Dr. Joseph Morris

Dr. Joseph MorrisDegrees:

Ph.D., Accountancy, University of Mississippi, 1986 
M.B.A., Business Administration., Arkansas State University, 1974 
B.S., Management, Arkansas State University, 1973

 

Brief bio:

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).

 

Selected publications:

"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.