Claire Latham teaches intermediate accounting, accounting information systems and internal control, and auditing at Washington State University-Vancouver, where she’s the Director of Assessment for the Carson College of Business and a Board Member of the President’s Teaching Academy.
Dr. Latham conducts research concentrated on efforts to enhance ethics training of students and professional accountants. Her work has been published in several journals, including the Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, the International Journal of Auditing, The Journal of Forensic Accounting: Auditing, Fraud, and Taxation, Issues in Accounting Education, Advances in Behavioral Accounting Research, and the Journal of Accounting Literature, and the Journal of Business Ethics.
Claire Latham established an assessment committee with representation from all CCB departments, earning her the Washington State University Carson College of Business’s Outstanding Faculty Service Award in 2018, and conducts workshops on public accounting ethics that support accounting scholarships. She’s been a reviewer for Advances in Accounting Education, Accounting Horizons, Business Ethics Quarterly, Issues in Accounting Education, Journal of Accounting Education, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Managerial Issues, American Accounting Association, and Western American Accounting Association.