Things can get crazy as the end of the semester nears. Though it may seem like this assignment could only add to the craziness, it shouldn’t take long and should be worth it. Read at least one chapter in the book you’ve chosen for the professionalism part of the course that you think will help you manage your academic work and/or wellbeing for the remainder of the semester; then share your thoughts through this form. Continue reading →
For this final connections assignment, you’re once again heading out to in search of things that relate to course topics. Follow these instructions below to complete this assignment. Continue reading →
To prepare for class this Thursday, please do the following:
Read 11.1, 11.2 and 13.5 in Biology by Raven; if you’re using the optional text EO Wilson’s Life on Earth, the corresponding chapters are 11.3 & 12.1. You may find other related sections of the book useful as well as the Wikipedia entry on Genetic Disorder for understanding these sections.
We’ll aim to have an exam on Thursday, November 29th that covers cell biology, Central Dogma and genetics topics. Part of class on November 27th will be dedicated to reviewing for the exam. As mentioned before, old exams can be an especially useful resource when preparing for an exam.