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As printed in the
AlChE Baton Rouge Section Newsletter
Year 13, #9 Issue
May 10, 2003

On the Web:

Ed Green Wins Coates Award
May Meeting Coates Award Banquet
Ed Green, 2003 Coates Award Recipient Senior Division

Speaker: Ernest E. (Ed) Green, Ph.D., ExxonMobil Chemicals, 2003 Coates Award Recipient

Topic: Science Volunteers make a Difference: A Quick Look at the Possibilities To help improve Louisiana students' science educational performance, a group of ExxonMobil employees formed a Science Education Team.
They network with science educators to identify barriers and needs, and to provide assistance, training and funding. The program increased employee involvement in education programs and enhanced public awareness of the benefits of the petrochemical industry to the community.
As a founding member of the team, Dr. Green will describe its objectives, accomplishments, and provide guidance on how similar groups can be organized.

Dr. Ed Green 2003 Coates Award Recipient

Dr. Green is Senior Chemist and Anlytical Coordinator for Intermediates Technology at ExxonMobil Chemicals in Baton Rouge.
He was educated in Shreveport, LA, and received his B.S. and M.S. in Chemistry from Louisiana Tech, and his Ph.D. from LSU.
He has been with ExxonMobil since 1977. Ed is in many ways a renaissance chemist, that is, he does everything well and combines it with flair, imagination and hard work. He always has a smile on his face, good suggestions to make, and devotes a great deal of his personal time to the community, schools, and the ACS local section.
Ed is a valuable member of the ExxonMobil technical staff and has traveled extensively to the far East as a troubleshooter. He received the Exxon Chemical Award for Responsible Care and Community Awareness in 1995.
Ed is married to the former Linda Ledbetter of Ruston, LA, who was the 1993 Coates Award recipient. Together they work in training science teachers and providing technical support and classroom supplies to help area students become science willing, ready and able.
They have two children, Leslie and Charles, and four grandchildren. Ed is involved in many community organizations and has been a Deacon and Elder at the University Presbyterian Church and a tenor in the Choir.

Ernest Green

Ed Green, 2003 Coates Award Recipient Senior Division


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