Five other Publications of General Interest
Baumgardner, D.E. and Kennedy, J.H. 2000. Biodiversity of Mayflies (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) of the Kiamichi River Watershed, Oklahoma. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 72(3):273-281.
Kennedy, J. H., Cook, R. and Anderson, G. M. 1998. Diversity and temporal patterns of macroinvertebrates inhabiting Southern High Plains playas, pp. 121 - 137. In A. J. McComb and J. A. Davis [eds.], Wetlands for the Future. Gleneagles Publishing. Adelaide, Australia.
Waltz R. D., D.B. Baumgardner and Kennedy, J. H. 1998. Character Variability and a New Synonym of Acerpenna pygmaea (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae). Entomological News 109(4): 257 - 260.
Baumgardner, D.E., Kennedy, J.H. and Henry, B.C., Jr. 1997. New and Additional Records of Texas Mayflies (Insecta: Ephemeroptera). Transaction of the American Entomological Society 123(1&2): 55-69.
Waltz R. D., D.B. Baumgardner and Kennedy, J. H. 1996. Baetis intercalaris Biological Notes and Discussion. Entomological News 102(2):83-87.
Faculty Development Leave 2003. University of Minnesota, Department of Entomology. Collaborate with Dr. Leonard Ferrington to study Chironomidae (Diptera) found in springs in the southwestern United States.
U.S. EPA Tiered Aquatic Life Workshop to develop Criteria for Standardization of results – San Marcos, Texas August 18-20, 2004, Invited Participant
Nature Conservancy of Texas, Conservation Planning Committee for the Bandera Canyonlands, Jan. 2002 Invited Participant
Charn Uswachode International Development Fund . Project fostered cooperative environmental education programs between science educators selected from school districts in the Mexico state of Jalisco and US teachers from Fort Worth and Denton. ISD. Summers 2001 – 2002.
Community Level Aquatic System Studies Interpretation Criteria Workshop, Schmallenberg Germany. May 1999. Invited participant.
Higher Tier Aquatic Risk Assessment for Pesticides Workshop, Bordeaux, France, April 1998, Invited Participant.
Mentor in the McNair Program at University of North Texas
Curriculum development for aquatic ecology (K - 8th grades). UNT Elm Fork Learning Center 1998 - present.
Grant Activity Over 7 million dollars in extramural funding at the University of North Texas 1987 – 2005. Grants funded by NSF, EPA and industry.
Currently advise 3 PhD, 7 Masters Students