Homecoming 2018

List of Open Classes for Friday, November 9


Find course descriptions in the Course Catalog

Classes marked with an asterisk (*) have limited space for guests.
Classes marked with two asterisks (**) are taught entirely in the language indicated in the course name.

8:30 A.M. - 9:50 a.m.

ARAB -201-01, Second Year Arabic I**, George May, Barrett 105
ARAB-101-01, First-Year Arabic I**, Mohamed Hassan, Johnson Chapel 202

9 - 9:50 a.m.

MATH-211-01, Multivariable Calculus, Robert Benedetto, Seeley Mudd 014
CHEM-161-01, Chemical Principles, Stephen Cartier, Science Center E108
MATH-111-02, Intro to the Calculus, Amalia Culiuc, Seeley Mudd 207
CHEM-155-01, Fundamtl Chem Principles, Joseph Kushick, Science Center A011
CHEM-151-01, Introductory Chemistry, Mark Marshall, Science Center E110
MATH-105-01, Calculus with Algebra, Nathan Pflueger, Seeley Mudd 205
MATH-284-01, Numerical Analysis, Karamatou Y. Djima, Webster 102

10 - 10:50 a.m.

COSC-247-0, Machine Learning, Scott Alfeld, Science Center A131
MATH-111-03, Intro to the Calculus, Ryan Alvarado, Seeley Mudd 207
BIOL-181-01, Adaptation and Organism, Ethan Clotfelter, Science Center A011
MATH-272-01, Linear Algebra W Applicat, Amalia Culiuc, Seeley Mudd 205
COSC-311-01, Algorithms, Kristen Gardner, Seeley Mudd 206
GERM-205-01, Intermediate German**, Heidi Gilpin, Converse 209
STAT-135-04, Intro to Stat Modeling, Nicholas Horton, Webster 102
FREN-208-01, French Conversation**, Laure Katsaros, Fayerweather 117
ENGL-111-02, Having Arguments, Benson Lieber, Barrett 102
ARHA-261-01, Buddhist Art of Asia, Samuel Morse, Fayerweather 113
RELI-111-01, Introduction to Religion*, Robert Doran, Chapin 201
MATH-350-01, Groups, Rings and Fields, Nathan Pflueger, Seeley Mudd 014
ENGL-306-01, Mod Brit and Amer Poetry, William Pritchard, Johnson Chapel 202
FREN-207-01, Intro French Lit and Cult**, Paul Rockwell, Science Center A013
LATI-215-01, Catullus and Lyric Spirit, Julia Scarborough, Chapin 103
PSYC-100-03, Intro to Psychology, Kyle Smith, Mead 115
NEUR-350-01, Neurophysiology, Josef Trapani, Science Center E210

11 - 11:50 a.m.

MATH-221-01, Trans Theoretical Math, Ryan Alvarado, Science Center E210
MATH-211-05, Multivariable Calculus, Robert Benedetto, Beneski 107
MATH-111-01, Intro to Calculus, Ivan Contreras Palacios, Seeley Mudd 207
MATH-350-02, Groups, Rings and Fields, Harris Daniels, Seeley Mudd 014
COSC-311-02, Algorithms, Kristen Gardner, Seeley Mudd 206
PHIL-217-01, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Jyl Gentzler, Octagon 200
PHYS-123-01, Newtonian Synthesis, Larry Hunter, Science Center A011
FREN-342-01, Women of Ill Repute**, Laure Katsaros, Fayerweather 117
HIST-175-01, From Shamans to Samurai, Trent Maxey, Stirn Auditorium
RELI-166-01, Beginning the Bible*, Susan Niditch, Chapin Chapel
FREN-207-02, Intro French Lit and Cult**, Paul Rockwell, Science Center A013
GERM-101-01, Elementary German I**, Anna Schrade, Chapin 101
BIOL-230-01, Ecology, Ethan Temeles, Fayerweather 115
MATH-111-04, Intro to the Calculus, Karamatou Yacoubou Djima, Seeley Mudd 205

Noon - 12:50 p.m.

BIOL-330-01, Biochemical Principles, Anthony Bishop, Science Center A011
CHEM-221-01, Organic Chemistry I, David Hansen, Science Center E110
ENGL-112-01, Realism, Benson Lieber, Converse 308

12:30 - 1:50 p.m.

ENGL-370-01, Witch Hunt!, Anston Bosman, Science Center A019
MUSI-238-01, PV Soundscapes, Jeffers Engelhardt, Arms Music Center 102

1 - 1:50 p.m.

COSC-112-01, Intro Comp Science II, Scott Alfeld, Science Center A131
POSC-326-01, Foreign Policy Analysis, Sebastian Bitar, Webster 220
MATH-121-04, Intermediate Calculus, Gregory Call, Seeley Mudd 205
CHEM-161F-01, Chemical Principles Discussion, Stephen Cartier, Science Center E208
MATH-220-01, Mathematical Reasoning, Ivan Contreras Palacios, Seeley Mudd 207
MATH-410-01, Galois Theory, David Cox, Science Center, A331
MATH-271-01, Linear Algebra, Harris Daniels, Science Center E210
GERM-101-02, Elementary German I**, Anna Schrade, Chapin 119
MATH-211-03, Multivariable Calculus, Yongheng Zhang, Seeley Mudd 204

*Space is limited.
Classes marked with two asterisks (**) are taught entirely in the language indicated in the course name.