Graduate Student (Ph.D.)
Kevin Daniels is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering at the University of Arizona, advised by Dr. Shane Snyder. He triple majored in biology, chemistry, and environmental studies with an emphasis in water systems at Northern Arizona University (NAU) and was awarded the Distinguished Senior Award from NAU’s College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences. Kevin’s research is on the occurrence, fate and treatment of Contaminates of Emerging Concern (CECs) like Pharmaceuticals, Endocrine-disruptors and Personal-care products in water systems. In addition, he is working on applying several bioassays to measure the effect that CECs can have on human health.
Northern Arizona University; Flagstaff, AZ
Bachelor of Science: Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Studies
- Analytical techniques to measure CECs in environment
- Treatment efficiency (GAC, UV, Ozone, and Chlorination) for removal of CECs
- Bioassay applications to evaluate health implications of CECs
- Life cycle analyses of CECs