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BIOL 11500 Biology Resource Seminar

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

Co-requisite: BIOL 12100.  Course restriction:  1st and 2nd semester students only.

Description:

The Biology Resource Seminar is a one-credit course for freshman biology majors. The course is designed to help integrate new biology students into the Department of Biological Sciences, to help them adjust to university life, and to assist them in developing academic and intellectual survival skills using the medium of introductory Biology courses. Each presentation section of this course is led by an academic advisor and an undergraduate teaching intern. The course meets twice a week in groups of approximately 20 students.

Instructor(s):
DENNIS MINCHELLA

E-mail:
dennism@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

~No textbook is required, materials presented in class~

Course Format:
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