Dr. Fasanya is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Construction Science and Organizational Leadership, Environmental Health and Safety Concentration at Purdue University Northwest. In this position, he teaches safety and health related courses, as well as improving Environmental Health and Safety curriculum through Industrial Advisory Committees. Prior to his current position, he has worked in different capacities with different institutions: He worked as senior research associate (Auditory Protection and Prevention - US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Fort Rucker Alabama, Joint Adjunct Assistant Professor in the department of Applied Engineering Technology and Built Environment at North Caroline Agricultural and Technical State University, as a visiting professor at University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Industrial and Production Engineering Department, as a research assistant with Dr. Denise Tucker at University of North Carolina Greensboro in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, school of health and human science, as a facilities engineer at Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration Glenn Burnie. Dr. Fasanya holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and both his MSE and PhD in Industrial and systems engineering with specialization in ergonomics and human factors. He minored in auditory protection and noise assessment. His research interests include human performance in extreme environment, environmental/occupational noise assessment, ergonomics and human factors, lean manufacturing, auditory protection and prevention, human health and safety. Dr. Fasanya has published several articles on noise effects on human ear and human safety. Has presented findings from his studies in several conferences both national and international.