Frank Farinella

Alger Hall (ALG) 230
(401) 456-8704

Academic Background

Ed.D., Boston University, Education / Organization Development / Work Design

Ed.M., Boston University, Education / Business

B.S., Stonehill College, Business Administration

Babson College, Graduate Program in Management

Harvard University, Social Relations


Dr. Farinella has over forty years of diverse professional experiences in public and private sector organizations active in instruction, program development, organization development, work process improvement, planning, grant writing and action research. Higher education experiences include strategic planning and administration (Northeastern University); research project management (Boston University) and instruction (Rhode Island College).

Courses Taught

CTE 201 Principles&Practices,Career&TE
CTE 203 Organizing Career&Tech Ed Prog
CTE 300 Meth of Teach Career&Tech Educ
CTE 302 Curric Construction:CTE
CTE 323 Internship in CTE
CTE 481 Prof Development Projects
CURR 480 Workshop
MGT 341 Business, Government & Society
TECH 421 Student Teaching Tech Educ
TECH 422 Student Teaching Sem Tech Edu
TECH 480 Workshop
TECH 520 Curriculum Models In Tech Edu
TECH 561 Research in Technology Educati
TECH 562 Research in Technology Educati
TECH 571 Prob Solving & Critical Think
TECH 590 Directed Study (Capstone)

Office Hours

Spring 2017
Thursday 1 -3:00 pm
Friday 10:45 -11:15 am

Semester Schedule

Spring 2017
  • MGT 301 03 LEC Foundations of Management 9:00AM 11:50AM F Alger 107

  • MGT 301 04 LEC Foundations of Management 12:00PM 2:50PM F Alger 107

  • MGT 335 01 LEC Process Management 6:00PM 8:50PM Th Alger 103

  • MGT 341 03 LEC Business, Government & Society 4:00PM 5:20PM TuTh Alger 107

Teaching Areas

Graduate (curriculum principles and development)
Undergraduate (applied learning)

School of Management:
Management and Marketing

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