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Lewis, Steve - Spring 2010
Course Title: Pharmacology of Addiction
Course: DAAC.1304.42001
Instructor Information:

Steve Lewis

Office:  A200D – Phone:  Montgomery (936) 273-7044;

Home:  (936) 856-2024    FAX:  (936) 273-7443

E-mail:  steve.r.lewis@lonestar.edu

My office hours are 8 to 11am and 1 to 2pm Mondays and Fridays, and 8:00 to 11:00 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I will also be available before or after regularly scheduled class time and by appointment
Dean and /or Department chair contact information:
Name: Cootz, Jared
Location: LSC-Montgomery
Office Phone: (936)273-7048
Bld/Office: A/200-H
Email: Jared.D.Cootz@lonestar.edu
Title: Professor, Sociology
Position: MC Professor, Sociology,MC MC Adjunct Faculty, Sociology
Website: http://www.lonestar.edu/blogs/jcootz
Classroom Behavior:

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ADA Statement:

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Software Piracy:

Law strictly prohibits unauthorized copying of software purchased by LSCS for use in laboratories. Administration will take appropriate disciplinary action against anyone violating copyright laws.

Computer Virus Portection:

Computer viruses are, unfortunately, a fact of life. Using storage media on more than one computer creates the possibility of infecting computers and diskettes with a computer virus. This exposes the computers of the campus, your personal computer, and any others you may be using to potentially damaging viruses. The campus has aggressive anti-virus procedures in place to protect its computers, but cannot guarantee that a virus might not temporarily infect one of its machines. It is your responsibility to protect all computers under your control and use and ensure that each storage devices you use, whenever or wherever you use it, has been scanned with anti-virus software. Since new viruses arise continually, your anti-virus software must be kept current. And, since no anti-virus software will find every virus, keeping copies of data (backups) is extremely important.

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