1980 - Ph.D., Boston University, Economics
1969 - M.A., University of New Hampshire, Economics
1965 - M.B.A., Columbia University
1963 - A.B., Saint Anselm College
Professor Kenison has taught at Saint Anselm College for more than 30 years. He teaches courses in Financial Management, Investment Theory and Business, and Financial History. Most recently Professor Kenison has offered a special topics course on the American Automobile Industry.
In addition to several articles Professor Kenison has published three books on New England business history. Dumaine's Amoskeag; Let the Record Speak, and Frederic C. Dumaine; From Office Boy to Tycoon, were both published by Saint Anselm College Press in 1997 and 2000 respectfully. His latest book, An Electrifying History; Public Service Co. of New Hampshire, was published by Oak Manor Publishing, Inc. in 2004. Professor Kenison is currently working on "A Financial History of the American Automobile Industry." The financial and historic analysis starts with the early days of Henry Ford, of Ford Motors Co. and William C. Durant, of General Motors and covers the labor movement, the role of government in overseeing the automobile firms, the energy crisis, the inroads of imports and foreign manufacturing transplants as background to understanding the current state of the industry.