The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, September 26, 1978-Page
If you've got it,
you belong here.
Ask Bob Freeman.
ob Freeman joined Monsanto in 1956'
after obtaining his Ph.D. in Organic
Chemistry from Wayne State Uhiversity. Ex-
cept for a two-year leave of absence to teach
Organic Chemistry at North Carolina Agri-
cultural and Technical University, he has
been with Monsanto.
Today, Bob is with our Agricultural
Research Department. His work involves iso-
topic labeling of pesticides, a job that is con-
cerned with the safety of chemicals used on
vegetable and grain crops. These isotopically
labeled pesticides are used in researching
plant genetics, seeking to produce higher-
yielding strains of plants such as soybeans.
Bob is also active in community affairs.
He is a member of the Board of Commis-
sioners of the St. Louis Museum of Science
Bob Freeman. A fine example of that cer-
tain quality we call "Monsanto Drive.' The
drive to work hard, not just at a job, but at a
career. The will to succeed - at Monsanto and
We're looking for highly motivated, re-
sults-oriented people - people with Monsanto
Drive. We're looking for people who are seek-
ing challenges as they advance through
We're looking for more Bob Freemans.
He has Monsanto Drive.
Write: Carolynn C. Jackson, Professional
Employment Manager, A3SB, Corporate Per-
sonnel, Dept.CL434, Monsanto Company, 800
North Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63166.
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