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Happy Holidays Zoologists!

You can pick up your final exam and paper AFTER NOON (12 pm),
Wednesday, December 17  in EBS 212 at SBCC. 
Grades will be posted to Pipeline the morning of Wed., Dec. 17.

Best wishes for your future academic and career goals!

If you would like to know your final course grade for Fall 2014, please check Pipeline and/or email me after tomorrow and I will send it back to you with your final exam and paper scores. 

If you wish to pick up your final exam and paper, you may do so by stopping by the Biological Sciences Office (EBS 212) on most days between 9 am and 2 pm Monday through Thursday over the break WHEN THE OFFICE IS OPEN. Please call the Biology Office at x2311 or x2393 before you come to campus as the office will only be intermittently open over the winter break.
Ask Chelsea or Sue in the front office for your final exam and research paper.

I will not be on campus during the holiday break until school begins again in January.

We will retain your final exams and research papers through spring semester 2015 of next year when you can also pick them up.

Best wishes for your future academic and career goals!
Blake

Feel free to e-mail me, Blake Barron, anytime regarding anything about the course at:

zoo@biosciweb.net

Click here for a handout regarding Biology 102 Course Philosophy and Pedagogy

Click Here for the SBCC Seek Help Contact List

Click Here for the Requirements to earn the Biological Sciences A.A./A.S. degree

PERTINENT CAMPUS EVENTS:

1. Click here for a link to a schedule of the Fall 2014 Learning Skills Workshop Series
@ the Cartwright Learning Resource Center. All workshops are in the Cartwright Learning Resource Center near the library
on Thursdays from 1:00–2:00 pm.

2. Click here for a link to a schedule of the Fall 2014 Writing Skills Workshop Series
@ the Cartwright Learning Resource Center. All workshops are in the Cartwright Learning Resource Center near the library
on Thursdays from 1:00–2:00 pm.

3. Come meet new friends and have fun with the Biology Club...                            

Join the Biology Club
Come to a meeting -- there are no requirements for membership
other than a curiosity about the natural world

Bio Club 2012-13

Next Meeting is:

TBA in Spring 2015
EBS 209 - Animal Biology Laboratory


Majors and Non-Majors Students Welcome!
We will be planning for activities such as fundraising, field trips, meetings, and community outreach including:

  • An adventurous camping trip somewhere in California in April 2015
  • A local hike to explore the wonders of spiders around Halloween time
  • Volunteer opportunities & local elementary school biology education presentations
  • Carwash and Bake Sale fundraisers for upcoming activities
  • Activities assisting the SBCC Department of Biological Sciences
  • Volunteer activities with the local educational and environmental programs
  • Upcoming SCUBA diving certification classes Excursions to the SB and LA Natural History Museum and SB and LA Zoos
  • Tidepooling and Whale Watching fieldtrips
  • Club hikes on local trails to examine flora and fauna