syllabus - Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Spring 2010...

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Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Spring 2010 Lecture Instructor : Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; [email protected] Optional Laboratory Instructors : Lisa M. Miller, Senior Teaching Associate (Lab Sections A and B) Keyes 310, x5752; [email protected] Brenda Fekete, Senior Teaching Associate (Lab Section C) Keyes 310, x5768; [email protected] Office Hours: Professor Millard will announce her office hours weekly. Please do not hesitate to make an appointment if you cannot make the scheduled times. Email is also a very convenient way to receive a quick answer to a question. Course Goals : Students will develop an appreciation of basic chemical principles and their applications to topics of current concern to society, such as health and consumerism. Learning goals include obtaining a base of knowledge about chemistry and the ability to relate this knowledge to everyday life while improving problem-solving, critical-thinking, quantitative analysis, and communication skills in both the lecture and optional laboatory. Readings : The required text is Adventures in Chemistry by Julie T. Millard (published by Houghton Mifflin). Crucial information about the course, including sample exam questions, laboratory exercises, and supplemental material, can be found at the CH112 Web page, accessed either through the CH112 link on the Chemistry Courses Web page or directly at Attendance: Attendance at every class (and laboratory) meeting is required. Unexcused absences will result in a reduction of your grade. Please note that only your instructors can determine what is an excused absence. More than two unexcused absences may result in
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