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Clark College Biology Resources

Clark College
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA
98663

Welcome to Clark College Biology Resources

This site contains course information for Clark College Biology students enrolled in Human Biology and Microbiology. Faculty contact information and faculty website addresses can also be accessed here.

Materials are available for download in Adobe Acrobat Reader (.pdf) format. Please download the free Acrobat Reader.

If you have any questions about the documents here, please email your instructor directly, or visit his or her faculty website for clarification.

Biology Practicum (BIOL& 011)

BIOL 011 (Instructors: Staff)

Biology Practicum is essentially an Open Lab that meets on weekends. The Practicum provides students enrolled in certain Biology courses with the opportunity to receive additional laboratory instruction outside of their normal classroom hours.  Attendance is optional, but most students find it very useful and you are encouraged to take advantage of this additional learning resource. To provide support for this valuable program, students enrolled in BIOL& 251, 252 or 253 must also register for one credit of BIOL 011.

Grades for BIOL 011 are S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory). If you pass your principal course, you will receive an S for BIOL 011.

Your instructor will provide you with further information about the Biology Practicum and the hours it meets this term.

Human Biology Lecture (BIOL 164)

BIOL 164 (Instructors: M. Bolke, W. Cushwa, L. Redmond)

Human Biology Lab(BIOL 165)

BIOL 165 (Instructors: M. Bolke, A. Campbell,L. Redmond)

Lab Manuals (For all face-to-face lab sections)
Lists of Things to Know for Each Practical (For all face-to-face lab sections)

Microbiology(BIOL& 260)

BIOL& 260 (Instructors: R. Anitori, R. Kustusch, J. Marsh)

Syllabi

BIOL& 260 Summer 2014 Syllabus for J. Marsh and R. Anitori

Information for Students and Physicians

Lecture Notes for J. Marsh's Lecture Notes
Study Guides for J. Marsh's Study Guides
Lecture Notes for R. Anitori's Lecture Materials ONLY for weeks 5—8
Laboratory Modules - J. Marsh and R. Anitori
Unknowns Project Information - R. Anitori and J. Marsh
Research Project - J. Marsh