[sci 10/chem] watch this space!

29 05 2008

*blows off virtual dust off chemblog*

First day of classes is on June 10.  Before that, this blog will undergo some content overhaul. :D

Meanwhile, watch this space!





[sci 10] thesis questions for the finals!

12 03 2008

Thesis statements for Sci 10 Finals

Don’t forget to sign up for your finals!  See you!





[sci 10] plenary tomorrow (27th)!

26 02 2008

The Science and Society Plenary Series
and the
School of Science and Engineering

invite you to

THE DARK UNIVERSE

a lecture by

Rev. Daniel J. McNamara, SJ
Professor
Department of Physics

Escaler Lecture Hall
Science Education Complex
Wednesday, 27 February 2008
830am, 930am, 130pm, 230pm





[sci 10] plenary tomorrow!

19 02 2008

” The origin of life appears to be almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would have had to be satisfied to get it going?”

- Francis Crick
1962 Nobel Prize of Medicine and Physiology
(with James Watson and Maurice Wilkins)

 

The Science and Society Plenary Series
and the
School of Science and Engineering

invite you to

THE 5TH MIRACLE:
The Origins of Life on Earth

a lecture by

Ma. Assunta C. Cuyegkeng, PhD
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Ateneo de Manila University

Escaler Lecture Hall
Science Education Complex
Wednesday, 20 February 2008
830am, 930am, 130pm, 230pm





[sci 10] 3rd plenary updates!

21 01 2008

OK, for my 230PM class…there IS a 230PM slot for us.

For both classes, the 3rd plenary (on sustainable dev’t) will be at Leong Hall instead of Escaler Hall. See you there!





[sci 10] for Friday

16 01 2008

Here are some questions for our film-showing “An Inconvenient Truth” this Friday.  I don’t think we’ll be able to finish the film in one session, so the next one will be on Monday–

  1.  Explain the relationship between global warming and the incidence of storms.  Is this applicable to our own experience with Philippine weather?  Why or why not?
  2. Is there any connection regarding the presence/absence of social stratification in our country and global warming?  Why?
  3. Al Gore is a “double narrator” in the movie–interspersed with his lectures are his own anecdotes or personal accounts about his life as a family man and a politician.  Is his style an effective way of promoting the issue?  Does he propose solutions throughout the movie?
  4. You are your own “double narrator”–correlate your personal experiences with global warming/climate change.  Propose solutions which are doable in your own capacities.




[sci 10] carbon trading game!

16 01 2008

http://penoy.admu.edu.ph/carbontrading/index.php

Please join the Carbon Trading Game.  There are 2 games in this site…please sign up for your respective sections.

The games will start on the 18th, at exactly 6PM.  They will end on Feb 1, at exactly 1159PM.








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