Professor Barbara Flood Acting Dean for DCU Business School
DCU Business School is delighted to announce Prof Barbara Flood as their Acting Executive Dean. Taking over from Prof Anne Sinnott who was appointed as the new Deputy President of DCU, Prof Flood brings a wealth of experience to the role.
A Professor of Accounting at DCU Business School, she is a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland, having completed her professional training with KPMG. Her principal research explores students’ learning approaches and learning experiences in higher education and in the professional accounting context and she is Joint Editor of ‘Accounting Education’.
Prof Flood has also held the role of Deputy Dean in DCU Business School for a number of years.
Speaking of the announcement Prof. Flood commented “I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead DCU Business School and I look forward to working with staff, students and stakeholders to deliver the School’s strategic teaching, research and engagement activities in the months ahead.”
The Faculty and staff at DCU Business School extend their congratulations to Barbara as she takes up this new role.
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