|CH141||General Chemistry I||A|
|CH142||General Chemistry II||B|
|CH444||Advanced Methods in Biochemistry||A|
Kevin received his B.A. from Colby in 1996. In 2000, he received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Madison where he studied DNA pairing mechanisms of enzymes involved in homologous recombination. Professor Rice did postdoctoral work in the Chemistry Department of Yale University before becoming an Associate Research Scientist at the Yale Pharmacology Department. At Colby, Professor Rice teaches General Chemistry and Biochemistry. His overall research interests include chemical biology and general enzymology. He is currently interested in the enzymatic consequences of the carbamoylating activity from anticancer sulfonylhydrazines.
- Ph.D. (Biochemistry), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000.
- B.A. (Chemistry/Biochemistry), Colby College, 1996.