Fall 2012 Engineering Schedule

Course No.InstructorTimeRoom
ESC140KI. BrazinskyT2-4, W11-12427
ChE 131I. BrazinskyT11-12, W1-3427
ChE 142B. DavisT2-4, W11-12503
ChE 421B. DavisW4-5, Th12-2106, LL210
ChE 162.1AD. LepekTh12-4304
ChE 445D. LepekT11-12, Th9-11LL210
ChE 152C. OkoraforM11-1, W9-11104
ChE 490C. OkoraforW12-3LL210
ESC 170C. OkoraforM1-3, W3-4104
ChE 162.1BR. StockW12-4304
ChE 161.1R. StockM1-3, Th11-12427
ESC 000.1R. StockM12-1Rose/427
ESC 000.2R. StockTh2-3Rose/101
CE 342J. AhmadTh2-5503
CE 363AJ. AhmadT2-5504
CE 363BJ. CataldoT2-5504
ESC 140CJ. CataldoT10-12, W10-11504
CE 447J. CataldoT9-10, W11-1504, 106
CE 331V. GuidoM11-1, Th11-12503
CE432V. GuidoM2-4, Th1-2503
CE 363CV. GuidoT2-5504
CE 121C. TzavelisW12-1, Th3-5, W2-5504, 504, LL220
EID 101BC. TzavelisT11-12, Th12-2Rose/104
CE 141C. YapijakisM5-7, Th2-3, T2-5504, 504, LL201/104
CE414C. YapijakisTh6-9106
CE 351LennonW6-9503
ESC 100CHapijT6-9504
ESC 110CLimaT2-4, F2-3505, 505
CE/EID 425SmilowitzM6-9503
ECE 121BH. AhmadM1-3, Th2-3LL210, 105
ECE 140H. AhmadT2-4, Th4-5502, 503
ECE 425H. AhmadM10-12, Th1-2LL210, 105
ECE 142AT. CumberbatchW10-12, Th3-4502, 105
ECE 142BT. CumberbatchW2-4, Th4-5502, 105
ECE 195AT. CumberbatchT2-6106
EID 101AT. CumberbatchT11-12, Th12-2Rose/101, Rose 101
EID 101ES. KirtmanT11-12, Th12-2Rose/305, Rose/106
ECE 101LF. FontaineT10-12505
ECE 101AF. FontaineF8-9503
ECE 101BF. FontaineF9-10503
ECE 416F. FontaineT-9-10, Th9-11LL210, 106
ECE 114AS. KeeneM3-5, T5-6104, 104
ECE 114BS. KeeneT6-8, W4-5104
ECE 414S. KeeneT11-12, W2-4105, 106
ECE 161S. KirtmanW12-3104
ECE 193 A/BS. KirtmanT2-5 (alternating wks)604
ECE 165C. SableW12-2101
ECE 195BC. SableT2-6201
ECE 464C. SableW4-6, Th11-12101, LL210
ECE 466J. HaknerTh6-9105
ECE 431HausmanW6-9105
ECE 313T. HoerningT6-9106
EID 424KremenicM5-8LL101
EID 365R. MaranoM3-6101
ECE 150Y. RisbudTh6-9104
ECE 121AS. ShinnersM11-2502
ECE 132S. ShinnersF11-2502
ESC 120/121KUngarM9-11, Th11-12504, 505
CS 102A/CLentM5-6, T5-6506, 505
CS 102A/CB. CusackTh9-10503
CS 102B/DHopkinsW4-6506
CS 102B/DB. CusackF9-10505
CS 102ES. CusackW6-8506
CS 102EB. CusackW9-10504
ME 151LBaglioneT2-5506
ME 151L A F10-11709
ME 151L B F11-12709
ME 151L C F1-2709
ME 151L D F2-3709
ME163BaglioneTh2-5505
 E. Lima  
 Wei  
EID 101CDelagramT11-12, Th12-2Rose/503, Rose/427
ESC 110ME. LimaW2-4, F1-2506
ESC 130MSidebothamM10-12, W10-11506
ME 140SidebothamM3-4, W12-2427, 503
ESC 100MSidebothamT4-6, Th11-12427, 502
EID 101DD. WoottonT11-12, Th12-2Rose/106, Rose/502
ESC 140MD. WoottonW1-3, F12-1504
ME/EID 440D. WoottonW12-1, F10-12427, 106
ME 312S. WeiW2-5505
ME 363BambinoW6-9106
EID 170R. BarrettT2-5105
EID 370R. BarrettT6-9105
ESC 110CLimaT2-4, F2-3505
ME 408BondiM6-9505/802
ME/EID 105R. DellTh6-9427
ME 100KuttTh11-2504
ME 141KuttM11-2505
ME 412MarW6-9104
BIO 102D. OrbachTh6-9101
EID 320D. OrbachM5-8104
EID 120OrishimoW6-9502
ME 120ReillyT6-9427
EID 374T. SynnottT4-6, Th12-1503, 803
ME 415YuTh6-9502
ESC 130CGutierrezM1-3, W1-2101, 502
CH 110ABastosT6-8, Th6-8505
CH 110BSharafeddinM6-8, W6-8101
CH 110DIsseroffM4-6, W2-4105, 101
CH 110ESavizkyW12-2, F10-12105, 104
CH 111 C1BastosTh2-51st Hr 801, 404
CH 111 C2WienerF1-41st Hr 106, 404
CH 160 C1NewmarkM1-3, W12-2506
CH 160 C2TopperT2-4, F9-11101
CH 231SavizkyTh11-1, F1-2105
CH 251ANewmarkF12-41st hr 106, 407
CH 251BSavizkyM1-51st hr 105, 407
CH 251CKolackTh12-41st HR201, 407
CH 261TopperT9-11, F11-12105
CH 333BoveW 12-1801
MA 110AE. SchweitzerM3-5506
MA 110CMintchevM3-5505
MA 110BR. SmythM3-5502
MA 110DBailynF1-3503
MA 110EE. SchweitzerW4-6504
MA 111AP. BailynT4-5, W2-4, F10-12505, 105, 505
MA 111BMintchevW9-11, T5-6, Th9-11503, 504, 504
MA 111DL. VulakhM1-3, W12-2, F10-11504, 505, 504
MA 111ESmythM1-2, Th2-4, F12-2503, 502, 104
MA113CL. VulakhM9-10, W9-11, F11-1101, 427, 427
MA223 K/EAgrawalT11-12, F9-11506, 506
MA 223C/MSimonT11-12, Th12-2502, 505
MA 224CSrubshchikT9-11, F12-1506
MA 224KR. SmythTh6-7, F3-5506, 502
MA 224.1O. AgrawalM9-11, Th11-12104
MA 240ESimonT4-6, Th11-12101
MA 240MBailynT9-11, W12-1503, 502
MA 326MintchevM9-11, T9-10505
PH 213LWolfM3-5, W11-12, F11-12Rose Aud
PH 213KYesilevskiyT6-8101
PH 213CChavesM9-11502
PH 213EAkkermanM12-2LL101
PH 213SMarienkoF9-11502
PH 213MAkkermanW4-6502
PH 291LDebroyTh3-4Rose Aud
PH 291KDebroyW4-6301
PH 291CTevlinW12-2301
PH 291EDebroyTh12-2301
PH 291MChavesT2-4301
PH 291STevlinM12-2301
PH/EID 215TBATh6-9301
PH/EID 330TenneyW4-5, F2-4105, 504

 

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