2018/2019 Academic Year
Fall 2018 – Chem 110 Honors: Chemical Principles I – Honors
9:05 – 9:55; 117 Osmond Laboratory
From the University Bulletin: Chemical Principles I – Honors (3) Basic concepts and quantitative relations of chemistry at a level appropriate for students with advanced backgrounds and talents. Students may take only one course for General Education credit from CHEM 110 or CHEM 101. GN to receive Natural Sciences General Education (GN) credit for certain chemistry courses requires both lecture and laboratory courses be taken. These courses are: (CHEM 106 or CHEM 110 or CHEM 110H) and CHEM 111; (CHEM 112 or CHEM 112H) and (CHEM 113 or CHEM 113B).
Chem 500: Seminar in Chemistry
6:00 – 7:15; 009 Life Science Building
All chemistry graduate students are required to enroll for 1 credit of CHEM 500, Seminar in Chemistry, during each semester of their first and second years of residence. Successful completion of CHEM 500 meets the Graduate Council English competency requirements. CHEM 500 focuses on four thematic areas relevant to the development of professional chemists: (1) the scholarship of teaching, (2) scholarship and research integrity training (SARI), (3) the scholarship of written communication, and (4) the scholarship of oral communication.
Spring 2019 – RISE 597 – Responsible Conduct of Research
5:45 – 7:15; 104 Rackley Building
This course addresses important issues of professional ethics in research, including normative standards
of conduct, research integrity in diverse but interrelated basic disciplines, and ethical decision making.
This course is part of Penn State’s responsibility under US federal regulations to “(f)oster a research
environment that promotes the responsible conduct of research, research training, and activities related
to that research or research training…”