College of Engineering & Architecture


Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute

Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute Fellows

Training Future Entrepreneurs

The Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute is made up of junior-level engineering and business students who are interested in technological entrepreneurship. The program aims to give students the tools and experiences they need to pursue their ideas.

A $3 million gift from the late Harold (BS EE 1948) and Diana Frank established the Frank program in the College of Engineering and Architecture, starting in 2004.

Program Overview

The three-semester program includes:

  • 3-Week Summer Program - Visit San Francisco, a center of innovation & product development
  • 12-Week Internship
  • Entrepreneurial Courses and Activities
  • "Technology Ventures" Course
  • WSU TEDx

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Further Information

Howard Davis, Director
PO Box 642713, Dana Hall 143
Pullman, WA 99164-2713
Tel: (509) 335-6834

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