Michelle Gervasio

Assistant Professor of Engineering, Honors Summer Research Program Director

e: mgervasio@sbc.edu | p: 434-381-6118 |

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B.S., Materials Science and Engineering | Virginia Tech
Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering | Virginia Tech

Courses Taught

ENGR 341: Theory of Structures
ENGR 337: Materials Selection and Design
CORE 160: STEM in Society
ENGR 205: Statics and Strength of Materials
CORE 110: Design Thinking
ENGR 215: Materials Science and Engineering
ENGR 452: Capstone Design II
ENGR 110: Introduction to Engineering Design
ENGR 209: MATLAB Programming
ENGR 113: Practical Metallurgy
ENGR 120: Foundations of Engineering Analysis
ENGR 356: Micro and Nano Engineering: Devices and Processes


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Dr. Gervasio completed her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Virginia Tech where her dissertation focused on nano-scale patterning and Monte Carlo simulation of co-suspensions containing polymers and nanoparticles. As a recipient of a National Physical Science Consortium fellowship (now known as GFSD), she also worked as a guest researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology as part of the Fire Research Division. Her academic interests include nanomaterials, Monte Carlo simulation of polymer-containing suspensions, and traditional metallurgical techniques.