The purpose of the Chemistry Contact Center (C3 or CCC, housed in MG3090) is to help all chemistry students, although it is primarily directed toward students in 100- and 200-level courses. It is your opportunity to get help from faculty members outside of class and normal office hours.
Spring 2023 CCC ScheduleYou should be aware that the faculty are there to assist you, but they will not just give you the answer, nor will they answer direct questions from take-home exams, graded homework, or extra credit assignments. However, they will always be happy to help you understand the underlying concepts. Help us help you by bringing your book and any other class materials (your notes, handouts, etc.) to the C3.
Each chemistry professor welcomes students seeking assistance in the introductory chemistry courses (CHEM 100, CHEM 129, CHEM 130, and CHEM 131), Because the upper-level courses are somewhat specialized, you may want to see someone who has intimate knowledge of the content and format of a specific upper-level course. Faculty who have in-depth knowledge of these courses are indicated in the table above as follows: A = quantitative and instrumental analysis, B = biochemistry, I = inorganic, O = organic, and P = physical).
Chemistry Seminars: For the Fall 2022 semester, seminars will be Fridays at 12:30. Depending on the speaker, seminars will either be in person in Magruder Hall or will be delivered via Zoom at the following link:
https://zoom.us/j/95541875700?pwd=cWlsdTdhblpHYXFqQ2RGeS91bHVMQT09. Click here to find the chemistry seminar schedule on the University calendar.