St. Ambrose University
Ambrose Hall Room 313G
518 West Locust Street
Davenport, Iowa 52803
Mark Maltarich is an Assistant Professor of Management at St. Ambrose University. He received his PhD in Management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in June, 2009. Mark joined the faculty at St. Ambrose in the fall 2008.
Dr. Maltarich's research interests include motivation and goal setting, entrepreneurship, and employee selection. His work has been presented at annual meetings of the Academy of Management and the Association for Psychological Science. He is currently working on a research project exploring the role of intelligence in predicting job satisfaction and voluntary turnover.
Dr. Maltarich holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Northwestern University and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from DePaul University. His teaching interests include Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship.
Prior to pursuing doctoral studies, Dr. Maltarich was in retail management, employed by the Midwest's largest independent retailer of fine wine and spirits. He also worked in the health care industry, coordinating treatment for nursing home residents from community providers and multiple in-house departments.