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CHEM0400

Seminar In Chemical Research

Seminar in Chemical Research
This seminar provides students with experiences to support the preparation of a senior thesis. As the course involves participation in a mentored laboratory project and the intent to complete a senior thesis, students must make arrangements to work with a faculty advisor prior to gaining approval for course registration. The classroom portion of this seminar focuses on reading the scientific literature, giving effective oral presentations, and writing the thesis introduction. Particular emphasis will be given to computer and technology issues related to oral and written presentations. Participation will normally be followed by registration for CHEM 0500 or CHEM 0700 (winter term and spring). (Senior standing; Approval only) 2 hrs. sem., 12 hrs. lab.
Subject:
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Department:
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

CHEM0400A-F14 Lecture (Bunt)

Fall 2013

CHEM0400A-F13 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)

Fall 2012

CHEM0400A-F12 Lecture (Bunt)

Fall 2011

CHEM0400A-F11 Lecture (Choi)

Fall 2010

CHEM0400A-F10 Lecture (Bunt)

Fall 2009

CHEM0400A-F09 Lecture (Sontum)

Fall 2008

CHEM0400A-F08 Lecture (Byers)

Fall 2007

CHEM0400A-F07 Lecture (Sandwick)

Fall 2006

CHEM0400A-F06 Lecture (Bunt)

Fall 2005

CHEM0400A-F05 Lecture (Sandwick)

Fall 2004

CHEM0400A-F04 Lecture (Bunt)

Fall 2003

CHEM0400A-F03 Lecture (Cluss)