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Bob Cook

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School of Business
rcook@marylhurst.edu

Education

MA, Interdisciplinary Studies, Marylhurst University

About

Bob has extensive business management experience, beginning as a store manager with the Kroger Company. After seven years as a store manager with Kroger, Bob went on to a twenty-year sales & marketing career that rose through the executive ranks in the motion picture industry. Following his sales & marketing career, Bob owned and managed Association & Conference Services (A&CS, Inc.) for nineteen years. A&CS provided management and administrative services to nonprofit organizations. He has been teaching at Marylhurst since 2007, and he retired from A&CS in 2011. Currently Bob is a management consultant with The Karsten Institute, which works with small to medium sized businesses in the areas of leadership and workforce development.

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September 03, 2015

Business Programs Information Session

Meet faculty and advisers from the School of Business in a small-group setting and learn about our accredited programs for working adults. We offe...

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September 16, 2015 – September 17, 2015

Medical Electronics Symposium

SMTA, INEMI, MEPTEC and OregonBio have joined forces to again host this international conference, focusing on advances in electronic technologies a...

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October 13, 2015

Marylhurst University Sustainability Advisory Council (MUSAC)

Monthly business meeting. Visitors welcome to attend. Agenda items may be submitted to the Advisory Council prior to the meeting. The Council's mi...

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