Kent is an environmental research chemist at Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC and has been with the company for 25 years. He has been an active member in ACS at the national and local section level for over 20 years, serving in a variety of positions. He was the original webmaster of the local section and has also served as the newsletter editor and treasurer.
Dr. Steve Kennedy is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Physics at Carolina University. Steve has a long history of involvement in outreach activities centered around chemistry and science. He is currently serving as the National Chemistry Week coordinator, a role that he took over during the pandemic, and he organized the event in its current online format.
Robert serves as Councilor (2022) and Senior Chemists Group Chair for the Central North Carolina Section and as a member of the National ACS Senior Chemists Committee. He fully retired from Syngenta in 2013 after a 42+ year career. He published 20 research papers and 6 book chapters in the area of analytical chemistry.
Bill is a spectroscopist for Syngenta Crop Protection and has been with the company and it's legacy companies for 33 years. Bill has served as a past section chair (2011) of the Central North Carolina section and is our Poster Vendor Night Coordinator.
TJ serves as Reasearch Project Manager and Study Director for The Carringers, Inc. He has more than 23 years of experience in analytical and residue chemistry.
Our ACS section partners with schools, businesses, and individuals to organize and participate in community events with a common goal: to promote the value of chemistry in every day life.
Connecting academia and industry through networking
Our local ACS section provides science advisors to the Greensboro Science Center, our local government, and our North Carolina Senators.
Central North Carolina has a very active Senior Chemist group. From day trips to Kalideum or learning about fly fishing from a master, we have fun while learning, socializing, and trying new things.
"Empowering women throughout the chemical enterprise" The Women Chemists Committee's mission is to attract, retain, develop, promote, and advocate for women to positively impact diversity, equity and inclusion in the ACS and the profession.
The ACS has representation at Guilford College, High Point University, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.