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Joe McCaffrey

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Professor

Philosophy
Managerial Studies

Main Campus
Ambrose Hall, AH300C
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803

563-333-6164
McCaffreyJosephA@sau.edu

Dr. Joseph McCaffrey has been associated with the MBA Program for over 40 years, teaching primarily in the areas of business ethics and leadership.

While at St. Ambrose, he has served as the Academic Dean as well as the Dean of the College of Business. Dr. McCaffrey has been the recipient of multiple teaching awards at St. Ambrose as well as nationally.

Dr. McCaffrey served as the President of Palmer Junior College and later was the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Palmer College of Chiropractic. He has served on multiple boards including the Iowa Board of Medical Examiners, Davenport School Board, Board of the Genesis Primary Care Residency Program, Board of Directors of Palmer College of Chiropractic, and the Eastern Iowa Community College Board. Dr. McCaffrey also served on the Ethics Committee and Institutional Review Committee at Genesis Hospital, and the Human Relations Commission and Civil Service Commission for the City of Davenport.

His professional publications have centered on applied ethics. Dr. McCaffrey has spoken at numerous events and consulted for a wide range of organizations.

 

Education and Training

PhD, The University of St. Thomas Aquinas ('Angelicum'), Rome, Italy

MA and Licentiate in Philosophy, Aquinas Institute of Philosophy, River Forest, Ill.

Master's, University of Iowa
Rehabilitation Counseling

BA, PhB, Aquinas Institute of Philosophy, River Forest, Ill.
Philosophy

 

Courses Taught

Phil 101: Introduction to Philosophy
Phil 217: History of Ancient Philosophy
Phil 305: Business Ethics
Phil 360: History of Medieval/Renaissance Philosophy
MBA 615: Ethical and Social Responsibility of Business
Leadership Through People Skills

 

Areas of Professional Interest

Classical Philosophy, Medieval/Renaissance Philosophy, Classical Mythology, Business Ethics, and Leadership Development