FIRST YEAR SEMINAR

 

Additional First-Year Seminar Sections:

91892

FSEM I DG First Year Seminar

David Gruber

. T . Th .

3:10 4:30 pm

ASP 302

N/A

 

91895

FSEM I MC2 First Year Seminar

Megan Callaghan

. T . . F

1:30 2:50 pm

OLINLC 210

N/A

 

 

ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER COURSES

 

Professors announced:

91579

ARC 107 Intensive ESL

Ester Flaim

M T W Th .

M T W Th .

10:30 11:30 am

1:30 2:30 pm

HDR 101A/

OLIN

N/A

 

91497

ARC 215 Essays and Evidence

Jane Smith

. T . Th .

3:10 4:30 pm

OLIN 306

N/A

 

91491

ARC 235 Composition Theory

and Pedagogy

Jim Keller

. . W . F

11:50 1:10 pm

OLIN 305

N/A

 

DIVISION OF LANGUAGES & LITERATURE

 

Room change:

91266

JAPN 303 Advanced Japanese III

Michiko Baribeau

. T . Th .

11:50 1:10 pm

OLIN 308

FLLC

 

Course cancelled: (see Prof. Habinek regarding tutorial)

91312

LIT 3262 Culture and Breeding in 18th Century British Literature

Lianne Habinek

. T . . .

1:30 -3:50 pm

OLIN 307

ELIT

 

DIVISION OF SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & COMPUTING

 

New course:

91898

CMSC 115 Intro to Computing: Simulating Reality

Sven Anderson

. T .Th .

3:10 -5:10 pm

RKC 100

MATC

Cross-listed: Cognitive Science How do rumors and fashions spread in society?  What properties make a person or web page powerful?  This introduction to modeling and simulation is intended for students who are interested in answering such questions using computer modeling.  This semester we will focus
on social networks and incorporate elements of game theory to explain aggregate behavior in crowds, social networks, and other structured institutions.  Students will create and explore several different simulation model types drawn from a variety of disciplines, including artificial intelligence, economics, environmental science, and
political science.  Students will gain a practical understanding of how to combine mathematical modeling, computer simulation, and data analysis as they build simulation models designed to answer a practical need and/or scientific question.  No prior knowledge of computer programming is required.  Prerequisite: a passing score on Part Two of the Mathematics Diagnostic.

 

Course cancelled: (see Prof. Anderson regarding tutorial)

91179

CMSC 351 Artificial Intelligence

Sven Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

Professor announced / section added:

91199

PHYS 118 A Light and Color

Asim Mubeen

M . W. .

1:30 3:30 pm

ROSE 108

SCI

 

91200

PHYS 118 B Light and Color

Asim Mubeen

. T . Th .

11:50 1:10 pm

ROSE 108

SCI

 

91857

PHYS 118 C Light and Color

Asim Mubeen

. T . Th .

10:10 12:10 pm

ROSE 108

SCI

 

DIVISION OF SOCIAL STUDIES

 

Schedule/Professor change:

91328

HIST 101 The Making of Europe to 1815

Alheli Alvarado-Diaz

. T . Th .

3:10 - 4:30 pm

RKC 115

HIST

 

PHIL 237 is open to First-Year students.