Campus support for your learning:

The Math & Science Center (MSC) offers free assistance to students in all areas of math and science, with a focus on the introductory courses.  Trained and highly qualified peers hold one-on-one and small-group tutoring sessions on a drop-in basis or by appointment, as well as timely recap sessions ahead of scheduled reviews.  Emphasis is placed on thinking critically, understanding concepts, making connections, and communicating effectively, not just getting correct answers.  In addition, students can start or join a study group and use the MSC as a group or individual study space.  Located in the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) on the first floor of the College Library, drop-in hours are Sunday through Thursday, 8-11 PM, and Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, 4-6 PM, beginning Tuesday, January 20.  Appointments are available at other times.  For more information, visit http://sites.davidson.edu/ctl, or contact Dr. Mark Barsoum (mabarsoum or ext. 2796).

The Speaking Center @ Davidson College (for oral lab reports) offers the services of trained student tutors to support speaking across the curriculum. At any point of the process, from selecting a topic to delivering the speech, the Center can assist you in learning to speak, and speaking to learn. No appointment is necessary; tutors see students on a first-come, first-served basis. Located in Chambers B39 in the north basement, along with the Writing Center, the Speaking Center includes private rooms, a camera and playback equipment, and resource materials to help students collaborate with tutors. Students wishing to keep copies of their presentations can bring recordable DVDs.  Hours for the Speaking and Writing Centers will be announced in class.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION and OBJECTIVES

ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

REQUIRED TEXTS: Link to e-text Integrated Concepts in Biology by Campbell, Heyer, Paradise

CLASS PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE

REVIEWS, HONOR CODE, and GRADING

TENTATIVE LECTURE SCHEDULE

LABORATORY SYLLABUS, GRADING, and LAB EXERCISES