BIO210

Genetics

Fall 2013

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If you ever have questions that you can't answer yourself using the textbook, the Web, or even (gasp!) thinking, realize that there are a lot of additional resources available to you: your classmates and me. Don't be shy about asking for help. This is part of my job, and one which I don't shirk. Depending on what the problem is, the most reliable method to contact me is probably email (I sometimes don't realize I have voicemail for a day or two). My email address is cjones [at] moravian [dot] edu and my office (and lab) phone number is 610-861-1614.

If you need to speak with me sometime when I'm not on campus (a rare event!), call me at home any time between 9 am and 9 pm. Students often tell me they don't feel comfortable calling me at home because they think I mind. Consider the logic here: there's nothing that says I have to give you my home phone number, yet I have done so in class. So why would I give you that number if I didn't want you to use it? Note that "use" is not the same thing as "abuse": don't call me at 3 am the day before an assignment is due and expect much sympathy (or pleasant conversation)!

Here's a copy of my current class schedule. My official office hours are from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Mondays. If I'm not in my office (Room 310, Collier Hall of Science), try my lab (Room 233, Collier Hall of Science — between the elevator and the loading dock on the main floor). That said, feel free to get hold of me any time; if I can't spare the time to talk then, I'll tell you so, and we can set up an appointment at our mutual convenience.

For reasons that are not entirely clear to me, Moravian College considers this to be a personal page. Therefore it is incumbent on me to point out that "The views expressed on this page are the responsibility of the author, Christopher Jones (cjones-at-moravian-dot-edu) and do not necessarily reflect Moravian College or Moravian Theological Seminary policies or official positions."