Daniel P Kennedy

My training and professional interests lie at the interface of organic and inorganic chemistry. I received both a BS and PhD in chemistry from the University of New Hampshire. Upon completion of my studies at UNH, I moved to the University of Connecticut to perform postdoctoral research. I later joined the faculty of the University of New England as a Visiting Assistant Professor, and then in my current role as an Assistant Lecturer during the fall semester of 2011. My duties at UNE involve teaching general chemistry, organic chemistry lab and inorganic chemistry. My interests outside of work include fermentation science, artisanal bread baking and clawhammer banjo. I currently reside with my wife and son on the seacoast of NH.

Education

B.S.

University of New Hampshire

2014

Ph.D.

University of New Hampshire

2014

Post-Doctoral Training

Chemistry

University of Connecticut

Storrs

Connecticut

Clinical Affiliations

Maine

Expertise

Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

Fluorescent Sensors & Polymers

Photoactive Metal Complexes

Fluorescence Spectroscopy

HPLC

UV-vis

NMR

Magnetochemistry.

Daniel P Kennedy

,

Ph.D., Chemistry

Assistant Lecturer, Chemistry

Decary Hall
308

dkennedy2@une.edu

(207) 602-2037