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Dr Stacey Noble

Teaching Fellow

The Management School



My Role

Part 1 Academic Tutor

Academic Employability Champion 

FASS-LUMS Research Ethics Committee


Research overview

Stacey is interested in critical accounting/accounting education research, which is the focus of her current working papers. 

Current Teaching

I am the module director for Ac.F150 Professional Skills, Ac.F351a Year 2 Career Skills in Accounting and Finance and Ac.F351b Career Skills in Accounting and Finance. I am also tutoring on Ac.F213M/L Management Accounting for Business Decisions and Ac.F211 Accounting Information Systems and Auditing. 


Masters in Education - University of the Highlands and Islands (enrolled)

PgCert in Academic Practice - Lancaster University (2020)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2018)

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2017)

PhD in Accounting (2016) - Strathclyde University

PgCert in Research Methodology in Business and Management (2009) - Strathclyde University

BA (Hons) in Accounting, 1st Class (2008) - Strathclyde University

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Stacey joined the department in October 2016, having previously worked in lecturing roles at Strathclyde University, City of Glasgow College and Edinburgh College. She teaches across various accounting modules and also acts as the Part I Academic Tutor, Academic Employability Champion and serves on the FASS-LUMS Research Ethics Commitee. In April 2018, Stacey won the Deans Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Student Experience (Academic Staff).