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Science Learning Center Hours of Operation

Course(including related lab/s)
Biology 1101/1102, 1310/1312, 1301, 1302Fatma Diefalla

Fri 10:30am-1:30pm
Anat & Physiology 1103,1104, 1303, 1304Elizabeth Rivas
Mon 1pm-2:30pm
Tues 9am-1:30pm
Chemistry 1105, 1107, 1108, 1305, 1307, 1308
Fatma Diefalla

Idris Akinlusi
Fri 10am- 1pm

Fri 11am- 5pm
Chemistry Organic 3301, 3201
Raushan Rashid

Ahmed Mohammed Ali

Idris Akinlusi
Mon 10am- 2pm
Tue 3pm- 5pm

Tue 10am- 11:30am
Tue 4pm-5:30pm
Thur 10am-11:30am
Thur 4pm- 5:30pm

Fri 11am- 5pm
Biology of Fungi 3140, 3340, 3150, 3350
Plant Biology 3330
Physics  1307

Physics 1308, 1108

Biochemistry 4140, 4340Raushan Rashid
Mon 10am-2pm
Tues 3pm-5pm
Biochemistry 4342

Microbiology 1105, 1305, 1310, 2105, 2305, 4310

Genetics 3103, 3303Ahmed Mohammed Ali
Tue 10am- 11:30am
Tue 4pm-5:30pm
Thur 10am-11:30am
Thur 4pm-5:30pm
Geology 1105, 1305, 1106, 1306, 3411


Trigonometry and Precalculus 1505

Statistics 331

Natural Science Tutoring Room Rules
All NS tutoring is held in room N604 in the SLC small room for physical and natural sciences
All NS tutoring for CIET/SAD will be held in N735.
All CS and Math tutoring held in N604.

All students/tutors participating in tutoring must login to TutorTrac and select the time and course/s for which they are being tutored. They must also logout.

Zoom tutoring online weblink:
All Zoom sessions are recorded for content/attend. All students/tutors participating in tutoring must login to TutorTrac and select the time and course/s for which they are being tutored. They must also logout.

The Science Learning Center at the University of Houston-Downtown, located in Room N604, is a state-of-the-art, multipurpose facility (2750 sq. ft.) dedicated to the support of science learning and teaching at many levels, all related to a wide variety of UHD science courses and special precollege and teacher professional development programs.

Learning Center Links:

There are three rooms that constitute the SLC:

The main computer area - features 30 networked student computers committed to independent student use. These computers are used to access and study from educational software, take electronic quizzes, complete computer-based course assignments, or access the internet for science-related purposes. This area is equipped with a classnet system so that it may be used by classes and so that student work may be monitored.

The SLC annex - is a model electronic classroom with 25 networked computers (Pentium III) and a master teacher's console equipped with a document camera for transparent and opaque projection, a CRT projector, a DVD/CD player, a videocassette player, a Pentium III computer, and an interactive touch-screen whiteboard. This classroom may be reserved for UHD-sponsored science activities such as undergraduate classes, teacher professional development and precollege science activities.

The specimen study area - is dedicated to the study of non-computer based materials, including maps, fossils, rocks, prepared biological slides, anatomical models, molecular model kits, and science-related videos. Other materials are placed on reserve by professors as needed.

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Last updated 11/12/2018 8:59 AM