Please complete the form below to indicate your ranked preferences for your Spring 2024 Teaching Assignment. You are required to list your top 3 choices but we recommend including a total of five choices. Please submit this form (or meet with Jennifer) no later than Tuesday, November 21st.
We will try to honor as many requests as possible, but due to enrollment needs, we cannot grant all requests.
If would like to view the subject descriptions for these classes, please review the Online Subject Listing.
The lab modules listed below are unique in both scheduling and content. Students typically teach 1 lab module during the term and there are 1 or 2 students assigned to each lab module (depending on class size). Each lab module runs for approximately 1/3 of the term and students typically teach both the Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday sections during that time period. More information about the lab modules is available here.
Spring 2024 Subjects
5.03 Principles of Inorganic Chemistry I [Typically 2 slots available]
5.08 Fundamentals of Chemical Biology [Typically 1 slot available]
5.111 Principles of Chemical Science
5.12 Organic Chemistry I
5.601/5.602 Thermodynamics I (first half of term) & Thermodynamics II and Kinetics (second half of term), students will teach both halves [Typically 2 slots available]
5.62 Physical Chemistry [Typically 1 slot available]
5.310 Laboratory Chemistry (for non-majors)
5.351 Fundamentals of Spectroscopy (Lab Module 1)
5.352 Synthesis of Coordination Compound and Kinetics (Lab Module 2)
5.353 Macromolecular Prodrugs (Lab Module 3)
5.361: Expression and Purification of Enzyme Mutants & 5.362: Kinetics of Enzyme Inhibition (Lab Modules 4 & 5), students assigned to these modules would need to be available for additional training the week before the regularly scheduled Lab Training in January
5.371: Continuous Flow Chemistry: Sustainable Conversion of Reclaimed Vegetable Oil into Biodiesel (Lab Module 7)
5.381 Quantum Dots (Lab Module 10)
5.383 Fast-flow Peptide and Protein Synthesis (Lab Module 12)