Sandra joined the School in 2004 after working as a casual tutor for several years. Her teaching experience covers financial accounting and auditing at undergraduate level, as well as accounting regulation at postgraduate level. Prior to her academic career, Sandra was employed in the private sector, working with a large chartered accounting firm and a large public company. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Sandra completed her Master of Commerce in 1999, and is currently engaged in doctoral research in the realm of internationalisation of accounting standards.
Cultural transitions: teaching, assessment and acknowledgement (with Louise C. Rossetto), Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2010)
This paper outlines the multi-strategy approach adopted in a post-graduate subject at an Australian university...
IFRIC 13: accounting for "customer loyalty programmes" (with Lee Moerman and Kathleen Rudkin), Accounting Research Journal (2010)
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present the views and challenges from a...
AASB138 Intangible Assets - The Bad Apple In The IFRS Barrel, Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2005)
Cultural transitions: teaching, assessment and acknowledgement practices for international students (with Louise C. Rossetto), 4th International Plagiarism Conference 2010: Towards an Authentic Future, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: nLearning Ltd (2010)
This paper outlines the multi-strategy approach adopted in a Masters level subject at an Australian...