Claire Cornell MA

Assistant Director of Entrepreneurship
Assistant Director of Family-Owned Business Institute
Applied Instructor of Management and Marketing Collins College of Business
Management and Marketing
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]


Claire Cornell works with undergraduate and graduate students interested in innovation and business creation. She serves as faculty mentor for the Love's Cup, which is a state-wide business plan competition. She is also the director of the Family-Owned Business Institute, which was formed in 1996 to assist family firms succeed into the next generation, by offering programs and services that address issues unique to family businesses and providing a forum for idea exchange and networking. She teaches management courses and organizes and executes the College's business ethics competition.

M.A., University of Rhode Island
B.A., Glassboro State College
Associates Degree, Gloucester County College

entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity

The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Conference Proceedings

Wood, Charles, Tracy Suter, and Claire Cornell. “10 Hands-on Class Exercises to Build Student Teams and Spark Creativity.” Venture Well Annual Conference Proceedings. Venture Well Annual Conference Proceedings 2017, 2017. Print.

Hawrylak, Peter et al. “HydroSense: A Self-Powered Wireless Device for Monitoring Water Usage in Hotel Showers.” Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 2015 IEEE. 2015. 314–320. Print.

Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Academy of Management

BUS 1001 Business Orientation and Planning For Success
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BUS 1013 Business and Society
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MGT 2043 The Entrepreneurship Startup
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MGT 4053 Entrepreneurship
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MGT 4143 Governors Cup Bus Plan (x-listed)
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MGT 6973 Seminar in Management
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MKTG 2013 Applied Creativity and Innovation
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