Accounting PhD Students

The accounting program at Morgan is accredited by the AACSB. We offer undergraduate, Masters and PhD programs in accounting. On average, the accounting PhD program takes five years to complete. For more information about the accounting PhD program at Morgan State University, please contact Dr. Leyland Lucas, the PhD program coordinator, at Leyland.Lucas@morgan.edu.

 

Our current accounting PhD students are below:

Musab Ababneh

Musab Ababneh

Email

muaba1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A. 2010, Morgan State University

B. Applied Chemistry 2002, Jordan University of Science & Technology.

Course Taught

ACCT 201-Principles of Accounting I

Research Interests

Earnings management, stock valuation, audit reports

Publications

Ababaneh, M. & Tang, A. (2013). Market reaction to health care law: An event study. International Journal of Accounting & Financial Reporting, 3, 1, 108-127.

Ababneh, M. & Austin, N. (2012). M&D Inc. in the governmental sector: A marketing case. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 18, 7, 95-103.


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Olukemi Fasipe 

Email

olfas6@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A. 2010, Georgia Southern University

H.N.D. Accountancy 2004, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria

B.Sc. Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 

Course Taught

ACCT 201-Principles of Accounting I

Research Interests

Financial accounting and corporate governance

Publications

Queen, P. E. and Fasipe, O.O. 2012. Does operational structure matter? A study of centralized versus decentralized business models. Academy of Business Research Conference, New Orleans.


Henry Kimani Mburu

 Henry Kimani Mburu, CPA

Email

hembu1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M. Sc. Applied Science 1995 , Kenyatta University, Kenya

B. Ed. Science 1990, Kenyatta University, Kenya

Course Taught

ACCT 202-Principles of Accounting II

Research Interests

Earnings Management and Executive Compensation

Publications

Auditing receivables at Affiliated International University (AIU) (co-authored with Nathan Austin) presented at AAA Mid-Atlantic Conference April 18-20, 2013, NJ.

Public budgeting, a challenge for development in Africa: Evidence from Kenya – Presented at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa 2nd International Interdisciplinary Annual Conference June 25-29, 2013, Nairobi.

In an iron cage or a spider’s web?  National entrapment and firm performance (co-authored with D. Zoogah).  Presented at Academy of Management Conference August 9-13, 2013, FL.


Ayishat Omar 

 Ayishat Omar

Email

ayishat.omar@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A. 2012, Morgan State University

Bachelor of Science, Economics 2005, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.

Course Taught

 Research Interests

Financial Accounting

Publications

Keys, P., Omar, Ayishat, and Orimoloye, Y. (2012). Ownership and Governance in Firms with Restatement Irregularities. A Pre- and Post-Sarbanes-Oxley Comparison. presented at the Washington Business Research Forum. 


Yetunde

Yetunde Hannah Orimoloye 

Email

yeori1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A. 2012, Morgan State University

B. Sc. Finance 2010 , Morgan State University

Course Taught

 

Research Interests

Auditing, Corporate Governance

Publications

Omar, Ayishat, Keys, P. and Orimoloye, Y. (2012). Ownership and Governance in Firms with Restatement Irregularities. A Pre- and Post-Sarbanes-Oxley Comparison. presented at the Washington Business Research Forum. 


 Genese Rogers

Genese Rogers

Email

gerog1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

 

Course Taught

 

Research Interests

 

Publications

 


Chelsea Schrader

Chelsea  L. Schrader 

Email

chwas12@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A. 2011, Frostburg State University

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 2010, Frostburg State University.

Course Taught

 Research Interests

Earnings management, tax accounting and forensic accounting

Publications

Kentrus, R., McClellan, J. L., Wassell, C., & Anderson, M. (2012). Onboarding new faculty through group mentoring based on action learning, group mentoring circles, and communities of practice. Workshop presented at the SEINFORMS Regional Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

 


Delvin

Delvin Seawright 

Email

desea1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

B.Sc. Accounting 1998, Spring Hill College.

 Course Taught

ACCT 201-Principles of Accounting I

Research Interests

Corporate Governance, Financial Accounting, Accounting Ethics. 

Publications

 Seawright, D. (2013) Overcomeing internal audit issues with professionalism and inegrity. Journal of Business Cases and Applications, Vol. 7. 

 


Shiyaam Thiruvadi

Shiyaam Thiruvadi

Email

shthi1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

M.B.A 2011

Course Taught

ACCT 201-Financial Accounting I

Research Interests

Auditing; Accounting Information Systems.

Publications

 


Raymond Kitson-Walters

Raymond Kitson-Walters    

Email

rakit1@morgan.edu

Degree(s) 

 

Course Taught

 

Research Interests

 

Publications