Associate Professor Kerry Humphreys researches, teaches and designs curricula in strategic management accounting, and supervises Honours and Postgraduate research students. She is a Chartered Accountant, with a background in strategy and shareholder value consulting.
Kerry’s research investigates when managers make effective decisions incorporating strategy and performance information, and how new managers can learn to make better decisions using this information. This research has received external funding from local and international professional associations, and been recognised by the Accounting, Behavior and Organizations section of the American Accounting Association. She publishes in leading international academic journals, is an Editor of Accounting & Finance, serves on the Editorial Boards of Behavioral Research in Accounting and the Journal of Management Accounting Research, and served as Director of BizLab.
Her learning and teaching approach aims to empower business students to become effective decision makers, by delivering and sharing a 'strategy+numbers' approach. This approach is delivered in an active learning environment that fosters teamwork and critical thinking. Her approach has been recognised with multiple awards, including AFAANZ/Pearson Education Accounting/Finance lecturer of the year, Australian Learning & Teaching Council citation for outstanding contributions to student learning, two UNSW Vice-Chancellor’s awards for teaching excellence awards, and UNSW Business School team teaching awards. She serves on the Business School teamwork advisory panel.
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Learning and Teaching
- student learning
- learning and teaching curriculum design
- assessment and feedback
- convening a course
- integrating technologies into learning and teaching
- active learning spaces
Learning and Teaching Awards
- development of an application for a faculty learning and teaching award
- development of an application for a UNSW Award for Teaching
- development of an application for a national learning and teaching award
- feedback on a journal article
- establishing a research profile
- how to establish and build networks
- identifying leadership opportunities in learning and teaching, research and social engagement
- delivering teamwork-based teaching
Conditions for mentoring facilitation
- one-on-one mentoring
- 1-2 mentees at any stage
Academic level of potential mentees
- Lecturer B
- Lecturer C
Willing to mentor across disciplines.