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Public Speaking: Using Improv to Improve

Monday, Oct 9, 5 pm
HSCI room 103

Improv - the theatrical technique characterized by a lack of script and thinking on your toes - can be a great tool in developing your presentation and public speaking skills. Come for a small, interactive workshop to learn tools for success for your next classroom presentation. 

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Limited spaces available

Allison Sanchez commented on the event FSLC CHEM Study Hour

Mayra Ruiz commented on the event FSLC CHEM Study Hour

FSLC CHEM Study Hour

Friday, Oct 28, 11:30 am
HSCI-101

***THIS EVENT IS FOR FRESHMEN SCHOLARS LEARNING COMMUNITIES ONLY***

A Study Sesh to Refresh!

Come get extra tutoring and study time for your Chemistry Midterms and/or the Chemistry Placement Exam. Our Peer Mentors will be ready to help you prepare for your upcoming exams. Food and Drinks will be provided.

Come for the Tutoring, Stay for the food.

Please RSVP and leave a comment with areas you would like help with from our peer mentors.

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Comments

Hanaka Fischman

Equations on how to solve for grams and moles. Etc.

Allison Sanchez

Ideal gas laws and gas properties, writing an equilibrium expression, balencing equations and stoichiometry

FSLC CHEM Study Hour

Thursday, Oct 13, 5 pm
Jenson SAS Center: HSCI-164

***THIS EVENT IS FOR FRESHMEN SCHOLARS LEARNING COMMUNITIES ONLY***

A Study Sesh to Refresh!

Come get extra tutoring and study time for your Chemistry Midterms and/or the Chemistry Placement Exam. Our Peer Mentors will be ready to help you prepare for your upcoming exams. Food and Drinks will be provided.

Come for the Tutoring, Stay for the food.

Please RSVP and leave a comment with areas you would like help with from our peer mentors.

Will you be attending?

Comments

Tiffany Nguyen

Everything

Mayra Ruiz

atomic structure, nomenclature and chemical calculations with emphasis on problem solving.

Mayra Ruiz

-Chemical formulas and composition
-Balancing and stoichiometry of common chemical equations, Ideal gas law and gas properties, the nuclear atom and atomic structure-orbitals, periodic properties of elements, and solutions: behavior, concentration and stoichiometry. Math topics with the greatest emphasis include interpretation of algebraic equations and their graphs, and measurement and the metric system using scientific notation.