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Organic Chemistry – Chemistry 226 – Beaulieu

Fall 2013

Welcome to Chemistry 226, your first semester of organic chemistry! Prepare to be amazed as you develop an entirely new capacity of complex scientific problem solving. This course is a fastpaced, action-packed depiction of structure and reactivity of organic molecules. While your chemistry education to date probably has largely overlapped with some biology and physics lectures, organic chemistry is like a unique and beautiful snowflake, arguably unlike any scientific course you have ever had. Do not fear. John Donne penned the famous words, “No man is an island,” and those words will be my governing teaching philosophy in this course. When you enter my classroom, you are entering a collaborative learning environment predicated on mutual respect for our collective learning experience. I believe that it is through not only passive reading and writing but also active speaking and listening that we develop and refine the skills needed to solve the problems posed. I encourage you to prepare for our lectures so that you can maximally benefit from our interactive real time dissection of problems. At the same time, in this mutual collaboration, I hope to benefit from your feedback throughout the course. Please let me know what is working and what is confusing so that together we improve this course.

Instructor: Ellen Beaulieu, Ph.D. Office: PS 247 Phone: 925.969.4222 Email: lbeaulieu@dvc.edu (preferred)

Lecture Hours, PS 275: M/W: 9:30-10:50 am 2662 Lab Hours, PS 209: T/Th: 8-10:50 am 2663 Lab Hours, PS 209: T/Th: 11 am-1:50 pm Office Hours, PS 247: M 1:30-3:00 pm T 2:30-3:30 pm W 11:00-12:00 pm F 10:00-11:30 am

Any necessary changes to these office hours will be posted on my office door. We may change the schedule by agreement. I will also have time available on most Fridays for appointments for extra help. Please schedule a meeting time at least two days in advance. D2L:

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