South Carolina Section

Scott Goode

Congratulations to Scott Goode upon his retirement from the University of South Carolina, officially as of May 15 but today  (April 24th) is his "Last Lecture." He joined the faculty at USC in January 1974 and rose through the ranks to become a professor. His B.S.Chem was from the University of Illinois, Urbana and his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Among his honors are the Society for Applied Spectroscopy Award for Service to the Society (1990), the Amoco Foundation Outstanding... Teacher Award (1991), the Michael J.Mungo Award for Teaching (1998), the South Carolina Section of the ACS Distinguished Service Award (2009), and the USC Service Award (2015). He has supervised the work of 20 Ph.D. students, 7 masters, 19 MAT students, and 16 undergraduates. He has 54 peer-refereed publications. For the South Carolina Section he served as an alternate councilor from 2000-2004 and has and continues to serve as councilor since 2005. In 2016 he was named an ACS Fellow.  For SERMACS 2016 he served as the program chair and was recognized for his efforts at the South Carolina Section's recent awards banquet.  .

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Regis Goode


Congratulations to Regis Goode of Ridge High School has been named a 2017 ACS Fellow. Regis co-chaired the High School teachers program at SERMACS 2016.

Her contributions to the science/profession: Recognized as a leader in secondary school chemical education as a teacher of Advanced Placement Chemistry and Chemistry in the Community, and for educating and mentoring others in the profession.

Her contributions to the ACS community: Honored for over three decades of involvement in ACS chemical education projects, such as Chemistry in the Community, AACT, ChemMatters, and the Task Force for Safety Education Guidelines.

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