Delon Chai Wei How

Academic Qualifications

Master of Business Administration (Finance)
Open University Malaysia | 2015

Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Accounting & Finance)
Curtin University | 2009

Office No.

+60 85 630100 ext. 2739

Room No.

No. 13, Row 1

Employment History

  1. Lecturer
    Department of Foundation Studies
    Faculty of Business
    Curtin University Malaysia
    2012 – Present
  2. Senior Finance Officer
    Highline Shipping Sdn Bhd (A member of Hubline Berhad)
    2011 – 2012
  3. Finance and Administration Supervisor
    Dai Lieng Machinery Sdn Bhd
    2009 – 2011
  4. Trainee Accounts Executive
    Samling Housing Products Sdn Bhd
    2009

Professional Affiliations

  1. Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) UK – Since 2019
  2. Member of the Malaysian Institute of Management (MMIM) – Since 2015

Units Taught

  1. Economics 062
    Semester 2, 2012 to present
  2. Business Statistics 061
    Semester 1, 2015 to present
  3. Commerce Mathematics 061
    Semester 2, 2012 to Semester 2, 2014
  4. MGMT 2004 Sustainable Event Development
    Semester 2, 2019
  5. MGMT 1002 Communication, Culture and Indigenous Perspectives in Business
    Semester 1, 2020

Research Interests

Higher education teaching, Economics

Teaching Awards

Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Faculty of Business, Curtin University
Semester 1, 2017

Student’s Choice Award
Curtin University
Year 2013 to 2017

Conference Proceedings

Chai, W.H. “Customer perceptions and factors affecting adoption of internet banking in Miri, Sarawak”, One Curtin International Postgraduate Conference 2018: Innovation in Science, Engineering and Technologies, 26-28 November 2018, Miri, Malaysia.

Phua, S.H., Chai, W.H., Tan, S.S., “Comparison of effectiveness between teacher-centered and student-centered approaches in teaching Commerce Mathematics: A case study of foundation studies in Curtin University Malaysia” One Curtin International Postgraduate Conference 2018: Innovation in Science, Engineering and Technologies, 26-28 November 2018, Miri, Malaysia.

Published Works

The Borneo Post – “Does GDP capture a country’s social well-being, human progress?” by Delon Chai Wei How, Jun. 4, 2019, p.9.

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