Della-Giustina, Daniel E.
B.A., American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts
M.A., American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts
Ed.S., Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1971
Ph.D., Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1973
During Dr.Della-Giustina's tenure as chairman (17 Yrs.) of the Dept. of Safety and Environ. Management at West Virginia University, he built the program into the finest of its kind in the world. His ten text books in the field are standard teaching references in the United States and international educational institutions. In the corporate sector, his writings are widely used as the foundation upon which company-wide safety programs are built.
In the early 1990's, Dr. Della-Giustina recognized the signs that violence in the workplace was going to increase. He began working then to define the problem and seek methods of coping with what was to become a burgeoning national problem. His leadership today is helping businesses understand potential warning signs and ways to protect employees. Dr. Dell-Giustina has been the recipient of many national and international awards.
The highest awards by the two lending professional organizations in the world were confirmed on Dr. Della-Giustina.
- National Safety Council - inducted into the safety & health hall of fame international at the national convention in Atlanta - Sept 2001
- American Society of Safety Engineers Elected to the honor of fellow of ASSE- new Orleans, June 2004
Research InterestsEducational Research
Highway Traffic Safety Research
Fire and Emergency Response Research
School Safety Research
Teaching InterestsFire Sciences
Disaster & Emergency Response (FEMA)
School wide safety programs K-12
Professional SocietiesAmer. Society for Engineering Education
Amer. Society of Safety Engineers
National Education Assoc.
Amer. School & Community Safety Society of America
Amer. Ass.of Higher Education
Amer. School Health Association
National Fire Protection Association
American Society for Testing and Materials