SAFE AND SOCIALLY DISTANCED STUDY SPACES

If you need a place to study on campus, you can find a list of safe study spaces here.

RESOURCES FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT

A student’s first option for getting help in their chemistry classes should always be their professor. Every professor has regular student drop-in hours and is committed to the success of every student in the department. Student drop-in hours are usually found on the syllabus and on the class CANVAS page. Students also have the option of emailing their professor to make an appointment to discuss class content or assessments. Students should visit their professor before there is a problem.

In addition, the following FREE resources are available for lower division courses:

PEER ASSISTED STUDY SESSIONS

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is an academic support program designed to help your retention and performance. PASS sessions are led by students who have completed the course with the same professor. The PASS leaders attend lectures and hold study sessions. The schedule for chemistry PASS leaders can be found here.

LEARNING STRATEGIES INSTRUCTION

Learning Strategies Instruction provides individualized, student-centered, academic coaching designed to increase student success. The diverse range of undergraduate and graduate students we serve will be motivated to achieve individual goals by becoming self-regulated learners and building academic and personal self-efficacy.

TUTORING AT THE SMLC

The Science and Math Learning Center (SMLC) is located at the Student success center and provides free tutoring in lower division chemistry courses. The schedule of tutors can be found here.


 

 

This is a five column, 11 row table. The fourth through ninth rows have the chem 131 instructors' information. The 11th column has the chem 132 instructor's information. The first row is the class information (time and place), the second row is the instructor's name and email, the third row is the instructors office and phone number, the fourth row in the instructor's drop-in times, and the fifth row is the instructor's study session time and place

Fall 2020

General Chemistry Faculty Drop-in Hours

All Gen Chem students are invited to any office hours or any study session (for the same course).

Class

Faculty / email

Office / Phone

Drop-in office hours
(no appt needed)

Other times by appointment -
suggest 3 possible day/times

Weekly Study Sessions

CHEM 131

CHEM 131 - 0001 
MWF 8:00-8:50 AM  

Dr. Barbara Reisner   
reisnaba@jmu.edu

TBA TBA

CHEM 131 - 0002

TTh 11am-12:15pm

Dr. Isaiah Sumner

sumneric@jmu.edu

CHEM 131 - 0003

MWF 12:20-1:10pm 

Dr. Deborah Warnaar

warnaadl@jmu.edu 

 Chem 131 - 0004

MWF 12:20-1:10pm

Dr. Chrisi Hughey

hugheyca@jmu.edu

CHEM 131 - 0005 
TuTh 8:00-9:15 AM  
in EnGeo 1302

Dr. Daniel Blumling blumlide@jmu.edu

CHEM 131 – 0006
MWF 8:00-8:50 AM 
in EnGeo 1301

Dr. Yanjie Zhang
zhang3yx@jmu.edu

CHEM 132

CHEM 132 - 0001 
MWF 10:10-11:00 AM  
in EnGeo 1302

Dr. Qingsheng Liu

liu2qx@jmu.edu

EnGeo 3138

540-568-7640

MTuWF 11 am-12:15 pm

Alternate Wed

9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13 and 12/4

7:00-9:00 PM
in EnGeo 1208

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