More Information – Dr. Luis Echegoyen

ACS Careers Industry Forum presents
“Chemistry Career Options – Opportunities and Challenges for the Next Decade.”
An interactive hour of idea sharing with guest speaker: Dr. Luis Echegoyen

Dr. Luis Echegoyen, Division Director for NSF Chemistry (CHE), appointed in August 16, 2006.

Who Should Attend
Scientists, Engineers, R&D, and business employees

About The Presenter
Dr. Echegoyen comes to the Foundation from Clemson University where he served as Chair for the Department of Chemistry. Prior academic experience includes serving as Associate Professor and Professor at the University of Miami; Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park; Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Puerto Rico and Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He also conducted research at Union Carbide Corporation, Bound Brook, New Jersey.

Teleconference Details
Date:
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm EST
Fee: Complimentary
Don’t miss outRegister in advance. Space is limited.
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