FCCA MSc FHEA
Teresa has been lecturing at the university since 1999. Part-time since 2010, her teaching is now focused on taxation and financial reporting and that is where her research interests lie. Prior to lecturing, Teresa worked in finance and accounting roles within practice, industry and public sector. She is fortunate to have close links with an accounting practice enabling her to keep informed of current working practices and issues. Teresa has taught accounting related modules across undergraduate, post-graduate and professional courses, although the majority of her teaching is presently concentrated on the professional accountancy programmes.
Dobson, A.M. and Marsh, T.A. (2009) Learning the Law. Paper presented at the Newport Collaborative Partner Institute Conference 2009.
Parry, S.N., Bamber, M.A. and Marsh, T.A. (2009) Paper accepted at the C-SHEN conference, University of Cumbria.
Dobson, A.M. and Marsh, T.A. (2009) Learning the Law: phase 3. Paper accepted at the Keele Legal Education Conference 2009.
Dobson, A.M. and Marsh, T.A. (2009) Learning the Law: phase 2. Paper accepted at the Newport NEXUS Conference 2009.
Marsh, T.A., Gilbert, N.A. and Mbewe, J. (2008) Can creative accounting in assessment design pay out a dividend? Draft paper presented at the Newport Regeneration and Learning Conference.
Dobson, A.M. and Marsh, T.A. (2008) Submitted a successful bid for University Learning and Teaching funding to develop the ‘Learning the law’ research.
Dobson, A.M. and Marsh, T.A. (2008) Learning the Law: a pilot study examining challenges facing non-law students studying law. Newport CELT Journal, 1, pp. 23-28.
Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Expertise or Interest
Learning and Teaching, Taxation
University of Wales, Newport Learning and Teaching Grant
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