Spring 2012 Engineering Schedule

Course No.InstructorTimeRoom
ChE 121R. StockM1-3427
ChE 121R. StockTH11-12427
ChE 141D. LepekT2-4427
ChE 141D. LepekTh9-11427/806
ChE 151B. DavisT4-5502
ChE 151B. DavisW10-12427
ChE 161.2AC. OkoraforM12-2104
ChE 161.2AC. OkoraforT9-11104
ChE 161.2BB. DavisM12-2105
ChE 161.2BB. DavisT9-11105
ChE 162.2AD. LepekTh12-4304
ChE 162.2BR. StockW12-4304
ChE 430I. BrazinskyM3-5427
ChE 430I. BrazinskyW5-6427
ChE 441D. LepekW9-12104
ChE 447B. DavisW4-5427
ChE 447B. DavisTh10-12106
ChE 460C. OkoraforW12-3106
Ch 111 AWienerT2-3105
Ch 111 BTopperF9-12305/404
Ch 111 D1BastosW2-5305/404
Ch 111 D2NewmarkT9-12305/404
Ch 111 E1BastosM1-4305/404
Ch 111 E2WienerF1-4305/404
Ch 160 AR. TopperM9-11105
Ch 160 AR. TopperTh9-11105
Ch 160 BR. SavizkyM1-3505
Ch 160 BR. SavizkyW1-3506
Ch 160 DSharafaddinM6-8504
Ch 160 DSharafaddinW6-8504
Ch 232J. BovéW1-3505
Ch 233 AR. SavizkyF12-4305/403
Ch 233 BK. KolackM2-6305/403
Ch 233 CK. KolackTh12-4305/403
Ch 233 DChungT2-6305/403
Ch 262A. NewmarkW12-2503
Ch 440R. SavizkyM10-12106
Ch 440R. SavizkyF10-11106
CE 120ViolaT5-8505
CE 122C. TzavelisM2-5504
CE 122C. TzavelisM2-5504
CE 131AV. GuidoTh1-4LL222/504
CE 131BK. NgT2-5LL222/802-803
CE 131LV. GuidoM11-1504
CE 131LV. GuidoTh11-12504
CE 142J. CataldoT10-12504
CE 142J. CataldoW10-11504
CE 142J. CataldoW11-2LL223/504
CE 341SmilowitzM6-9505
CE 361AC. YapijakisW2-5504
CE 361BC. TzavelisW2-5504
CE 364AJ. CataldoT2-5504
CE 364BV. GuidoT2-5504
CE 364CC. TzavelisT2-5504
CE 426ShmerkowskyW6-9427
CE 434ChangTh6-9427
CE 440C. YapijakisT5-8502
CE 441C. YapijakisM5-8LL101
ESC 000.2R. StockM12-1ROSE/502
ESC 000.4R. StockW11-12ROSE/502
ESC 101CHapijTh6-9504
ESC 101MWoottonT10-12427
ESC 101MWoottonM3-4104
ESC 110.1C. OkoraforT11-12503
ESC 110.1C. OkoraforT2-4503
ESC120/121CS. ShinnersF10-11,F12-2101, 504
ESC120/121MUngarM9-11505
ESC120/121MUngarW9-10505
ESC120/121SJackmanM6-9502
ESC 130.1I. BrazinskyM10-12427
ESC 130.1I. BrazinskyW12-1427
ESC 161M. BaglioneT3-5506
ESC 161M. BaglioneTh1-2506
ECE 103S. KeeneW12-1104
ECE 103S. KeeneF11-1105
ECE 110AF. FontaineT8-9802-803
ECE 110BK. TienW5-6802
ECE 110CHongW6-7802
ECE 111LF. FontaineT9-11505
ECE 111A/BF. FontaineF8-9/9-10502/502
ECE 141AH. AhmadM3-5502
ECE 141AH. AhmadTh3-4502
ECE 141BH. AhmadT2-4502
ECE 141BH. AhmadTh4-5502
ECE 135TBAM3-5503
ECE 135TBATh12-2503
ECE 150AY. RisbudTh6-9502
ECE 150BKupfersteinW6-9104
ECE 151AA. BerenbaumM6-9104
ECE 151BS. KirtmanW12-3105
ECE 161S. KirtmanW3-6502
ECE 164C. SableTh1-3101
ECE 194AH. AhmadM10-2605
ECE 194BS. KirtmanT2-6605
ECE 196AC. SableT2-5201
ECE 196BTBAT2-5801
ECE 196CT. CumberbatchT2-5106
ECE 302S. KeeneW1-2502
ECE 302S. KeeneF2-4502
ECE 314T. HoerningM5-8503
ECE 341T. CumberbatchW10-12106
ECE 341T. CumberbatchTh11-12101
ECE 357J. HaknerT6-9105
ECE 361C. SableW2-4101
ECE 361C. SableTh4-5101
ECE 405HausmanW6-9105
ECE 408S. KeeneW4-6106
ECE 408S. KeeneTh2-3502
ECE/MA 415F. Fontaine & O. AgrawalT11-12502
ECE/MA 415F. Fontaine & O. AgrawalTh9-11502
ECE 421S. ShinnersM11-2503
ECE 434N. TandonT6-9104
ECE 460R. MaranoM3-6LL210
ECE 469C. SableW11-12503
ECE 469C. SableTh6-8503
EID 103E. LimaT2-4505
EID 103E. LimaF2-3505
EID 110K. PanchykW11-2806
EID 124D. WoottonM12-2506
EID 124D. WoottonTh12-1506
EID 125K. OrishimoW6-9502
EID/CE 142J. CataldoT10-12504
EID/CE 142J. CataldoW10-11504
EID/CE 142J. CataldoW11-2LL223/504
EID 170BarrettT2-5104
EID 325OrbachTh6-9105
EID 357T. CumberbatchW1-2104
EID 357T. CumberbatchTh1-3106
EID 370R. BarrettT6-9506
EID 376T. SynnottM12-2106
EID 376T. SynnottTh12-1106
Bio 101D. OrbachT6-9427
ME 101M. BaglioneM2-4506
ME 101M. BaglioneTh10-11104
ME 130G.DelagrammatikasT10-12LL101
ME 130G.DelagrammatikasTh11-12LL101
ME 131SidebothamM2-5105
ME 142SidebothamM11-12802
ME 142SidebothamW10-12105
ME/EID 105R. DellTh6-9104
ME/EID 153B. CusackW9-10105
ME/EID 153B. CusackTh9-11505
ME 155AE. LimaTh3-5503
ME 155AE. LimaF10-11503
ME 155BE. LimaTh10-12503
ME 155BE. LimaF12-1503
ME 160AG.Delagrammatikas, ConsiglioT2-5LL210
ME 160BSidebotham, ConsiglioW2-5LL210
ME 160A/BG.Delagrammatikas, Consiglio, SidebothTh1-2505
ME 164Wootton, Wei, Delagrammatikas, BaglioneTh2-5505
ME 300KuttW10-1505
ME 320ReillyT6-9503
ME 407BondiM6-9101/802
ME 432D. SpeyerW6-9503
ME/EID 458S. WeiW2-5503
MA 113AR. SmythM3-5505
MA 113AR. SmythTh11-1505
MA 113AR. SmythF11-12505
MA 113BE. SchweitzerM3-5LL101
MA 113BE. SchweitzerF2-5LL101
MA 113EL. VulakhM9-11504
MA 113EL. VulakhW9-11506
MA 113EL. VulakhF11-12504
MA 151P. BailynW6-9505
MA 223C1SrubschikT9-11101
MA 223C1SrubschikF11-12101
MA 223C2SimonT11-12101
MA 223C2SimonTh9-11101
MA 224 ESrubschikT11-12105
MA 224 ESrubschikF12-2104
MA 224 MP. BailynT2-3506
MA 224 MP. BailynF1-3506
MA 240 CSimonW12-2101
MA 240 CSimonTh1-2104
MA 240 KMintchevT9-11506
MA 240 KMintchevM12-1427
MA 240 SMintchevTh11-1502
MA 240 SMintchevT4-5503
MA 345R. SmythM1-3502
MA 345R. SmythF1-2427
MA 326MintchevM9-10104
MA 326MintchevTh9-11504
MA 351O. AgrawalM8-10503
MA 351O. AgrawalT8-9, F1-2502
MA 352L. VulakhM12-1505
MA 352L. VulakhF9-11504
MA/ECE 415F. Fontaine & O. AgrawalT11-12,Th9-11502
MA 417O. AgrawalF11-1305
Ph 112 LA. WolfM11-12Rose AUD
Ph 112 LA. WolfTh2-3Rose AUD
Ph 112 LA. WolfTh3-4 X-TRARose AUD
Ph 112 LA. WolfF12-1Rose AUD
Ph 112 A Th6-8101
Ph 112 B T6-8101
Ph 112 C Th10-12506
Ph 112 D W9-11101
Ph 112 E T4-6101
PH 166TBAT11-12104
PH 166TBATh11-1104
PH 214 LR. UglesichM1-2RoseAUD
PH 214 LR. UglesichW3-4X-TRARoseAUD
PH 214 LR. UglesichW4-5RoseAUD
PH 214 LR. UglesichF11-12RoseAUD
PH 214 KR. UglesichW10-12503
PH 214 C Th12-1105
PH 214 E Th11-12105
PH 214 M M11-12502
PH 214 S M10-11502
PH/EID 331R. UglesichM5-7106
PH/EID 331R. UglesichF2-5609
PH 328M. CuellarTh3-5LL210
PH 328M. CuellarF3-5503
PH 360A. WolfTh6-9301

 

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