| SCHEDULE: |
| Course(including related lab/s) || Tutor || Days/Times |
|Biology 1101/1102, 1310/1312, 1301, 1302||Fatma Diefalla||Fri 10:30am-1:30pm|
|Anat & Physiology 1103,1104, 1303, 1304||Elizabeth Rivas||Mon 1pm-2:30pm|
|Chemistry 1105, 1107, 1108, 1305, 1307, 1308||Fatma Diefalla|
|Fri 10am- 1pm|
Fri 11am- 5pm
|Chemistry Organic 3301, 3201||Raushan Rashid|
Ahmed Mohammed Ali
|Mon 10am- 2pm|
Tue 3pm- 5pm
Tue 10am- 11:30am
Thur 4pm- 5:30pm
Fri 11am- 5pm
|Biology of Fungi 3140, 3340, 3150, 3350|| || |
|Plant Biology 3330|| || |
|Physics 1308, 1108|
|Biochemistry 4140, 4340||Raushan Rashid||Mon 10am-2pm|
|Microbiology 1105, 1305, 1310, 2105, 2305, 4310|
|Genetics 3103, 3303||Ahmed Mohammed Ali||Tue 10am- 11:30am|
|Geology 1105, 1305, 1106, 1306, 3411||
|CSET -CEIT EET 2431|
|Trigonometry and Precalculus 1505|
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: https://uhd.zoom.us/j/253630444
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.