Bio117 SyllabusF07

Bio117 SyllabusF07 - Biol 117 ORGANISMS AND POPULATIONS Dr....

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Biol 117 ORGANISMS AND POPULATIONS Fall 2007 Instructors (Lecture): Dr. Anne Clark Dr. John Titus Office: Sci. 3, rm. 381 Sci. 3, rm. 393 Phone: 7-6228 7-2445 e-mail aclark@binghamton.edu jtitus@binghamton.edu Lab guru : Dr. Mike Armstrong, Sci. 3 rm. 232, 7-3613, marmstro@binghamton.edu Text : Scott Freeman (2005), Biological Science, 2 nd Edition. Pearson/Prentice-Hall. Read assigned pages before class – at least enough to get a good idea what the lecture topic is – and again more carefully as you work through your notes soon after each class. Don’t wait long to get lecture material clarified. See classmates and your TA with questions. Grades : Course grades will be determined by scores for four exams and for the laboratory/discussion. Each exam will count for 18% of the overall course grade. The remaining 28% will be based on lab attendance and participation, written assignments and all quizzes given in lab or lecture. Attendance is required in lecture and lab. After each of the first three exams, we will draw up a curve and give you an approximate letter grade for your exam score. We will sum your exam and lab scores at the end of the semester and draw up a new curve (i.e., we will not consider earlier approximate letter grades) – so it’s the total of your scores that we use. The four exams will be multiple-choice format with questions coming from lectures, reading
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