Theodore Katerinakis

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Theodore Katerinakis

Office: 306 PSA
Phone: 215.895.2890


  • Ptychion (4-year), Applied Informatics, Athens University of Economics & Business, 1993.  Thesis: Multiple Criteria Decision Aid & Multiple Criteria Decision Making
  • MSc, Communication Science, Drexel University, 2009.  Katerinakis, T. A. MS Portfolio in Social Networks, Ethics, and International Negotiations available in Drexel Hagerty Library at, 2010.

Research Interests

  • Aviation Communication, Language and Conversation Analysis in Air Traffic Management
  • Social Network Analysis and Community Transactional Ethics
  • Information Theory and Systems Analysis, Document Value and Workflow
  • Social Economy, Cooperative Banking, Regional & Island Economics and Development
  • Science, Language and Software Translation/Localization/Popularization, Greek Etymology and Terminology
  • Human Resources Training, Recruiting & Evaluation


Born in Chania, in the island of Crete, Greece, studied information science in Athens University of Economics & Business, and served also as a researcher, tutor and editorial coordinator. Attended scientific and postgraduate courses in NRCPS Demokritos and Technical University of Crete. Served in Ministerial Committees, EU Programme STRIDE, the Greek Air Force General Staff/Information Center and 115CW/COC during the Greek- Turkish Imia crisis of 1996, and liaised for US Naval Support Activity Souda Bay receiving a USN citation. Has substantial professional career of 10+ years as a Bank Executive, Auditor, Head of Personnel Recruiting, Organization and BoD Consultant, and Head of the Document Management System in Cooperative Bank of Chania coordinating the “paperless” banking operation. Also, served in the Editorial Committee of Scientific American (Greek Edition) till 2008. In Drexel since 2007, participates as Program Assistant in the unique for US Universities “Drexel Study Abroad in Crete”, has gained a diverse exposure in teaching for Culture & Communication, Greek Studies, International Business, and in hybrid format for Drexel Abroad as well as co-directing independent studies, while created a diverse portfolio of video lectures in Drexel Dragon Drop Digital Library.