Mary Good


Mary Good is a chemist whose career has included academic, industrial, and government service and the publication of over one hundred articles. Good’s teaching career began at Louisiana State University, New Orleans, where she was the first woman to earn the Boyd Professorship of Chemistry. After a time in industrial chemistry, Good joined the University of Arkansas at Little Rock as the Donaghey University Professor. She then was the founding dean of the George W. Gonaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology and was named Dean Emeritus upon her retirement. 

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