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Summer Session

The Chemistry Department offers introductory courses through the Summer Session Program.

 

For summer 2020, we will offer the following classes:

  • General Chemistry - 31A, 31B

  • Organic Chemistry - 33, 121

Each class is four weeks long allowing students to take two classes (e.g., 31A & 31B or 33 & 121); however, some students may opt to take just one class.

-Lectures and labs will be conducted through live video conferencing through Zoom. To fully engage with the course, get immediate feedback and explanations, and interact with other students and teaching staff, attendance for all live lecture and lab sections are compulsory.

-To access these sessions, students will need a computer, tablet, or laptop with internet access and zoom capability as well as access to a scanner or a smart phone with a scanner app to submit PDFs of homeworks, quizzes and exams (a tablet on which a student can write on pdfs for submission would also work.). A printer may be helpful for printing templates but is not required.

-Guided laboratory experiences, including both hands-on and virtual simulations, will be conducted in real time with the TAs during your regular lab zoom sessions.

-To cover the cost of materials and/or lab simulations a lab fee of no more than $100 will be charged to students after the first day of class.

If you are having difficutly enrolling, please contact the following people for a permission code:

31A - Dr. Nate Cardin, natecardin@gmail.com

31B - Dr. Nate Cardin, natecardin@gmail.com

33 - Roger Kuhn, roger.kuhn@stanford.edu

121 - Roger Kuhn, roger.kuhn@stanford.edu

 

For questions regarding course content and proper placement, contact Dr. Megan Brennan.