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SS2010 syllabus - CHEM 2130 SS 2011 Instructor Phil...

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CHEM 2130 SS 2011 Instructor: Phil Silverman E-mail:  [email protected] Office:  Room 123D Chemistry Phone number: 882-1401 Office hours:  11:00 – 12:00 M-Th Welcome to CHEM 2130. There are a few VERY important ground rules that everyone  needs to be aware of before we start the class: All recitations will be held on  Monday  and Wednesday at 12:10 p.m. in SCHWEITZER HALL 28 . We will be going over lots  of information about lab and other issues (arrow pushing mechanisms and basic organic  concepts) that you will need so you can do well in the lecture part of the course.  IF YOU MISS  4 LABS OR FAIL TO TURN IN 4 OR MORE LABS [even though you  might have done the work!], you will automatically get a grade of “ F ” in the course. By  remaining in the course, you acknowledge that failure to comply with this rule will result  in having to repeat the course in the future.  There are two Essential Websites:  Labs are here:   http://www.chem.missouri.edu/chem2130/    Grades are here:   https://courses.missouri.edu/ . The  Blackboard  site under the Laboratory link has the syllabus as well as TA contact  info.  Your TA’s will check to see whether you have written down the experimental  procedures to each lab at the beginning of each lab.  Failure to do so will result in  8 points been automatically deducted from your lab.   This rule is totally inflexible so   do not ask for an exception.  Making sure that you write your experiment is completely  on   you.   Having   other   engagements,   assignments,   etc.,   are   not   valid   excuses.  Improvise; adapt; overcome! 1
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For this class, especially in a summer school situation where the velocity of the course  makes missing a lab a really big deal,  EXCEPTIONS CAN  NOT BE GRANTED for  missing class. If you miss for  any  reason other than the ones listed below, just take the  grade hit and let it lie: What do I mean by an excused absence? There are 4 different  categories of excused absences: 1) medically excused, 2) death of someone close to  you, 3) university sponsored event, and, 4) “legally” excused. The definitions are below. To be   medically excused , you SHALL get written verification by a medical doctor  stating both the time of visit and the duration of the expected illness.   No note, no   excuse!
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