Content with Disciplines : Sciences and Engineering

Chemistry

TEXTS: Chemistry, Principles and Reactions, 3rd Ed., Masterton andHurley (Required)Lecture Outline: Chemistry Principles and Reactions, R. O. Ragsdale (Required)Problem Solving in General Chemistry, R. O. Ragsdale (Optional)Laboratory Manual (Chem 121) available from the University Bookstore after October 14. (Required)RECITATION: Tuesday and Thursday at times and places stated in the Class Schedule.The first Recitation meeting will be held Thursday, September 26 and will be supervised by your Chemistry Teaching Assistant(T.A.)Chemistry 131 students: You cannot participate inthe service learning project since you will not be checked into alaboratoryLABORATORY: At the times noted in the Class Schedule. Labs for theservice-learning students will begin…

Science and Technology in Contemporary Society

Using computers and nuclear weapons as case studies, this course will introduce you to important dimensions of science and technology in our society, namely 1. impact of technological development on everyday life, 2. debates about the cultural significance of science and technology3. the ideological foundations and significance of scientific developments4. approaches to social policy in technological growth. The class will function as a service-learning course that grants four credits. Members of the class will work with adolescent and adult residents from the North Capitol and Mt. Pleasant neighborhoods of Washington, DC as part of a joint effort between Georgetown University…

Web Site Design and Management

Spring 2000 I. Overview: This class is designed for the student who has experience with HTML and basic site building and focuses on user interface, navigation design, and information architecture. These issues are discussed in lively lectures-/seminar setting, using real-time interaction with live Web sites. With a strong emphasis on community service and group learning, teams of students design and build fully functioning Web sites for Bay Area organi-zations. In addition to the team project, students independently create five Web site projects: 1) Low Bandwidth/Browser Safe Color and Back- ground Titles; 2) Site Navigation; 3) Tables for Optimizing Graphics; 4)…