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Dr. Grow’s Office and the Chemistry Study Room Dr. Grow’s office is located in Building 97, Room 9722 (See map below). Because you should visit Dr. Grow in his office at least once a week, you need to know where it is. Building 97 is located behind Building 96 directly across College Boulevard from the LRC (library). Go in the 3 rd door down to the right of the Department of Physical Sciences sign and come upstairs. Office hours are posted on the door. In order to help you in your study of chemistry, we have set up a Chemistry Study Room upstairs in Building 97, Room 9721 (Next to Dr. Grow’s office). In this room, which is open from 8:00AM to 4:00PM, you will find reference materials, computers with lots of chemistry software and Internet access, and a great place to study. Directly across from Dr. Grow’s and Dr. Philips’s offices you can also usually find someone to answer questions you may have. This room is also often available on Tuesdays and
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Unformatted text preview: Thursdays from 5:00 – 6:00 PM. You should plan on spending time in this room as students who do usually succeed in their courses. Office and Study Room Laboratory 2124 Classroom 1774 Organic Chemistry Study Room Room 9721 (Across from Dr. Grow and Dr. Philip’s Office) In order to assist organic chemistry students with their studies, the Physical Sciences Department has established a study room for chemistry students. In this room you will find the following items to help you. • A library of reference books and texts so you can get additional information • Several computers with interactive organic chemistry programs • A quiet place to study with a worktable and blackboard • Easy access to faculty help • Other organic chemistry student with whom you can discuss problems and concepts...
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course CHEM 2211 taught by Professor Grow during the Spring '09 term at Pensacola Junior College.

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Map - Thursdays from 5:00 – 6:00 PM You should plan on spending time in this room as students who do usually succeed in their courses Office and

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