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DuPont Names Doug Muzyka Chief Science & Technology Officer, Tony Su President of Greater China

Article-DuPont Names Doug Muzyka Chief Science & Technology Officer, Tony Su President of Greater China

DuPont has named Doug Muzyka as its chief science & technology officer, succeeding Uma Chowdhry who plans to retire later this year following 33 years of service.
Tony Su, currently DuPont’s director of marketing and sales in China, will succeed Muzyka as president of DuPont Greater China. Both Muzyka’s and Su’s positions take effect Sept. 1.
Muzyka, who earned a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Western Ontario, started with DuPont in 1985 as a research engineer. Muzyka, 55, has served in a variety of technology, customer-facing, and regional leadership roles for DuPont in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and China.
Su, 53, joined DuPont in Taiwan in 1980. He has held a range of leadership roles in Asia Pacific and the U.S., including marketing for several businesses including protection technologies and chemicals & fluoroproducts.
Chowdhry, 62, moved into progressive technology and business management roles after joining the company as a research scientist in 1977. She was appointed vice president of Central Research & Development in 2003 before she assumed her current role in 2006. Chowdhry was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 1996 and the American Academy of Arts and Science in 2003.
Founded in 1802, DuPont is a science-based products and services company. Operating in more than 90 countries, it offers a wide range of products and services for markets including agriculture and food, building and construction, communications, and transportation. For more information, visit www.dupont.com.

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