Susan Lanham

Biography

Susan Lanham received her PhD in Advanced Accounting at NorthCentral University in 2013. She has been the Committee Chair for Program Review Committee of Graduate Council since 2018 and a Committee Member of the Legislative Affairs Committee since 2018. Her work has been published in journals such as American Journal of Business. Susan received the Robert Bruce Hayes Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Lewis College of Business in 2019 and was a Finalist for the Pickens Queen Teaching Award from Marshall University in 2016. She currently is the Officer and Treasurer at Maplewood Maintenance Association. Her community service consists of being the Hospital Coordinator and Sunday School Teacher at St. John United Methodist Church and being a Volunteer for United Way.

PhD, Advanced Accounting, NorthCentral University, 2013
MBA, International Business, Salem International University, 2007
BBA, Finance and Business Law, Marshall University, 1994
Robert Bruce Hayes Award for Excellence in Teaching, Lewis College of Business, April 2019
Lanham, S. H. (2019). Analyzing big data with Benford’s law: A lesson for the classroom. American Journal of Business, 12(2), 33-42.
ACC 215: Accounting Principles
ACC 364: Forensic & Investigative Accounting
ACC 440: Accounting Analytics
ACC 510: Survey of Accounting
ACC 617: Advanced Controllership
ACC 640: Forensic Accounting Civil Litigation
Officer, Treasurer, Maplewood Maintenance Association, January 2018 to Present
Officer, Treasurer, Maplewood Maintenance Association, June 2014 to Present
Hospitality Coordinator, St. John United Methodist Church, October 2012 to July 2018
Volunteer, United Way, June 2016 to May 2018
Sunday School Teacher, St. John United Methodist Church, June 2015 to August 2017