Don Trow Visiting Fellowship
The Don Trow Visiting Fellowship funds short-term visiting researchers who contribute to the Centre’s high-quality research in the field of accounting.
The purpose of the Don Trow Visiting Fellowships is to foster and develop accounting research of the highest quality at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
The Wellington School of Business and Government strives to become New Zealand's premier centre for accounting research, conducting research of benefit to the local, national and international business, and professional communities.
The Visiting Fellowship scheme is designed to ensure that funds are available to secure a continuing (annual) flow of short-term visiting researchers of excellent standing who will stimulate new research initiatives, work with staff members on their existing research projects, and engage/interact with the wider business and professional communities.
Giving to the Don Trow Endowment Fund
The Fund was established to honour Professor Don Trow’s contribution to Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington. It recognises his wide-ranging achievements and the esteem in which he was held by his colleagues, students and more broadly by the School of Accounting and Commercial Law.
The Visiting Fellowships programme aims to develop accounting research within the school by ensuring a regular flow of visiting accounting researchers who will inspire new initiatives, work alongside staff on their existing projects and stimulate networking with the broader business and professional communities. The Visiting Fellow also links to the business and public sector communities by presenting public seminars on recent developments in research on and practice of accounting.
With your support, we can increase the amount of research and activity in the School of Accounting and Commercial Law resulting in improved undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and courses, and ultimately leading to higher calibre accounting graduates.
Your gift to the Don Trow Endowment Fund can help to ensure that funds are available to allow the Visiting Fellowship programme to continue in perpetuity.
If you would like to make a donation to the Don Trow Endowment Fund or if you would like to know more, please contact Ange Scott in the Development Office on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +64 463 5713
Main sponsors of the Don Trow Visiting Fellowship
The Wellington City Council and the School of Accounting and Commercial Law are the main sponsors of the Fellowship.
Don Trow Visiting Fellows over the years
We thank the academics below for spending time at the Wellington School of Business and Government as a Don Trow Visiting Fellow.
KPMG Distinguished Professor of Accounting at Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Sir John Bunting Chair of Public Administration at the Australian National University
Distinguished Professor of Management, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Davis, USA
Thomas F. Keller Professor of Accounting, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, USA
Professor of Accounting, Keith Anderson Professorship in Business, Rice University, Texas, USA
Professor of Accounting, Center for Accounting Research and Education, University of Notre Dame, USA
Professor of Accounting, Aston University, United Kingdom
Professor of Accounting, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Professor of Accounting, University of Queensland, Australia and Adjunct Professor, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
Professor and Director of the Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government and the Centre for Local Government at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Professor of Management and Public Management, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Professor of Accounting, Manchester Business School, UK
Professor of Accounting, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Professor of Accounting, University of Cambridge, UK
Professor of Management Accounting, Loughborough University, UK
Thomas E. McKee
Professor of Accounting, East Tennessee State University, USA
Professor of Management Accounting, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
Professor of Accounting, University of Manchester, UK