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.
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
Startup Weekend Spokane
Congratulations to our Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship students on their big win at Startup Weekend Spokane! They won the chance to present their plan to angel investors. Go Cougs!
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