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Mission Statement of the Chemistry Center: The Chemistry Center provides a positive space where students can interact with Chemistry course material in unique and meaningful ways. Student learning will be facilitated by interactions with Chemistry Center instructors and with peers, focusing on both cognitive and affective domains.
The Chemistry Center is located in Salem 207
The Chemistry Center is OPEN
Operating Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5-9 PM
*see Calendar for exact schedule
The Chemistry Center instructors are both Chemistry graduate students and undergraduate students who are majoring in Chemistry. Instructors will provide assistance in learning chemical concepts, problem-solving strategies, and answer general questions. They will provide students with additional learning resources and limited help using digital homework platforms.
The Chemistry Center instructors WILL NOT answer problems from homework assignments, take-home exams, or any problem sets that will be graded. However, they can work on similar types of problems provided by the student.
Drop-in tutoring for LECTURE material will be available Sunday-Thursday from 5-9 PM for CHM 111, CHM 123, and CHM 223.
Supplemental Instruction will be available for certain lower-division course this Fall. Below are the Supplemental Instruction leaders for the following course sections:
Dr. Wren: Lauren Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Rives: Kathy Kolodxiejski (email@example.com)
Dr. Roduck: YoonSun Jee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Hinze: Caroline Horton (email@example.com)
Dr. A. King: Ryan Dunlow (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. S. King: Julia Freitas (email@example.com)
Dr. Welker: Mary Finger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Checking-In to the Chemistry Center
Please use the iPad kiosk to check-in and to check-out of the Chemistry Center. It’s fun and easy and you might just win a prize.
Congratulations to Dr. Welker’s Supplemental Instruction students (and Lee Mendenhall, SI Leader) for a narrow victory at the Organic Chemistry Trivia night, Spring 2016.