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I know that labor day demonstrations means something quite different to most people than it means in this blog post. I’ll get to what I mean by demonstrations, but first a bit of history. Berea College has, for many years, celebrated its student labor program by hosting its own Labor Day. It has changed quite [...]
Last semester, we finally finished the transformation of room 312 from a storeroom to a chemistry student room. This change was a long time in the making. It really began when Dr. Roecker, our inorganic chemist from 1989-2005 (chair from 1998-2005) decided to provide lunch for advanced-lab students when they couldn’t get to food service [...]
Unless otherwise noted, all tutoring takes place in the Chemistry Student Space (312 Science) CHEMISTRY TUTORING SCHEDULE Time (p.m) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 6:00 131 Imelda Presentations 222 Theint Presentations 7:00 Presentations 134 Nana Presentations 113 Georgia 8:00 222 Theint Brian 221 Premila 113 Georgia 9:00 113 Horton Dominic 131 Imelda 113 Horton 134 Nana [...]
The Department of Chemistry is committed to finding ways to help our students be the best learners they can be. However, not all students come to college really prepared for college work. To help our students make the jump from high school to college work, we have put together a set of learning strategy tutorials [...]