Dan Besemann is an adjunct instructor of chemistry in Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts. He holds a BA in chemistry from
Saint John's University and a PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Students taking classes with Dr. Besemann will learn fundamental concepts in chemistry and the scientific method.
"I believe that real learning is rarely easy, and is accomplished through
experience and analysis of failure and success. When possible, I
challenge students with complex problems that, in addition to academic
concepts, highlight two important things: skills upon which they can
improve and the excellence of which they are capable."