Mariah Webinger, Ph.D., CFE
Ph.D. University of Nebraska
M.S. University of Nebraska
B.S. University of Nebraska
Field(s) of Expertise
Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting
Dr. Webinger’s teaching interests include managerial and financial accounting. Her professional experience is in forensic accounting and, as such, investigative accounting and business ethics are personal teaching passions.
Dr. Webinger’s research interests include financial and managerial accounting topics, specifically in the banking sector. Her dissertation focused on incentives and disclosure in the financial industry during the credit crisis. She is also interested in forensic research techniques and is currently pursuing the combination of her professional experience with her academic training in her research.
Dr. Webinger received a Wasmer Research Grant in 2010 to develop a research proposal using forensic techniques to examine General Motors cash flows after the US Treasury loan in 2009.