Dr. Ling Harris received her Master and Ph.D. in Accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests include judgment and decision making of managers and investors, management's strategic behavior, linguistic features in corporate reporting, and financial reporting. Dr. Harris' research has been accepted for publication in Accounting, Organizations and Society and Contemporary Accounting Research, among others. Dr. Harris has taught financial accounting courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in both face-to-face and online formats. Previously, she taught at the University of Illinois and the University of South Carolina. She was on the list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students university-wide at the University of Illinois and won the Alfred G. Smith teaching award at the Moore School of Business in the University of South Carolina. Dr. Harris teaches financial accounting to MBA students at the College of Business (CoB) in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was nominated in 2021 for the CoB Distinguished Teaching Award.
Financial Acccounting: Intermediate II (ACCT 314) - continuation of Intermediate I (ACCT 313) with emphasis on contemporary accounting theory and practice regarding long-term liabilities, corporate equities, and problem areas under study by professional accounting organizations.
Financial Acccounting (GRBA 809) - Understands financial reporting system. Interprets a company's financial information and assesses the company’s financial strength and viability.