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Spring 2016

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Discussion section meetings begin Tuesday, March 29, so please choose your section assignment immediately. Lectures begin Monday, March 28.

Important Enrollment Information: All students in Math 51 must use CourseWork (not Axess) to register for a discussion section; please follow the steps below. No CourseWork section registration is necessary for Math 51A (ACE) students; see below for ACE discussion section information.

  1. First, use Axess to register for your choice of course lecture: number 01, 03, 04, or 05. (All of the lectures use an "active learning" structure, so just choose the lecture that best fits your schedule, subject to availability.)

    Lect# Time (MWF) Room Instructor
    01 9:30a-10:20a 380-Y Prof. Riddhipratim Basu
    03 10:30a-11:20a McCullough 115 Dr. Mark Lucianovic
    04 11:30a-12:20p McCullough 115 Dr. Mark Lucianovic
    05 1:30a-2:20p 380-X Prof. Riddhipratim Basu

    ACE Lecture (Math 51A): Attend either lecture 03 or 04 above (Dr. Mark Lucianovic), and Valentin Buciumas's discussion session Tuesday/Thursday 1:30p-3:20p, room 380-380Y. (Do not follow step 2.)

  2. Within about 6-24 hours of completing step 1, you will be able to sign into CourseWork, enter the Math 51 area, and register for your choice of section. If there is no more room, you must choose another section. You cannot receive credit for written work unless you register for a discussion section.

    Disc# Time (TTh) Room TA
    06 9:30a-10:20a 380-380Y Zev Rosengarten
    07 9:30a-10:20a 380-380D Ben Bond
    08 10:30a-11:20a 380-381T (new!) Ben Bond
    09 10:30a-11:20a Herrin T185 Lisa Sauermann
    10 10:30a-11:20a 380-380F (new!) Erik Bates
    11 11:30a-12:20p Econ 218 Zev Rosengarten
    12 11:30a-12:20p Green Earth Science 134 Inbar Klang
    13 11:30a-12:20p Herrin T185 Lisa Sauermann
    14 12:30a-1:20p 380-380X Erik Bates
    15 12:30p-1:20p 380-380Y Inbar Klang


Spring 2016 -- Department of Mathematics, Stanford University
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