Dr. Donald P. Visco Jr.
Dr. Visco joined UA in 2011 as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies for the College of Engineering. He went on to serve as the Interim Dean and then Dean of the college from 2016 to 2018. Currently he is a professor in the Chemical, Biomolecular and Corrosion Engineering department. He has worked for Sandia National Laboratories, the US Navy, AlliedSignal, and Union Carbide. Dr. Visco is a Fellow with the American Society for Engineering Education and he is the Editor of Chemical Engineering Education. He is the recipient of the ASEE National Outstanding Teaching Award and the DOE Presidential Early Career Award for Science and Engineering.
Computer-aided molecular design, virtual high-throughput database screening, thermodynamics, engineering education.
- Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York 1999
- B.S. Chemical Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York 1992
Thermodynamics, Material and Energy Balances, Chemical Engineering Analysis