Dr. Joseph Morris
Ph.D., Accountancy, University of Mississippi, 1986
M.B.A., Business Administration., Arkansas State University, 1974
B.S., Management, Arkansas State University, 1973
Joseph L. Morris is an associate professor of accounting and coordinator of the Accounting Internship Program at Southeastern Louisiana University. He also serves as the NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative and a Board Member of University Facilities Incorporated. Dr. Morris primarily teaches Intermediate Accounting. He is a licensed CPA in Arkansas (currently inactive status).
"Business Etiquette and Professional Presence: Their Role in Managing Accounting Interns," Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 12 (4), (2012) 81-88, with W. Simpson and A. Bass.
"Business Etiquette and Professional Presence: What Interns Should Know," New Accountant (750) 2012.
"Does student work experience affect CPA firm recruiting decisions?" Accounting Educators' Journal, (Vol. 16, 2006), pp. 41-51, with S. Mauldin and B. Zachry.
"The change game: a review of FASB Statement No. 154," Journal of Accountancy, December 2005, pp.67-73.
"Student involvement in accounting organizations: the effect of CPA firm recruiting," Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, Volume 6, 2004, with S. Mauldin and J. Crain.
"Lessons learned from early 20th century accounting records: The rise and fall of a Mississippi lumber company," Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly, December 2001, pp. 459-474, with S. Mauldin.
"Operation of personal residence exclusion rules clarified in new proposed regulation," Journal of Taxation, March 2001, pp. 165-173, with W. Simpson.