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MAJ Daniel Gordon

Instructor

daniel.gordon@westpoint.edu

Biography


Major Gordon is an instructor in the Department of Chemistry and Life Science and teaches the CH101 General Chemistry I course. After earning a B.S. in human biology from the University at Albany (SUNY) in 2013, he commissioned as a field artillery officer. His Army experience has primarily been in the tactical employment of the M777 and M119 light howitzers in support of light infantry brigade combat teams, with operational deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. He has also received a master’s in healthcare administration from the University of Scranton and a M.S in biomedical forensic science from Boston University.

Ongoing Research Projects


Major Gordon is an instructor in the Department of Chemistry and Life Science and teaches the CH101 General Chemistry I course. After earning a B.S. in human biology from the University at Albany (SUNY) in 2013, he commissioned as a field artillery officer. His Army experience has primarily been in the tactical employment of the M777 and M119 light howitzers in support of light infantry brigade combat teams, with operational deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. He has also received a master’s in healthcare administration from the University of Scranton and a M.S in biomedical forensic science from Boston University.