Most full-time faculty have earned doctoral degrees, and just as many have real world experiences to bring to the classroom. Adjunct faculty are carefully selected based on their work experiences, enhancing the real-world perspectives in the classroom.
This blend of full-time and adjunct faculty creates a valuable synergism of theoretical and practical perspectives. While the focus is on student learning, having faculty members who are current and productive in their fields keeps everyone on the leading edge of learning.
Adjunct faculty teaching MBA courses
Teaches both undergraduate and graduate accounting courses as well as Leadership Through People Skills (LTPS).
Teaches finance and economics courses.
At St. Ambrose since 1991, Dr. Borst teaches courses about advertising and consumer behavior.
Focus is on accounting and finance for business majors and specifically the differences between IFRS and U. S. GAAP
Dept. Chair and Professor teaching a variety of general marketing courses.
Over the last 30 years, Dr. Collis has taught over 30 different undergraduate and graduate courses. Additionally, he's taught educational administration courses at the University of Iowa doctoral program.
His primary areas of teaching are Organizational Behavior and Leadership, International and Cross-Cultural Management, and Business Strategy.
Teaches Principles 1, Auditing, Advanced Accounting, Governmental Accounting (MAcc level)
Dr. Forret primarily teaches HR Management, Research Methods, and topics courses in Careers, Training & Development, and Organizational Culture.
Dr. Greenwald teaches DBA courses in the field of Organizational Behavior as well as Research Methods II and III. Her research interests are in work motivation.
Teaches Strategic Management at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Jerz specializes in manufacturing, engineering graphics, introduction to computer science and intermediate algebra.
Teaches undergraduate and MBA finance courses
Specializes in macroeconomics, financial economics, and environmental economics.
Areas of professional interest include financial accounting, management accounting, AIS, auditing.
Teaching interests include investment and portfolio analysis; corporate finance; financial institutions and markets.
Dr. McCaffrey teaches primarily in the areas of ancient and medieval/renaissance philosophy as well as business ethics.
Areas of professional interest include Arbitrage, Hedging & Risk Management, and Incomplete Markets
Dr. O'Connell has taught Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Culture; Conflict and Negotiation; Research Methods; and co-taught a special topics course on Careers.
Interested in market entry, growth strategies, and sustainable development.
Dr. Pillutla's teaching interests include Strategic Management & Business Policy, Organization Theory, and Comparative International Management.
Areas of professional interest include organizational development, conflict, leadership, small group dynamics, and business ethics.
Interested in advertising effectiveness and student engagement in higher education.
Teaches Finance and Economics
Areas of professional interest include taxation, forensic accounting, and behavioral accounting.
Specializes in the areas of industrial organization and public finance.