Professor of Engineering, and Barrett Hazeltine University Professor of Entrepreneurship and Organizational Studies; Academic Director of the Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship program, co-Director of PRIME at Brown University.
Courses: ENGN 2150 and ENGN 2160 Technology & Commercialization I & II, and also ENGN 2980 Breakthrough Technologies.
Angus Kingon is a Professor of Engineering, and Barrett Hazeltine University Professor of Entrepreneurship and Organizational Studies. He is the Academic Director of the Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (COE) program, and the co-Director of PRIME. Previously, he taught entrepreneurship at North Carolina State University. He specializes in the pedagogy of entrepreneurship education and has supported the establishment of technology entrepreneurship programs in other major universities in the USA, as well as in the UK, Portugal, Slovenia, Korea, Ireland, and South Africa. Recently, he co-founded the new Brown-IE Executive MBA Program.
Professor of Engineering, co-Director of PRIME and co-Director Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (COE).
Courses: ENGN 2110 and ENGN 2120 Business Engineering Fundamentals I & II
Professor Suuberg is a co-founder and co-Director of PRIME. He has been a faculty member of the School of Engineering at Brown since 1981. He was a founding member of Brown's Chemical Engineering program, and more recently the COE Program. He earned an Sc.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT and also an ScM in Marketing from MIT's Sloan School of Management. Professor Suuberg is the Americas editor of the journal, "Fuel". He is a registered professional engineer and consultant in the energy and environmental fields. He is the associate director of the Brown Superfund Research Program, in which his lab examines the properties of high molecular weight organic pollutants and the process of vapor intrusion.
Adjunct Faculty, Private Investor and Asset Manager
Courses: ENGN 2130 and ENGN 2140 Innovation & Technology Management I & II
Professor Petteruti is currently a Private Investor and Asset Manager. He previously served as President, Director, and a major shareholder of Comtec Information Systems, Inc. Additionally, he was the Vice President of Zebra Technologies, and General Manager of the Mobile Printer Division. He was a co-founder of Infoplus, Inc., a publisher of technology-enhanced yellow page directories. Professor Petteruti received his Sc.B in Applied Mathematics Economics from Brown University and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. He developed and now teaches the PRIME courses, Innovation and Technology Management I and II.
Director of IE Brown Executive MBA Program
Lecturer in the School of Engineering
Course: ENGN 2180 Globalization Immersion Experience & Entrepreneurship Laboratory
Professor McHugh is the Director of the IE Brown Executive MBA program and lecturer in the School of Engineering. He has over 25 years of industry experience with technology companies, including executive roles at three venture-backed firms selling data security solutions. Earlier initiatives include building a call center automation services practice for GTE and an on-line financial services offering while at IBM Credit Corp. He is the recipient of two patents in the area of call center automation and holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in materials engineering from Columbia University, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and a Ph.D. (ABD) in business from Bentley University. His research interests are in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship, and social networks.
Professor Warshay has devoted his career to building, managing and harvesting high-growth entrepreneurial ventures. He is the founder and managing director of DEW Ventures, a portfolio of high-growth startups. In addition to his teaching entrepreneurial finance and Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization in PRIME, he teaches in the COE Program at Brown and in the MBA program at Tel Aviv University, and leads entrepreneurship and innovation workshops around the world including in China, Egypt, and Portugal. In 2011 Brown awarded Danny the first ever Nathalie Rutherford Pierrepont Prize for Leadership, Career Advising, and Motivation. He received an A.B. in History from Brown University, and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Donald L. Stanford
Donald Stanford is a founding member of GTECH Corporation and currently serves as its Chief Innovation Officer and Technology Fellow. Don earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations in 1972 and a Master's in Computer Science/Applied Mathematics in 1977 from Brown University. Don serves on several boards including Times Squared Academy Charter School, Spectra Systems and the Business Innovation Factory. Don is a member of the R.I. Science and Technology Advisory Council. In 2001 Don was appointed Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Brown University and has been teaching undergraduates since 2002. He serves on the Brown advisory councils to the President and the School of Engineering. In 2002 he received the Brown Graduate School's Distinguished Graduate award.
Jon Cohen co-founded Newport Hotel Group in 1993 and is responsible for its general management, including oversight of all facets of hotel operations, interfacing with management and human resources teams, and development of corporate strategy. Prior to Newport Hotel Group, Jon worked as a real estate attorney for the law firm of Schulte, Roth & Zabel, LLP in New York City, where he specialized in restructuring of distressed real estate. He also worked as a financial analyst in the New York office of Merrill Lynch & Co., rotating through the equity analysis, mezzanine finance, and internal corporate profit-modeling groups. Jon earned a J.D. with Honors from Duke University School of Law in 1992 and is a 1987 graduate of Brown University, where he received his B.A. in Business Economics. He is licensed to practice law in the states of Massachusetts and New York. He served on the Planning Board for the City of Newport and is a former Trustee of the Newport International Film Festival.