College of Business and Economics
Upham Hall

Todd Loushine
Associate Professor

  • Office Location: Timothy J Hyland Hall 3505
  • Phone: (262) 472-1208
  • Email: loushint@uww.edu
  • Department(s): Ocup & Envir Safety and Health

ABOUT

See my personal web site.

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Industrial Engineering, 2007, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • M.S. Industrial Engineering, 2002, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • B.S. Chemical Engineering, 1994, University of Minnesota

COURSES

CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES

  • Professional Engineer (P.E.), MN License #
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP), BCSP #
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), ABIH #

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

  • System analysis and design
  • Organizational management
  • Cost benefit and high order data analysis

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

  • American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) – Professional Member
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) – Member
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) – Wisconsin Chapter Member
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) - Member
  • American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) - Member
President's Award
2014
Student Strategy Task Force, ASSE PDC
1st Place Honors
2012
Student Research Poster Session, ASSE PDC
Outstanding Safety Educator Award, ASSE high-honor
2012
Dr. William E. Tarrants
Young Teacher Award
2009
UMD Swenson College of Science and Engineering

Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2007
M.S.
Industrial Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2002
B.S.
Chemical Engineering
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
1993

Certified Industrial Hygienist, CIH
2010
Certified Safety Professional
2005
Professional Engineer (Chemical Engineering)
2000

American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
2010 - Current
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
2004 - Current
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE)
1992 - Current

Perceptions of fairness in post-injury treatment and its effects on multi-level safety climate scores
Occupational Safety Profession: tricks of the trade or problem-solving process?
Using Professional Certification Criteria to Assess Occupational Safety Curricula in Degree Programs Investigating Accreditation
Higher Learning Research Communications
Vol. 3 Iss. 2 Pg. 32-52
Macroergonomic Approach to Safety Culture/Climate: A Healthcare Facility Case Study
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting
The Importance of Scientific Training for Authors of Occupational Safety Publications
Journal of Safety, Health, and Environmental Research
Vol. 8 Iss. 1 Pg. 19-26
Academic Program Evaluation Using BCSP Criteria: A Case Study at the University of Minnesota Duluth
American Society of Engineering Education Annual Meeting
Review of workplace wellness program options to reduce musculoskeletal disorders in laborious work
Mn/DOT Technical Report #2011-07
Barriers and benefits of quality management in the construction industry: An empirical study
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence
Vol. 21 Iss. 9 Pg. 953-969
Evaluation of workforce perceptions as a means to identify and mitigate the causes of musculoskeletal disorders
Mn/DOT Technical Report #2010-01

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