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McMaster Science Cares with Linda Davis

Linda's son in the office"This is my home “office” aka my dining table.  The future Mac grad (bottom left) is not loving the transition to online learning.

I think about how the academic year was cut short for our students – and it just doesn't seem fair. A lot of people are making a lot of sacrifices right now, our students have as well. I hope that next year they get to enjoy all the good and bad that comes with a normal, in-person, spring exam session; that they get to say a proper goodbye to their friends; that none of us have to leave campus under the shadow of a worldwide pandemic.

Stay healthy, physically and mentally. See you in the fall. Thanks for the memes!"

-Linda Davis, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Students in McMaster’s Faculty of Science are greatly missed by all our faculty members and staff. Look for more #MacSciCares messages of reassurance and hope in the days ahead. For the latest McMaster COVID-19 updates, please go to covid19.mcmaster.ca.
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McMaster Science Cares with Paul Harrison

Prof Paul“I know courses must seem particularly difficult at this stressful time, and not least for those in the organic chemistry class!  But stay positive, stay on track, and rest assured that we are doing everything we can to ensure you all get a fair grade at the end of the session.”

- Paul Harrison, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Students in McMaster’s Faculty of Science are greatly missed by all our faculty members and staff. Look for more #MacSciCares messages of reassurance and hope in the days ahead. For the latest McMaster COVID-19 updates, please go to covid19.mcmaster.ca.
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McMaster Science Cares with Jose Moran-Mirabal

Jose"This is me from my recently installed home office, where I connect daily with my undergraduate and graduate students. I have been impressed with everyone's ability to adapt to these unusual circumstances and am particularly proud of the demonstrations of resilience, kindness and compassion from our students. I look forward to getting back to our classrooms to do more fun chemistry demonstrations and interact with all the bright and inspiring young minds at McMaster."

- Jose Moran-Mirabal, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Students in McMaster’s Faculty of Science are greatly missed by all our faculty members and staff. Look for more #MacSciCares messages of reassurance and hope in the days ahead. For the latest McMaster COVID-19 updates, please go to covid19.mcmaster.ca.

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McMaster Science Cares with Sharonna Greenberg

Webp.net resizeimage 2“It is not easy to learn online or to stay motivated to keep up with your schoolwork. Feel free to reach out to your professors and visit us virtually: we are here to help and you shouldn't feel you have to do it all alone. P.S. - as much as I love my kids, I prefer teaching the "big kids"! I miss my students.”
- Sharonna Greenberg, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Students in McMaster’s Faculty of Science are greatly missed by all our faculty members and staff. Look for more #MacSciCares messages of reassurance and hope in the days ahead. For the latest McMaster COVID-19 updates, please go to covid19.mcmaster.ca.

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