Dan Koloski

Professor of the Practice and Head of Learning Programs, Roux Institute at Northeastern University


Dan Koloski is the head of learning programs and professor of the practice in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University's Roux Institute. At the Roux Institute, Koloski carries administrative responsibility for all learning programs across degree and non-degree contexts. Professor Koloski's own teaching is in analytics and its applicability in business, and in addition to his work within various Northeastern degree programs, he works with the Roux partnerships team to develop and teach custom non-degree courses to partner employees.

Koloski joined Northeastern after spending over twenty years in the IT and software industry, working in both technical and business management roles across large and small companies. Most recently, Koloski was vice president of product management and business development at Oracle. Before Oracle, he was CTO and director of strategy of the web business unit at Empirix, which he helped spin out and sell to Oracle.

Koloski holds a bachelor’s from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.


MBA from Harvard University (2002)