Becky Bate

Becky Bate

    • United Kingdom

    Personal profile


    Becky joined Aston Business School as a Senior Teaching Fellow in August 2022, from her previous role as Associate Professor at Birmingham City University. She is currently Programme Director for the BSc Accounting and Finance, and co Learning and Teaching Director for the Accounting department. She is a qualified Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA), enjoying a career in both practice and industry settings prior to moving into education in 2005.

    Becky is an experienced teacher, holding roles across multiple sectors including professional training and Higher Education. She has held Programme Director and roles for undergraduate and professional courses throughout her career.

    Teaching Activity

    Teaching specialisms include management accounting, financial management and financial strategy. An experienced teacher, with a career in multiple education sectors, including both professional/executive training, and within Higher Education at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

    Research Interests

    Post-qualitative research

    Posthumanism and more-than-human studies

    Creative pedagogies

    Fugitive terms in Higher Education

    Belonging, community and mattering

    Generative AI in Higher Education

    Neurodiversity awareness and teaching practices to support neuroinclusivity

    Scholarship and Fellowship

    Doctoral student (EdD) researching multispecies/the more-than-human and posthumanism in the context of UK Business School education. Using post-qualitative enquiry as a generative approach to research. 

    Membership of Professional Bodies

    ACCA member

    HEA fellow

    Education/Academic qualification

    PG Cert, Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Birmingham City University

    Award Date: 30 Jun 2017

    MSc, ACCA professional qualification

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2005


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