Jeff Lowenthal is an assistant professor of entrepreneurial and management studies at Northeastern State University. He
earned a PhD in business administration and education from the University of Toledo, granted in 1990, and completed
postgraduate studies in law from the University of Detroit. He holds a B.S. and an M.A. from Michigan State University.
Lowenthal’s research interests include entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurship and organizational design targeted
at small to medium organizations (i.e., core competencies, leadership, technological strategy and visions within these types
of companies). Being new to NSU and as full-time faculty (as of January 2005), he taught Principles of Entrepreneurship, New
Venture Creation and two other general management courses. Prior to joining NSU, he founded four companies and harvested
three for gain. Lowenthal has also authored four books.
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