Instructor of Science
Joined Saint Mary's in 2001
Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, Northwestern University
M.S., Inorganic Chemistry, Northwestern University
B.A., Chemistry, University of Utah
Kevin Greenwood, Ph.D., instructor of science, joined Saint Mary’s faculty in 2001. Dr. Greenwood holds a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University, an M.S. in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University, and a B.A. in chemistry from the University of Utah.
Dr. Greenwood grew up in the suburbs of Salt Lake City and loved traveling through the woodlands of the Wasatch Range and star gazing from the red-rock canyon lands of Southern Utah. He taught general and organic chemistry lab courses for three years as an undergraduate at the University of Utah and as a graduate student at Northwestern University. He taught at St. Timothy’s-Hale School as an instructor of physical science, physics, and AP physics before coming to Saint Mary’s School.
"The students thrive in the all-girl environment of Saint Mary’s," says Dr. Greenwood. "Deep, lasting friendships are the norm here! I’ve never before experienced a school quite like this where all voices are heard and respected. Confidence is nurtured and developed until students can speak with both grace and boldness."