Science and Technology

Our dedicated faculty and quality facilities prepare students for science-related careers and graduate studies. We emphasize basic and applied research, technological applications, and international experiences because our objective is not merely to accumulate knowledge, but also to develop commitment and take action.

Faculty

Department Faculty

Adjunct Professors

  • Sandi Brenner
  • Kayla M. Cetrone
  • Jennifer Davis
  • Mark R. Gauvin
  • Brad A. Haubrich
  • Katelynn Howard
  • David Huestis
  • Gerald John
  • Joseph Klinger
  • Saman Nayyab
  • Emily Petruccelli
  • Leila Rieder
  • Keyana Roohani
  • Janis V. Roy
  • Melissa Silva
  • John Stachelhaus
  • Geoffrey Tapalu
  • Robert Thorn
  • Rachel S. Waghchoure
McNally, Dan

Dan McNally

Associate Professor, Science and Technology
Faculty Suite C, Room 220
dlm1@bryant.edu
Ph D, Michigan Technological University
MS, Michigan Technological University
MA, Webster University
MA, Webster University
BS, University of Detroit

Sustaining Air and Water, Human Impact on Land and Life, Green Technology for Sustainabilty, Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Environmental Investigation and Remediation, Current Issues in Environmental Science

Fate and Transport of Toxic Chemicals through the Environment, Biodegradability and Bioavailability, Factors Affecting Bioremediation of Contaminated Sediments, Trace Metal Uptake by Vegetation grown in Coal-Generated Fly Ash, Investigation into the Toxicity of Pellet Stove Tar and Ash, Fate and Transport of Driveway Sealant, Identification and Toxicity of Historically Hydrocarbon Contaminated Sites,

  • Omicron Delta Kappa Bryant Chapter
  • American Chemical Society
  • Water environment Federation
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • International Association for Great Lakes Research
  • American Society for Microbiology
  • 2017, merit award
  • 2015, merit award
  • 2013, ODK membership
  • 2008, Merit Award
  • 2001, Merit Award

Crowley-Parmentier, J., Dickey, A., Watts, C., McNally, D., The Blackstone River as a source of heavy metal contamination to Narragansett Bay. , 2015.

Crowley-Parmentier, J., Watts, C., Dickey, A., McNally, D., Changing anion nutrients and pollution influx to the Providence River and Narragansett Bay from the Blackstone River Watershed., 2015.

McNally, D., Natural Gas Extraction by Hydraulic Fracturing: an example of employing technological advancements for economic gain and not fully understanding the risks, ABC-CLIO online, 2015.

Crowley-Parmentier, J., Whitman, B., McNally, D., Trace metal uptake by Lolium perenne (perennial ryegrass) when grown on construction fill made up of coal-generated fly ash, Environmental Science and Pollution Research.

McKay-Nesbitt, J., DeMoranville, C., McNally, D., Undergraduate Student Projects: A strategy for Developing Environmental Literacy, Environmental Education Research.

Greenway, S., Crowley-Parmentier, J., McNally, D., Comparing German and US Energy Transitions: Centralized vs. Decentralized Government Approaches, Honor's Program 2018, 2018.

Crowley-Parmentier, J., Whitman, B., McNally, D., Trace Metal Leaching and Bioavailability of Coal-Generated Fly Ash, International Science Congress Association, 2012.

McKay-Nesbitt, J., DeMoranville, C., McNally, D., A strategy for advancing social marketing: Social marketing projects in introductory marketing courses, Journal of Social Marketing, 2012.