Distinguished Chemists - Chemistry Department

Distinguished Chemists That Have Visited QCC

 

Dr. William F. Carroll
(2004 American Chemical Society President)

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He visited QCC on April 1, 2005 and addressed our students who were thrilled to meet and talk with him. Dr. Carroll dedicated an autographed cover of a Chemical and Engineering News issue to the Chemistry Department.


Dr. John B. Fenn
(2002 Chemistry Nobel laureate)

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He was invited by the Chemistry Department to address the student presenters at the 52nd Undergraduate Research Symposium of the ACS-NY section on May 1, 2004. Dr. Fenn is showing the plaque presented to him by the QCC students.


Dr. Alan MacDiarmid
(2000 Chemistry Nobel laureate)

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He visited our campus on November 9, 2004 and addressed QCC faculty and students. Our own faculty Dr. David Sarno worked with Dr. MacDiarmid for 18 months before joining Queensborough and was the person to invite him to our campus.

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