Seattle Central CC Chemistry




TEXTBOOKS (and required materials)

- Dr. Heather Clary
- Dr. Erin Gibbons
- Dr. Esmaeel Naeemi
- Dr. Kenneth Quayle
- Dr. Tom Schultz
- Dr. Marie Villarba
- Dr. Doug Wick



Calibrated Peer Review (CPR)

Chemistry Program Map

Science and Math (SAM)

Seattle Central Main Page


Welcome to the Seattle Central Community College (SCCC) Chemistry Department Website

The faculty and staff of the Seattle Central Community College chemistry department are committed to providing its students with an excellent education in chemistry that interests both science and non-science students, guides career decisions, develops critical-thinking skills, motivates students to positively affect their local and global environment, and stimulates lifelong collaborative learning. We are dedicated to providing a collaborative environment in which faculty and staff can work and develop new tools that enhance teaching and maintain expertise. Given the safety concerns of this laboratory science we also strive to maintain a safe learning and working environment for our students, staff, and faculty.

Contact Information

Dr. Doug Wick
Department Coordinator/Chair
Phone: 206-934-5402

Science and Math Division
1701 Broadway SAM 110
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206-934-3859

(Faculty Tutoring)

Monday (SAM 405)
Tuesday (SAM 403)
10-11am Erin Gibbons or Tom Schultz 10-11am Tom Schultz

Esmaeel Naeemi (Organic)

11am-12pm Esmaeel Naeemi (Organic)
12-1pm Doug Wick 12-1pm TBA
1-2pm Heather Clary or Marie Villarba 1-2pm Kenneth Quayle or Jessica Wittman

Andrew Bierbaum or
Marie Villarba

2-3pm Andrew Bierbaum, Kenneth Quayle, or Jessica Wittman
3-4pm TBA
3-4pm Katherine Bryant
Chemistry student tutors are also available Monday-Thursday from 9am-6pm and
Friday from 9am-5pm in the SAM Learning Center (SAM 100)

About the Seattle Central College Chemistry Department

The SCCC chemistry program has been in existence since 1966. At one time the program provided courses for a chemical technology certificate but the certificate curriculum was dropped about 15 years ago. Currently the faculty provide a curriculum that meets the needs of students transferring to a four-year institution of higher education, retraining for employment in the biotechnology industry, obtaining prerequisites for a health career (nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, physical therapy, dental hygiene, alternative medicine, instrument technology, and medicine), and seeking an associate degree (AA, AS, AS-T).

This Website is maintained by Marie Villarba.