Bankole Fasanya, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Organizational Leadership and Supervision

Bankole Fasanya


My current role involves conducting research, teach, and serves in university committee to promote the agenda in alignment with the university goals and mission. Also, engage in community services.

Research Overview

My research interest includes human safety, occupational health and safety, hearing conservation, auditory protection and prevention, environmental noise assessment, ergonomics and human factors and macro ergonomics. I collaborate with different scholars include and not limited to professors at Purdue university West Lafayette, Bradly university, researchers at US Army Aeromedical research labs.

I love to play soccer and run at my leisure time.

Select Publications

• Fasanya, B. K. (2019). Computational Analyses of Auditory Discriminability Using Data from Acceptable Signal-to-Noise Ratio Experiment. Int. J. Human Factors and Ergonomics (IJHFE), 6(2), 143-159

• Fasanya, B. K, Pope-Ford R, Shofoluwe M, and Olaniyi O. (2018). The Safety Concerns of Night Shift Schedule: Implications for Family, Homes and Human Health. Med-Clin Res & Rev, 2(5), 1-7.

• Fasanya, B.K., & Dada, E. A. (2016). Workplace violence and Safety issues in Long-term Facilities: Nurses perspectives. Journal of Safety and Health at Work (SHAW) vol.7 p.97-101.

• Jones, H. G., Greene, N. T., Fasanya, B. K., Hollonbeck, S. A., & Ahroon, W. A. (2016). Assessment of the middle-ear assumption of the auditory hazard assessment algorithm for humans. The Journal of the acoustical Society of America, 140(4), 3273-3273.

• Fasanya, B. K. (2016). Effects of multitasking on operator performance using computational and auditory tasks. International journal of occupational safety and ergonomics, 22(3), 405-41

Teaching Focus

  • MET 52700, Technology from Global Perspective – Graduate level
  • TECH 64600, Graduate level Research Method
  • OLS 34300, Hazardous Materials
  • OLS 35500, Accidents/Incidents Investigation
  • OLS 33600, Fundamentals of Risk Assessment and Risk Management
  • OLS 24200, Fundamentals of Ergonomics
  • OLS 33200, Industrial Hygiene

Previous Roles

I am one of the key personnel who revised the AHAAH model, a model to determine the middle ear damage.

Bankole Fasanya


(219) 989-8130

Office Location:

Hammond, Anderson RM 208N


  • Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Greensboro, NC
  • M.SE, Industrial, Manufacturing and Information Systems Engineering, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
  • BSc, Mechanical Engineering, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria

Areas of Expertise

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics
  • Auditory Protection and Performances
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Healthcare
  • Environmental Noise Assessment and Co

Credentials, Accreditations & Awards

  • Hearing Conservationist (CAOHC-2016)
  • Best Graduate Student Research Oral Presentation of the Year – NCA&T (2011)
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Scholar (2010)
  • Green belt/Lean certification – Six Sigma (2010)

Curriculum Vitae