Proposed STE Schedule AY 2000-2001

10/01/99 version by D.Jaffe

 

 

Fall 2000

Winter 2001

Spring 2001

Day

Night

Day

Night

Day

Night

BLS 300

BLS-300 Chuck

M-W, anytime

Core classes

Env Chem-Chuck

T-Th 845-1050 am or

T-Th 330-535 pm

Ecology-Warren

MW

545-750 pm

or T-Th 545-750 pm

Ecology-Martha

MW 115-320 pm or

MW 330-535 pm

Enviro Chem Lab- Dan

W 330-535 pm, F 1030-230

Ecological Methods Lab-Warren

W 330-535 pm

F 1030-230

Breadth classes

Marine ecology-Martha (M 845-1050am, W 800-1050 am both days in lab classroom)

GEI-Dan

M-W 545-745 or 8-10 pm

EE-Martha

MW 330-535 pm

or MW 115-320 pm

Chuck- Quantum Mechanics

MW 8-10 or TTh 8-10

GEI-Dan

MW 845-1050 am

Or MW 11-1

EE-Warren

MW 545-750

or TTh 545-750

Other 300 level

Envir Prac. sem. (Warren)

W only 8-10 pm

Wetlands ecology-Warren

TTh 11-1 or MW 11-1

Population, demographic, health or New hire ( breadth ?)

T-Th 545-750 pm or TTh 545-750 pm

Computer classroom

BLS 315 Stats- New hire

T-Th 330-535 pm

or

M-W 330-535 pm

Advanced statistics -New hire

MW 845-1050 or MW 11-1

Computer based modeling of

New hire

MW 845-1050 am or MW 11-1

BLS 315, Stats-New hire

TTh 8-10 pm or MW 545-750 pm

400 level

Air Poll. and Health-Dan

M-W 11-1 or

TTh 11-1

 

Watershed Management-Warren

T Th 545-750

Or T Th 8-10

Biotech-Steve

TTh 845-1050 or MW 845-1050

 

Conservation Bio- Martha

MW 8-10 pm

Science policy- Steve-

MW 115-320 pm

Or 330-535 pm

Energy and Society-Chuck (Non-wasac)

MW 545-750 pm or TTh 545-750 pm

WASAC

Undergrad research in Enviro Science-Warren TTh 11-1 or

TTh 845-1050 am

Lab class

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Courses = 25

Jackels=4

2

1

1

Jaffe=4

1

1

1

1

Gold=6

1+

1

1

2

1

Groom=4

2

1

1

+ (FHL wasac)

Collins=2

1

1

New hire in math =5

1

1

1

1

1

 

 

Notes:

Marine ecology (fall 2000) should be in lab classroom and requires one almost 3 hour block, thus this unusual time on Wed. morning (M 845-1050 am, W 800-1050 am). All lab classes can be scheduled with both class days in a lab classroom. Where two times are listed, the first time is our first choice. Where only one time is listed, there is a strong preference for that time.