Earned both B.S. B.A. in Accounting and M.P.A. in Accounting from The University of
Nebraska Lincoln. Prior to taking a position at USD, I was an Assistant Professor
at Briar Cliff University. Prior to my academic career I was employed at Deloitte
and Touche in the Audit and Assurance Services. While at Deloitte and Touche, my
focuses were on the Insurance Industry and Higher Education compliance area.
My primary teaching interest is in financial accounting and auditing.
Research interests lie in the areas of Financial Accounting, IFRS, and Auditing.
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for
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of the faculty member or discipline.
- Ragothaman, Srinivasan, and Cornelsen, Erin. Characteristics of Firms with Material Weaknesses in Internal Control: An Empirical
Analysis. Edited by Samanthala Hettihewa and Christopher Wright, 63-72. Vol. 17, Iss. 4. Atlanta, Georgia: Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2017.
- Davies, Thomas L., Korte, Leon, and Cornelsen, Erin. Non-classroom Use of Presentation Software in Accelerated Classes: Student Use and
Perceptions of Value, 37-44 (SPring 2016). Vol. 12, Iss. One. Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 2016.
- Ragothaman, Srinivasan, and Cornelsen, Erin. An Empirical Analysis of Audit Committee Member Resignations Due to Policy Disputes
with the Management. Vol. 15-21. Vermillion: Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2015.
- Ragothaman, Srinivasan, Cornelsen, Erin, and Van Sloten, Paul. Good Corporate Governance and Firm Characteristics: An Empirical Analysis. Edited by Kent Tseng, 41-47. Vol. 7, Iss. 3. Taichung City, Taiwan: A.T. Business Management Review, 2011. (DOI: December 2011)