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Released November 7, 2002
MUW to offer chemistry and biology lab exercises for home schooled students
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- The Division of Science and Mathematics at Mississippi University for Women will offer chemistry and biology laboratories exercises for home schooled students on Friday, Nov. 22, Friday, Dec. 6 and Friday, Dec. 13.
The laboratories are designed to give 10-12th grade level home schooled students an opportunity to conduct basic laboratory exercises and use different laboratory equipment under the guidance and instruction of MUW faculty.
"Students will get a preview of how chemistry and biology labs are conducted at the college level," said Dr. Marty Harvill, assistant professor of biology. "From this first day of laboratories, Dr. Nancy Bryson (division head) and I will be assessing the students academic needs and choose laboratory exercises for future labs that will meet those needs."
There is a $25 lab fee for each student/day (maximum number of students 20). This fee includes the chemistry laboratory exercise from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., lunch at MUW cafeteria and biology laboratory exercise from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
For registration forms and additional information, contact Bryson or Harvill at (662) 329-7376.
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