Fram, Eugene

During his 51 years at Rochester Institute of Technology, Dr. Eugene Fram taught thousands of undergraduate and graduate students; authored or coauthored more than 125 professional articles plus six books; and consulted with business/nonprofit organizations. He received three RIT awards for outstanding communications, teaching, and service to the University. Recently, an anonymous alumnus gifted RIT $3 million for the Eugene H. Fram Chair in Applied Critical Thinking.

The third, 2011, edition of his nonprofit governance book is Policy vs. Paper Clips: How Using the Corporate Model Makes a Nonprofit Board More Efficient and Effective.

Posts by Fram, Eugene

  • Are You Recruiting Board Directors with a 21st-Century Approach? (06.10.14 )

    By Eugene Fram, Professor Emeritus, Saunders College of Business, Rochester Institute of Technology The traditional nonprofit board skills grid can still be helpful in the twenty-first century. However, it needs to incorporate lifestyle and behavioral information for each board candidate, and a consulting board needs to be considered for many with work-family challenges. Considering directors’ […]

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