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Academic promotions in the Bond Business School

Three Bond Business School staff were successful in the recent round of academic promotions at Bond University. These promotions are recognition of the significant contributions these individuals have made to their field and their demonstrated excellence in research, teaching and service.

The Faculty is pleased to announce the following promotions:

Dr James Routledge promoted to Associate Professor: A Level

Dr Routledge has extensive industry experience in banking and accounting, and is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA). He joined academia in 1996, and completed his doctoral research in 2000. His research interests include corporate insolvency and recovery, corporate governance, and earnings management. James currently teaches Financial Accounting, Accounting Theory and Research Methods at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Dr Anthony Erickson promoted to Associate Professor: B Level

Dr Erickson is the Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning. He completed his PhD on the topic on charismatic leader rhetoric and follower effects. His teaching areas are in leadership and management at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has been recognised with several awards in teaching including the Vice Chancellor’s Quality Award for Teaching Excellence.

Dr Rafi Chowdhury promoted to Associate Professor: B Level

Dr Chowdhury’s expertise is in marketing, particularly communication strategies and consumer ethics. He joined Bond in 2010 after previously having lectured at the University of Wollongong. He has a PhD in marketing from the University of Alberta and has received faculty level achievement awards for his research.

The Bond Business School would like to congratulate these academics who continue to enrich our students’ experience through their expertise.

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