October 2009


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"Diane St. Germain" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 27 Oct 2009 17:12:31 -0400
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Dear MMB Students,
The spring 2010 schedule is available for viewing now on Patriot Web 
<>.  *Please plan out your spring schedule now 
and be ready **to register **beginning Nov. 2**.   * I have gotten many 
inquiries from non-degree students about coursework to take in spring, 
so I believe the courses are going to fill up quickly once non-degree 
registration opens on Nov. 18. 

Your registration time ticket can be obtained by logging in to Patriot 
web and choosing the "Registration" area of Student Services.  Graduate 
students do have priority registration beginning on Nov. 2, but since 
the courses are open to non-degree students also you'll need to register 
early to ensure a spot in the class.  This is especially true for the 
seminars, BIOL 695 / BIOS 704.

If you will be taking BIOS 740 _and_ Dr. van Hoek's Monday BIOL 695 
seminar please note that they only meet for part of the term, and do not 
actually conflict.  However, Patriot Web will still block you from 
registering for both so you'll need to email me before you register.   
There are only 12 seats available in BIOS 740 so that will also fill up 
quickly.  Remember that in addition to BIOS and BIOL, BINF courses can 
also be used for your degree program.  Please contact me if you have 
questions about coursework for your particular concentration.

If you will be registering for directed studies or directed research 
credits, two forms are needed -- individualized section form and 
directed studies --  all found on the MMB "forms" page 

*Students who will need lab rotations (BIOS 703), dissertation proposal 
(BIOS 998), Master's thesis or project (BIOL 799 or 798) credits, please 
email me when you receive this notice.
As always, I enjoy hearing from you so feel free to contact me with any 
questions or concerns.

Thank you !

Diane St. Germain


Diane St. Germain

Coordinator, Biology and Biosciences

Graduate Academic Programs**

*Molecular and Microbiology Dept.*

*George** Mason University*

MS 1H8, 10900 University Blvd. Manassas, VA 20110

*Phone* (703) 993-4263, *Fax* (703) 993-8976**