Trish Strong

Lecturer, PASS Co-ordinator (Accounting)

School of Accounting - BSc (Hons), Queen's University Belfast | MBA, Curtin | PhD UNSW | CPA | CMA | MAICD


Dr Strong's research has focused on the emergence of integrated reporting. In particular, the examination of the key issues and influences that have led to the integrated reporting agenda. Her PhD study examined the advances in extended reporting tools and practices i.e. sustainability reporting and the global reporting initiative (GRI); actor network influences; and regulatory initiatives which have shaped this embryonic field. Her other research includes global governance, management accounting technologies and qualitative research methods, including netnographical studies. Trish also has expertise in large class teaching practices and has researched in enhancing student learning and engagement.​​

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About Trish 

Patricia (Trish) Strong joined the school of Accounting as a lecturer in July 2008 from the University of Sydney. Trish has lectured in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia at post-graduate and undergraduate levels. Her teaching expertise spans a number of teaching modes including small and large group face-to-face teaching, online and the "flipped classroom." Currently Trish lectures in E-Business Strategy and Processes an advanced accounting elective for undergraduate and post graduate students and in the School's Honours Program on Qualitative Research methods. Previously Trish was Lecturer-in-Charge of the 1st year core accounting introductory unit of study.

Her research interests are in integrated reporting; sustainability reporting; global governance; management accounting technologies; qualitative and netnographical research methods and accounting education - specifically enhancing student learning and engagement.

Prior to her academic career, Trish had 20 years of business experience in roles which involved using her accounting and systems skills to carry out business process re-engineering, designing and implementing change programs.​​