CBNS 108 Lecture _1, Handout S2010

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2 2 Developmental Biology CBNS 108 Class Lecture Days: Tu,Th Class Lecture Time: 2:10 - 3:30pm, SPTH 2200 Discussion, Wed: #21-- 9:10 - 10 am LS 2418 #22-- 10:10 - 11 am LS 2418 #23-- 2:10 - 3 pm Eng II 141 #24-- 3:10 - 4 pm Eng II 141 Click to edit Master subtitle style 2 2 Developmental Biology CBNS 108 Instructors : Professors Martins-Green--Vertebrate Development D. Demason -- Plant Development A. Danhanukar-- Insect Development Teaching Assistant: Ms. Darcie McClelland Office hours : Dr. M-G -- Th 3:30-5:30 in 2117 BSB Drs. DeMason and Danhanukar TBA Ms McClelland-- TBA Click to edit Master subtitle style 2 2 Outline for Lecture 03/30/10 1. Mechanics of the Class 2. Expectations 3. Syllabus 4. History and Basic Concepts Click to edit Master subtitle style 2 2 Mechanics of the Class (cont) 4. To drop the class you can go to PAWS until the end of the second week -- You do not need my signature. 5. After the second week you need my signature to add the course but you do not need my signature to drop the course at any time. You do not need my signature to change grading basis. 6. You can withdraw from the course through the end of the sixth week. 2 2 TEACHERS’ GOALS FOR THIS CLASS 1. To assist you in learning 2. To instill in you the desire to learn 3. To instill in you curiosity for the field of Development Biology. 4. To instill in you the desire to figure things out rather than regurgitate memorized material. 2 2 Plutarch (AD 46 - 119) "A Mind Is A Fire To Be Kindled, Not A Vessel To Be Filled" 2 2 TOOLS TO SUCCEED 1. Read the assignments before lecture and discussion sections 2. Be attentive in lecture and discussion 3. Review lecture notes before the next lecture 4. Study all along; don’t wait for exam time 5. When studying ask why? And how?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2010 for the course CBNS 108 taught by Professor Green,demason during the Spring '10 term at UC Riverside.

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