Regents Professor and Director of the Elm Fork Education Center and Natural Heritage Museum, Specialization in Ecology of Benthic Invertebrates and Ecotoxicology
Dr. Kennedy's research interests include ecology of benthic invertebrates and ecotoxicology.
Dr. James Kennedy teaches classes in the following subjects: Biodiversity and Conservation of Animals, Insect Biology, Contemporary Topics in Biology, Stream Ecology, Contemporary Topics in Environmental Science and Ecology and Aquatic Insects of North America.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Zoology/Aquatic Ecology, Virginia Tech
- Invertebrates of Central Texas Wetlands. S. W. Taber and S. B. Fleenor. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, (2009).
- Aquatic Ecosystems for Ecotoxicological Research: Considerations in Design Analysis for Fish. Pp 729-752. In: The Toxicology of Fish, (2008).
- The Terminal Pleistocene extinction in North America and the Dynamic Equilibrium Model. (2008).