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Dr. Ron G. Cook, Professor, Entrepreneurial Studies Director, Rider Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Small Business Institute (SBI),


Dr. Ron G. Cook

Dr. Ron G. Cook


Dr. Ron Cook is a Professor and the Entrepreneurial Studies Program Director at Rider University, where he develops and teaches upper-level undergraduate and MBA courses in team-based small business consulting, entrepreneurship/small business, new venture planning and corporate entrepreneurship.  He directs Rider's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and heads Rider's Small Business Institute, where his student consulting teams have earned multiple national and regional awards for excellence.  Ron is a member, a Fellow, a Mentor, and past president of the Small Business Institute association.  He has published a number of award-winning articles on small business and entrepreneurship and was the recipient of Rider University's Distinguished Teaching Award.  He serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development and is also a member of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

Recent Articles By Dr. Ron G. Cook

Preparing Students for The Real World Through Experiential Learning  Experiential learning is a broad category that encompasses a range of learning activities from internships to consulting projects to student-run ventures.  It is considered more holistic than classroom-only instruction and helps bridge...