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Dr Len Therry

Dr Len Therry Phd, FCPA is a Lecturer in the Commerce Program at the School of Business and Law.  His office is at Joondalup Campus.

Availability

Len is available for student consultation Tuesdays in his office at Joondalup Campus from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and on Fridays at Mt Lawley Campus (Building 3 Room 260) from 9.30am to 12.30pm during the teaching weeks of semester 1, 2017.

Current Teaching

  • Financial Reporting Standards
  • Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Second year accounting major unit in the Master of Professional Accounting

Background

Len has nearly thirty years tertiary teaching experience and is a Fellow of CPA Australia. He has a background in both education and accounting practice.

Professional Associations

  • CPA Australia, Fellow

Awards and Recognition

  • 2016 - ECU Commerce Discipline Award
  • 2006 - School of Accounting, Finance and Economics (ECU) – Outstanding Contribution to the School

Research Areas

  • Accounting Education
  • Social Semiotics
  • Accounting Education Research

Other Interests

  • Collector of safety pins and buttons (over 1000)

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Murdoch University.
  • Grad Dip of Education, Western Australian Institute of Technology, 1999.
  • Bachelor of Business, Western Australian Institute of Technology, 1999.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Journal Articles

  • Bunney, D., Therry, L., (2015), Evaluation of a Whole-of-Program Approach to Embedding Employability Skills in a Post Graduate Accounting Program. International Journal of Art and Commerce, 4(8), 1-12, United Kingdom, Centre for Enhancing Knowledge.
  • Bunney, D., Therry, L., (2013), A Collaborative and Consultative Approach to Embedding Employability Skills Across the Curriculum. International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 2(4), 103-115, Birmingham, UK, Center for Enhancing Knowledge, UK.
  • Smith, M., Therry, L., Whale, J., (2012), Developing a model for identifying students at risk of failure in a first year accounting unit. Higher Education Studies, 2(4), 91-102, Canada, Canadian Center of Science and Education.
  • Therry, L., (2012), Thematic Development in Introducing Students to the Language of Accounting: Five Minutes in One Accounting Lecture. International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 1(4), 202-219, Birmingham, UK, Center for Enhancing Knowledge, UK.
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