Notable Women in the Physical Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary

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the country in its quest for a competitive economy in the twenty-first century.

Mary Lowe Good has been awarded eighteen honorary doctorates, the most recent from Louisiana State University in May 1995. She has been particularly pleased with her Distinguished Alumnae certificate and honorary doctorate from the University of Arkansas for their home-town quality and the doctorate from Duke University because of her admiration for its academic excellence. After she leaves government service, Good has indicated that she would like to work with some companies on technology policy issues, perhaps by serving on corporate boards or by advising technology development projects for developing countries of importance to the United States. 6


Notes
1.
C. A. Clausen III, R. A. Prados, and M. L. Good, "Moessbauer Effect Parameters in Ruthenium Compounds," Journal of the Chemical Society D 20 ( 1969): 1188-1189.
2.
Elizabeth Hansen, "Dr. Good Adds New Job to Busy Schedule," State-Times [ Baton Rouge, Louisiana], July 25, 1980.
3.
Telephone conversation between Mary Lowe Good and Eileen Stanley, July 5, 1995.
4.
Ibid.
5.
"Mary Good Wins ACS's Parsons Award for Public Service," C & E News ( June 11, 1990): 16-19.
6.
Mary Lowe Good to Eileen Stanley, personal correspondence, July 12, 1995.

Bibliography

"Allied-Signal's Mary Good Analyzes New Threats to Chemical Profession." Chemical and Engineering News ( September 8, 1986): 7-14.

Brown B. H. "Mary Lowe Good Fills Roles of Scientist, Industry Spokesperson." Industrial Research and Development ( October 1982): 155-156.

Cavanaugh Margaret A. "Mary Lowe Good (1931- )," in Women in Chemistry and Physics: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook. Edited by Louise S. Grinstein et al., pp. 218-229. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1993.

Frame Phil. "Mary Good, Director of Super Car Project, Faces Formidable Task of Uniting Government, Auto Industry." Automotive News ( October 25, 1993): nn-41.

Hansen Elizabeth. "Dr. Good Adds New Job to Busy Schedule." State-Times [ Baton Rouge, Louisiana], July 25, 1980.

Heylin Michael. "Mary Good Wins ACS's Parsons Award for Public Service." Chemical and Engineering News ( June 11, 1990): 16-19.

Mathews Pam. "Mary Good: Chemists Have a Responsibility." American Press [ Lake Charles, Louisiana], April 30, 1987.

EILEEN HORN STANLEY

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