Born to Peter F. and Kathleen (Higgins) Carr in Brooklyn, NY.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from The Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute.
Is a research assistant and associate at Brookhaven National Laboratory through 1966.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy in analytical chemistry from Pennsylvania State University.
Is a postdoctoral associate at Stanford University Medical School.
Serves as a faculty member at the University of Georgia through 1977.
Is a consultant to Leeds and Northrup, Hewlett Packard, 3M Co., Cabot Inc., Agilent Techs., President Symposium Analytical Chemistry in Environment.
Teaches as a professor of chemistry at the University of Minnesota and continues in this role.
Co-authors with L. D. Bowers “Immobilized Enzymes in Analytical and Clinical Chemistry,” published by John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY.
Receives the L.S. Palmer Award from the Minnesota Chromatography Forum.
Receives the Benedetti-Pichler Award from the American Microchemistry Society.
Receives the Fields Analytical Chemistry Award from the Eastern Analytical Symposium.
Is the founder and first president of both the Minnesota Chromatography Forum and ZirChrom Separations Inc. through 2002.
Receives the S. Dal Nogare Award from the Delaware Valley Chromatography Forum.
Receives an award in separation science from the Eastern Analytical Symposium.
Receives the Pittsburgh Conference Award in Analytical Chemistry.
Receives The Analytical Chemistry Award from the American Chemical Society.
Receives the AJP Martin Medal from the Chromatographic Society of Great Britain.
Receives the J.C. Giddings Teaching Award in Analytical Chemistry.
Serves as a co-editor of “Advances in Chromatograph” and continues in this role.