Mr. Dan Clancy, Stock room/ Hazmat Coordinator
Electrical Engineering, City College of New York (1978-81)
B.A. Columbia International University, Columbia, S.C. 1991,
Biology, Delmar College (2007)
Biology Research, Texas A & M, Corpus Christi (2007)
Current Research: Synthesis of nanoparticles using various noble metals, with the ultimate dream of producing a low temperature SOFC. I am fascinated with all aspects of Biomass and “green fuel” sources
Best Advice Ever Received: "Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal.”
Hobbies: bike riding, snorkeling/scuba diving (but when is there time for it?), repairing everything that gets broken at my home and watching the old “Little Rascals” shows.
What influenced you to study Chemistry: My high school chemistry teacher turned me off to Chemistry. It’s taken me 30 years to recover and I never would have come back if I hadn’t taken Chemistry classes here at TAMUK.
Department of Chemistry
Nierman Hall, N207
MSC 161 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
This page was last updated on: January 23, 2014