UT Tyler

Technology

Dominick Fazarro

Title: Associate Professor of Industrial Technology and Industrial Management
Department: Technology
Building: HPR 242
Email: dfazarro@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.565.5911

Degrees

  • Ph.D. Industrial Education and Technology, Iowa State University
  • M.S. Industrial Management, University of Central Missouri
  • B.S. Manufacturing Design Technology, Norfolk State University

Biography

Dominick E. Fazarro is an associate professor of Industrial technology at The University of Texas at Tyler. Dr. Fazarro has 15 years in education including secondary, community college, and university teaching different facets of technology. Dr. Fazarro has ten years of research in learning styles of college students to improve the learning environment. Dr. Fazarro used his research to facilitate workshops at secondary and post-secondary schools in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Texas. Along with his teaching experience, Dr. Fazarro has seven years of industry experience in engineering design, data management, and inventory control/logistics.

Dr. Fazarro has seven years of experience working as a methodologist for doctoral students and teaching research methods on the graduate level. Also, he was immersed with assessment and evaluation for six years as a data manager for NCATE, involved in the re-accreditation (now ATMAE) of the Industrial Technology Department at UAPB, and Evaluation Committee Chair for university accreditation (HLC-NCA). Dr. Fazarro has conducted consulting projects with data management, assessment, and evaluation at other schools. Dr. Fazarro has been working on “out-of-the box” projects on how view learning outcomes easily and efficiently. He has been work on with others, an intuitive display of data to help faculty be more accustomed to assessment in their departments and to use the data to continuously improve curriculum

Dr. Fazarro has been working and advocating on the implementation of four-year nanotechnology programs at universities to be proactive to prepare for the new workforce for the 21st century. His latest work is developing a nano-management focus in the Industrial technology program. Dr. Fazarro created the nanotechnology focus group for The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) to attract scholars to present papers in this new exciting field.

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Plant Layout
  • Risk Management
  • Research Methods
  • Evaluation & Assessment
  • Nanotechnology Education and Workforce Development
  • Nanotechnology Safety Education
Curriculum Vita
UT Tyler