Kristina Gansle
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Procter and Gamble
12:30 PM
Chemistry Research 401
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As I spent my days researching away in the chemistry labs here at CSU over 20 years ago, little did I imagine the possibilities that awaited me working at Procter and Gamble.  Through my graduate experience, I could envision a future as an academic researcher or even as a scientist at a National Laboratory.  I had little to no idea what to expect as a researcher in industry.  At this session, I will share an overview of R&D at P&G, give some examples of the types of work researchers do and provide time for Q&A conversation.


About the Speaker:

Dr. Kristina Gansle earned a BS in Chemistry at Bethany College in Bethany, WV.  She was awarded her PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Colorado State University in 1998 on the “Investigation and Development of Liquid-Liquid Extraction Systems for the Removal of Pertechnetate from Aqueous Nuclear Waste Stream Simulants” under the direction of Dr. Steve Strauss.  Dr. Gansle is currently Senior Director of the Fabric and Home Care Analytical and Microbiology organization at Procter and Gamble.