Dr. Kathleen Noce, D.Ed.
Dr. Kathleen Noce is a senior lecturer in management information systems and e-business at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. She is also the director of Partnership Erie, an outreach center for the development, management, and marketing of websites and other technologies for nonprofit organizations. She has a master's degree in business administration and a doctorate in education. Previously Dr. Noce held both faculty and administrative positions at Mercyhurst College where she was the assistant to the president for technology and director of academic computing. She has held numerous management and leadership positions in information technology, computer-integrated manufacturing, and systems analysis and design.
Her research interests include Internet issues related to marketing, social concerns and e-commerce, information systems, and technological leadership. Her teaching interests are in website development, customer relationship management, e-business, management information systems, and leadership. Dr. Noce has consulting and teaching experience with a number of organizations in Pennsylvania.
Frank DeWolf, MBA
Frank DeWolf is a faculty member in the Sam and Irene Black School of Business at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, where he teaches supply chain management and ERP application courses. He is also the director of the ERP Center of Excellence (CoE), where he manages industry ERP initiatives along with ERP certification programs. Previous positions at Penn State Erie include director of the RFID CoE, chief operating officer at the Center for e-Business and Advanced Information Technology, and director of the Center for e-Commerce. Prior to joining Penn State, Frank held numerous management positions at GE Transportation Systems, including supply chain e-business leader, inventory control manager, manager of flow manufacturing, manager of manufacturing and sourcing systems, Six Sigma transactional quality manager, and ERP implementation program manager.