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About Junnan Cui

Junnan Cui, assistant professor of business administration - accounting, earned her Ph.D. in accounting from the University of North Texas. Before starting her doctoral study, Cui worked at a public accounting firm for years. She earned her CPA license in the state of Illinois and received her M.S. in Accounting and B.A. in Business English. Her primary areas of teaching include auditing and managerial accounting.

Scholarship and research interests

Cui's research has primarily focused on auditor and juror judgment and decision-making. Her dissertation focuses on jurors’ assessments of audit negligence in light of auditors’ use of a new technology. She has presented her paper that examines the effects of worked-examples and the use of communication technology on auditors’ skeptical judgments at the 2020 AAA AIS/SET Midyear Meeting.


Actively involved in service to the profession, Cui has served as a reviewer and moderator for the American Accounting Association (AAA) at annual and regional meetings. She believes that participating in these events enhances her teaching quality and she finds opportunities for research as well as outlets for professional expertise.

Cui is a member of the AAA, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and The American Institute of CPAs.

Education

B.A., Xi’an International Studies University
M.S., Texas A&M University-Commerce
Ph.D., University of North Texas

Courses taught
ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 418 Auditing
About
About Junnan Cui

Junnan Cui, assistant professor of business administration - accounting, earned her Ph.D. in accounting from the University of North Texas. Before starting her doctoral study, Cui worked at a public accounting firm for years. She earned her CPA license in the state of Illinois and received her M.S. in Accounting and B.A. in Business English. Her primary areas of teaching include auditing and managerial accounting.

Scholarship and research interests

Cui's research has primarily focused on auditor and juror judgment and decision-making. Her dissertation focuses on jurors’ assessments of audit negligence in light of auditors’ use of a new technology. She has presented her paper that examines the effects of worked-examples and the use of communication technology on auditors’ skeptical judgments at the 2020 AAA AIS/SET Midyear Meeting.


Actively involved in service to the profession, Cui has served as a reviewer and moderator for the American Accounting Association (AAA) at annual and regional meetings. She believes that participating in these events enhances her teaching quality and she finds opportunities for research as well as outlets for professional expertise.

Cui is a member of the AAA, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and The American Institute of CPAs.

Education

B.A., Xi’an International Studies University
M.S., Texas A&M University-Commerce
Ph.D., University of North Texas

Courses
Courses taught
ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 418 Auditing
Junnan Cui
Junnan Cui
Assistant Professor of Business Administration-Accounting
Emailjunnan.cui@snc.edu
Programs Accounting
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