Frank Millero III
Adjunct Associate Professor
Frank Millero is a designer, educator, and consultant working at the intersection of science, art, design, and culture. Throughout his career, Frank has championed sustainable thinking and practices at corporations, non-profits, and educational institutions.
Frank started his career as a life sciences exhibit & program developer at the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco. Since completing his Industrial Design graduate studies in 2003, he has worked as a product designer, fair trade advocate, sustainability consultant, and adjunct professor.
He currently teaches IND 487 and 687 Sustainability & Production. This course explores the environmental and social impacts of industrial production, introducing research tools and strategies for innovation. The course models an interdisciplinary approach, integrating historical, scientific, economic, social, and cultural perspectives.
Frank also serves as the Departmental Sustainability Coordinator for Industrial Design. In this role, he advises faculty and students to help them integrate sustainability into their courses and projects.
B.A. Molecular Cell Biology, University of California at Berkeley
M.I.D., Pratt Institute