Dr. Howard FrederickDr. Howard Frederick

Professor

After earning his bachelors degree at Stanford University, Dr. Howard Fredrick received his master's degree from San Francisco State University and his Ph.D. in International Economics and Relations from The American University. A recognized multilingual authority in the fields of business entrepreneurship and innovation, economic development, new technologies and sustainability, Prof. Frederick researches and teaches entrepreneurship, incubation, social development, climate change entrepreneurship, and strategy at Plymouth State University. He is the author of 197 journal articles and books with 20+ years experience in teaching, executive education, research business development, entrepreneurship and multimedia communications and 15 years experience as a company director. He has owned four businesses and received over $1,000,000 in external grant funding. He is a motivated researcher and practitioner whose expertise encompasses the private and public sectors within Mexico, Australia, Samoa, Tonga, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Hungary, Germany, Austria, Brazil, Ecuador, and Colombia. Dr. Howard Frederick is a dynamic teacher with high student evaluations, whose keen insight of worldwide markets, economic trends and political climates, inspires students to successfully enter the global marketplace.

Credentials

  • Stanford University Bachelors degree, San Francisco State University Masters degree, & Ph.D. in International Economics and Relations from The American University
  • Recognized multilingual authority in the fields of business entrepreneurship and innovation, economic development, new technologies and sustainability
  • Author of 197 journal articles and books
  • 20+ years experience in teaching, executive education, research business development, entrepreneurship and multimedia communication
  • 15 years experience as a company director and owner of 4 businesses
  • Received over $1,000,000 in external grant funding
  • Researcher and practitioner whose expertise encompasses the private and public sectors within Mexico, Australia, Samoa, Tonga, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Hungary, Germany, Austria, Brazil, Ecuador, and Colombia