Philadelphia Local Section

American Chemical Society - Philadelphia Local Section



Flory K. Wong, Advanced Researcher, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering

Education: BS Chemistry, Macaulay Honors College, New York, NY 2008; PhD, Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA 2016

Honors and Professional Societies: ACS Membership, Member, 2008-present

Recent National Participation: 89th ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium, Pittsburg, PA (June 2015) – attendee/presenter; 250th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA (Sept 2015) – attendee/presenter

Statement: As a researcher in the field of chemistry, I became a member of the ACS as an attendee and I participated in science outreach programs during my tenure as an undergraduate student. This effort continued throughout graduate school, where I worked closely with our Program Director for Education and Outreach at Penn State University to help coordinate and present at multiple MRSEC (Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers) events. Since relocating to the Philadelphia region, I became aware that my passion align with the goals of the ACS Philadelphia Local Section. I would to like to continue introducing and encouraging young brilliant minds towards STEM programs and to become more involved in the ACS. If elected to a leadership position, I look forward to working with everyone towards advancing and acting on the ideas and plans of the local Section.

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