Glyn Kennell started engineering at the University of Saskatchewan as a mature student in 2003 after spending five years in the British Army. Glyn enjoyed academic life so much that he decided to never leave and pursued a Ph.D., also at the University of Saskatchewan. During his time as a student Glyn received a number of awards, including the prestigious “N.S.E.R.C. Alexandre Graham Bell Canada Doctoral Scholarship”. Glyn completed his Ph.D. in electrolytic transport modeling in 2011 and spent two years teaching a broad range of Chemical Engineering and General Engineering classes at the university. Glyn enjoys a friendly partnership with his students and has been nominated for the “University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union Teaching Excellence Award” four times.
Glyn Kennell currently teaches and contributes to research and engineering. Some of the projects Glyn has recently been involved with concern of the corrosion of potable water supplies, new separation methods for potash, and the analysis and rehabilitation of a Saskatoon bridge. Glyn likes to combine real world examples into his lectures to enhance understanding and interest in engineering.