This is a rough draft of my schedule for Spring 2013. As with all of my schedules, it is subject to frequent change and may only vaguely approximate my actual schedule. Many activities---such as grading, writing, and more class preparation---take place during evening hours.
|8:00||Research||ART 246||ART 232||ART 246||ART 232|
|9:00||Independent: Games||ART 246||ART 232||ART 246||ART 232|
|10:00||Research||ART 246||Office Hours||ART 246||Office Hours|
|11:00||Research Student: Self-Disclosure||Class Prep||Independent: Media Scripting||MAP: Processing||Class Prep|
|Noon||Science Division / Faculty Discussions||Department Meeting||Convocation||Open||CSC 295.04: CS Table|
|1:15||Class Prep||CSC 295.03||Open||CSC 195.01||Research|
|2:15||CSC 295.02||Class Prep||Class Prep||Office Hours||Research|
|4:15||Faculty Meeting||MathCounts||Bowling||Thursday Extras||Bowling|
For those who have to schedule meetings (and I do not envy you): I prefer to be scheduled in the Open slots. If those do not work, try my research times next, then class prep time. Finally, if no other options are available, you can schedule during office hours.
I am teaching four courses this semester:
Joe's Quarter). This semester, the subject of CS Table is Women and Computing and it is being offered as a one-credit course.
I am also supervising a variety of independent study and MAP projects. These typically meet in my office (Science 3824) or lab (Science 3823).
My scholarship is increasingly focusing on connections between computing and the arts. Therefore, I am sitting in on two art courses this semester (one studio, one history).
open officepolicy -- if I'm in my office and not too busy, I'm happy to talk to my students.)
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