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THOMAS SHERIDAN, 2nd year Chemistry Graduate Student
Major: Northwestern University College/Employer: Not available. Year of Graduation: G 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Not Available. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)S612: Magic Space Balloons and You: Molecular Orbitals and How Chemistry Really Works in Rainstorm Spring 2021 (May. 15  16, 2021)
We will learn about the basics behind molecular orbitals and bonding in molecules. This course will go over (very briefly) how to make molecular orbital diagrams, the geometry behind molecular orbitals, and the conceptual basis behind how bonding actually happens.
M613: How to Lose Money On The Internet: Political Statistics and Prediction Markets in Rainstorm Spring 2021 (May. 15  16, 2021)
In this course, we will learn about the basics of probability (outcomes, probabilities, expected value) focusing on how these concepts are applied to realworld prediction markets. We will also look at how polling is conducted, and how accurate (or inaccurate!) it can be.
M519: How to Lose Money On The Internet: Political Statistics and Prediction Markets in Rainstorm Fall 2020 (Dec. 05  06, 2020)
In this course, we will learn about the basics of probability (outcomes, probabilities, expected value) focusing on how these concepts are applied to realworld prediction markets. We will also look at how polling is conducted, and how accurate (or inaccurate!) it can be.
S520: Magic Space Balloons and You: Molecular Orbitals and How Chemistry Really Works in Rainstorm Fall 2020 (Dec. 05  06, 2020)
We will learn about the basics behind molecular orbitals and bonding in molecules. This course will go over (very briefly) how to make molecular orbital diagrams, the geometry behind molecular orbitals, and the conceptual basis behind how bonding actually happens.
M14: How to Lose Money On The Internet: Political Statistics and Prediction Markets in Rainstorm Spring 2020 (May. 30  31, 2020)
In this course, we will learn about the basics of probability (outcomes, probabilities, expected value) focusing on how these concepts are applied to realworld prediction markets. We will also look at how polling is conducted, and how accurate (or inaccurate!) it can be.
