Dr. Robert Dib, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at the NDU FNAS, obtained the 2019 American Chemical Society (ACS) Global Exchange certificate for the Chemistry Program.
ACS is the oldest (established in 1876), largest, and most prestigious scientific society in the United States. In her letter to Dr. Robert Dib, LaTrease E. Garrison, ACS Executive Vice President, Education Division, said: “your program was one of 10 to fulfill the criteria for participation in self-studies and discussions to share current practices, identify resources and strategies, and identify directions for growth.”
Speaking about his initiative with the ACS that culminated in the recognition of the Chemistry Program, Dr. Dib said: “This milestone in the journey of the ACS recognition is the result of a long-lasting dedication and hard work. It will definitely promote and add credibility to our programs, and University at large.”