Peter Cronrath

Assistant Professor, Business | Coordinator, BCH Assessment

Peter Cronrath
Culinary Conference Center, Room 222E
Journal Square Campus

Ph.D., Management, Leadership and Organization Change, Walden University
M Phil Management, Walden University
M.B.A., Montclair State University
B.A., Economics, Minor Cognitive Science, Rutgers University, Rutgers College

Certification: Hotel Operations, New York University.

Classes: Business; Culinary Arts; Economics; Hospitality Management; Management; and Supply Chain Management.

Before coming to HCCC in 2015, Dr. Cronrath was a business consultant for 18 years, and taught for eight years at two proprietary colleges in New York City. He serves on several local boards and volunteers with organizations to create positive social change in the community.

Dr. Cronrath was responsible for redesigning and updating the College’s Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, and Marketing curricula. He co-authored a grant to install the state-of-the-art Bloomberg Finance Lab, and serves as a faculty mentor and advisor for the Goldman Sachs Local College Collaborative program, the NJC4 Case Competition (held by Rutgers University), and the Horizon BC/BS Transformational Case Challenge – programs which reflect student success through experiential experiences. He also serves on several college committees.

In 2018, Dr. Cronrath received a National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Award for Teaching Excellence while presenting at the annual conference. His research interests involve training and development, improving methods to develop self-efficacy, and the impact of leadership on institutional effectiveness.