Syllabus microbes 2009 - PATH(FDST 2030 FALL 2009 MARVELOUS...

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PATH (FDST) 2030 FALL 2009 MARVELOUS AND MALEVOLENT MICROBES (M 3 ) Class Time: Monday and Wednesday, 11:15 – 12:05 (Fourth period) Class Location: 131 Food Science Building Instructors: Dr. Tim Denny (Plant Pathology) 3303 Plant Science Bldg. 542-1282 [email protected] Dr. Joe Frank (Food Science and Technology) 335 Food Science Bldg. 542-0994 [email protected] Office hours: By appointment (inquire by phone or email). We may schedule optional question-review sessions on Fridays at the regularly scheduled class time and location (especially the Friday before each exam). General Information about M 3 We hope that you are genuinely interested in learning about the amazing things that bacteria and fungi do for us and to us (the good, the bad, and the ugly). We also hope that everyone will enjoy the course and make a good grade. To help ensure that students are prepared for this course, we now have as a prerequisite at least one semester of college-level biology or chemistry (let us know if you do not meet this prerequisite - you may still be able to take the course) . Despite its funny title and 2-credit value, M 3 is not a course for an easy ‘A’. Most of you will be challenged by the topics we cover. To make a good grade you will have to read the required text book, study the lecture material, and learn the scientific terms and concepts. We will try our best to help you understand the material and to make clear what you are expected to know and how you will be tested. If you are confused during the lecture then ask a question! If you have questions or concerns outside of class, please let us know as soon as possible so we can address the situation.
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