Entrepreneur/Intrapreneur and International Consultant; Associate professor of engineering entrepreneurship at Pennsylvania State University at University Park
Frank T. Koe, Ph.D. is an experienced educator, entrepreneur/intrapreneur and international consultant.
His work has included serving as associate director of the W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs at the Stern School of Business, New York University; director of the Executive MBA program at New Jersey Institute of Technology; acting dean of the Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and vice president of Scalamandre, New York City. Frank is also active in his on-going business.
His publications include textbooks, chapter titles and journal articles. Currently, Frank is associate professor of engineering entrepreneurship at Penn State University at University Park.
Peace engineering education involves thoughtful integration of reflective, trans disciplinary skills, practicing these skills and developing systems thinking. This happens at different levels from intentional reflective adaptation of design thinking, practicing in communities of need with awareness and appreciation of local conditions; and learning systems through formal education pathways.