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Courses listed below are from Summer 2020. Listings for Summer 2021 will appear on December 14th, 2020.

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Edward Hums

ACCT 20100 | Accountancy I
Edward Hums

An introduction to financial accounting and the accounting profession, with an emphasis on the decision-usefulness of accounting information. The course stresses the relation of accounting to economic activity, organizing information for decision-making, the resource acquisition decision, the uses of cash and noncash resources, the accounting for selling and manufacturing activities, and the information needs of multiple owners, lenders and equity holders. A prerequisite of all accountancy and finance courses. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail.

  • Accountancy
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 1395
  • 44 of 45 enrolled
  • MTWR 08:30 AM-10:05 AM 06/15 - 07/24
  • BA02,OLF,ZODO,

Edward Hums

ACCT 20200 | Accountancy II
Edward Hums

A continuation of the introduction to accounting, with an emphasis on the use of accounting information and analysis for management decision and control. The purpose of the course is the learning of accounting techniques such as budget preparation, cost-volume-profit analysis, variable costing, contribution margins, relevant costing, performance evaluation of business units, transfer pricing and responsibility accounting for the planning, decision making and management control inside an organization. To complete a general knowledge of accounting and its usefulness in financial reporting and control the course also includes an introduction to auditing, attestation, corporate governance and the impact of Sarbanes Oxley Act on business organizations, plus an introduction to US taxation for individuals and corporations Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail.

  • Accountancy
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3462
  • 27 of 36 enrolled
  • MTWR 10:30 AM-12:05 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • BA02,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Michael Meyer

MBA 60000 | Financial Accounting
Michael Meyer

All business majors and decision-makers both within an enterprise and external to the enterprise need to have a basic understanding of accounting information. This course deals with the accounting process used to measure and report economic events. It assumes that students have covered the basic material in the MBA accounting workshop. It begins with an overview of how financial statements are constructed and later the emphasis shifts to interpreting and analyzing the financial statements. The course focuses on alternative ways of reporting economic activity and on the different uses that investors, managers, and regulatory agencies may have for financial statement data.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 2567
  • 44 of 45 enrolled
  • MTWRF 09:00 AM-11:45 AM 06/15 - 06/26
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James O'Brien

ACCT 60111 | Federal Taxation
James O'Brien

The purpose of the course is to provide a broad introduction to taxation. The course is designed to prepare students for the Taxes and Business Strategy Course. Major topics to be covered in this first tax course include: types of taxes, tax rates, taxes and present values, tax planning, income from business operations, individuals (basics), investment planning, nontaxable transactions and tax considerations for property acquisitions.

  • Accountancy
  • 1.5 credits    CRN 3993
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • MTWRF 07:00 AM-10:00 AM 07/27 - 07/31
  • ACCT,

Keith Urtel

ACCT 60112 | Intermediate Accounting I
Keith Urtel

This course is the first of a two course sequence that cover intermediate level financial reporting topics. Topics covered across the two courses include: economic and institutional setting for financial reporting, accrual accounting and income determination, role of financial information in valuation, role of financial information in contracting, receivables, inventories, long-lived assets, financial instruments as liabilities, leases, pensions and post-retirement benefits, income tax reporting, and owners' equity.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3477
  • 6 of 20 enrolled
  • MTRF 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 06/22 - 06/26 |MWRF 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 06/29 - 07/03 |MTWF 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 07/06 - 07/10
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Keith Urtel

ACCT 60122 | Intermediate Accounting II
Keith Urtel

This course is the second of a two course sequence that cover intermediate level financial reporting topics. Topics covered across the two courses include: economic and institutional setting for financial reporting, accrual accounting and income determination, role of financial information in valuation, role of financial information in contracting, receivables, inventories, long-lived assets, financial instruments as liabilities, leases, pensions and post-retirement benefits, income tax reporting, and owners' equity.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3478
  • 7 of 20 enrolled
  • MTRF 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 07/13 - 07/17 |MWRF 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 07/20 - 07/24 |MTWF 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 07/27 - 07/31
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Kenneth Milani

ACCT 60232 | Strategic Cost Management
Kenneth Milani

This course builds on and reinforces concepts from the introductory accounting courses with applications in accounting and strategic cost management settings. The course is designed to help students become discriminating producers and users of strategic cost accounting information for decision-making. The course demonstrates how cost management analysts can add value to their organizations by providing recommendations to improve profitability of products, services, customers, and value streams. The course also focuses on measuring causes or drivers of costs, and making recommendations about capacity, quality, and time.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3479
  • 6 of 20 enrolled
  • MTRF 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 06/22 - 06/26 |MWRF 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 06/29 - 07/03 |MTWS 08:00 AM-10:45 AM 07/06 - 07/11
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James O'Brien

ACCT 60411 | Federal Taxation - Immersion
James O'Brien

The purpose of the course is to provide a broad introduction to taxation. The course is designed to prepare students for the Taxes and Business Strategy Course. Major topics to be covered in this first tax course include: types of taxes, tax rates, taxes and present values, tax planning, income from business operations, individuals (basics), investment planning, nontaxable transactions and tax considerations for property acquisitions.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3710
  • 6 of 20 enrolled
  • MTWRF 01:00 PM-05:00 PM 06/15 - 06/19
  • ,

Keith Urtel

ACCT 60512 | Audit & Assurance Service
Keith Urtel

This course provides a conceptual framework of the principles, standards, and procedures underlying financial audits. Topics covered include: generally accepted auditing standards, materiality and audit risk thresholds, issuance of the audit report, the audit process and documentation, internal control in a financial statement audit, analytical procedures, and auditor's legal liability, including the auditor's responsibility for fraud.

  • Accountancy
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3480
  • 7 of 20 enrolled
  • MTRF 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 07/13 - 07/17 |MWRF 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 07/20 - 07/24 |MTWS 01:30 PM-04:15 PM 07/27 - 08/01
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Vicky Zhu

ACMS 10145 | Stats for Business I
Vicky Zhu

A conceptual introduction to the science of data for students of business. Descriptive statistics: graphical methods, measures of central tendency, spread, and association. Basic probability theory and probability models for random variables. Introduction to statistical inference: confidence intervals and hypothesis tests. Many examples will be based on real, current business and economics datasets. Calculations will be illustrated in Microsoft Excel.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3747
  • 11 of 20 enrolled
  • MTWR 10:30 AM-12:05 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • BA01,OLF,ZODO, MATH,WKQR

Alan Huebner

ACMS 24215 | R Programming
Alan Huebner

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary in R that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, complete exploratory data analysis (EDA), and create visualizations to communicate your findings. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3662
  • 11 of 15 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 06/21 |T 06:30 PM-09:30 PM 06/22 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

John Dillon

ACMS 24216 | Python Programming
John Dillon

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary in Python that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, model data for the purposes of scientific analysis, and create visualizations to communicate your findings. The course will introduce you to efficient scientific computing using NumPy. You will learn how to apply the pandas library to perform a variety of data manipulation tasks, including selecting, subsetting, combining, grouping, and aggregating data. You will also learn how to generate and customize visualizations with matplotlib. The course will give you the basic ideas and intuition behind modern data analysis methods and their applications, with a strong focus on a course project and weekly assignments. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3668
  • 12 of 15 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |R 07:00 PM-09:00 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Huy Huynh

ACMS 34445 | Prob & Stats: Data Sc
Huy Huynh

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of probability theory and statistical inference used in data science. These foundational principles and techniques will allow you to transform data science problems into mathematical terms and validate them as statistical statements. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3748
  • 10 of 15 enrolled
  • TBA 06/08 - 06/14 |W 07:00 PM-10:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Steven Buechler

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Steven Buechler

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2431
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Martina Rosenbaum

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Martina Rosenbaum

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2849
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Stefano Castruccio

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Stefano Castruccio

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3313
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Jonathan Hauenstein

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Jonathan Hauenstein

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3003
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Bei Hu

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Bei Hu

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2432
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Alan Huebner

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Alan Huebner

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2846
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Huy Huynh

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Huy Huynh

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2847
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Alexandra Jilkine

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Alexandra Jilkine

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2848
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3004
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Jun Li

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Jun Li

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2850
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Lizhen Lin

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Lizhen Lin

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2430
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Alan Lindsay

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Alan Lindsay

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2845
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Fang Liu

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Fang Liu

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2844
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Dong Quan Nguyen

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Dong Quan Nguyen

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2832
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Michael Pruitt

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Michael Pruitt

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3314
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Robert Rosenbaum

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Robert Rosenbaum

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3002
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Daniele Schiavazzi

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Daniele Schiavazzi

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3199
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2433
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Molly Walsh

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Molly Walsh

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3200
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Zhiliang Xu

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Zhiliang Xu

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2434
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Yongtao Zhang

ACMS 46800 | Directed Readings
Yongtao Zhang

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2435
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG4,

Victoria Woodard

ACMS 54850 | Intermediate Probability
Victoria Woodard

This course introduces the theory of probability with emphasis on applications. Topics include discrete and continuous random variables, conditional probability and independent events, generating functions, laws of large numbers, the central limit theorem, Markov chains, Martingales, Brownian motion, and stochastic processes. This course is intended for Master students to be taken online and is not a qualified course for ACMS Ph D written exam. ACMS students in the PhD program should take ACMS 60850 instead. Note: This course is delivered fully online with a combination of synchronous live weekly meetings and asynchronous material. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3799
  • 2 of 5 enrolled
  • TBA 06/08 - 06/14 |M 07:30 PM-09:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Alan Huebner

ACMS 64051 | R Programming
Alan Huebner

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary in R that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, complete exploratory data analysis (EDA), and create visualizations to communicate your findings. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3664
  • 10 of 26 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 06/21 |T 06:30 PM-09:30 PM 06/22 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

John Dillon

ACMS 64052 | Python Programming
John Dillon

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary in Python that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, model data for the purposes of scientific analysis, and create visualizations to communicate your findings. The course will introduce you to efficient scientific computing using NumPy. You will learn how to apply the pandas library to perform a variety of data manipulation tasks, including selecting, subsetting, combining, grouping, and aggregating data. You will also learn how to generate and customize visualizations with matplotlib. The course will give you the basic ideas and intuition behind modern data analysis methods and their applications, with a strong focus on a course project and weekly assignments.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3670
  • 13 of 14 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |R 07:00 PM-09:00 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Huy Huynh

ACMS 64054 | Prob & Stats: Data Sc
Huy Huynh

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of probability theory and statistical inference used in data science. These foundational principles and techniques will allow you to transform data science problems into mathematical terms and validate them as statistical statements. Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3749
  • 6 of 10 enrolled
  • TBA 06/08 - 06/14 |W 07:00 PM-10:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Huy Huynh

ACMS 64665 | Time Series
Huy Huynh

Focusing on financial data sets and applications, in this course students study time series models and computational techniques for model estimation, model diagnostics and forecasting.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3751
  • 8 of 36 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 06/21 |W 05:00 PM-06:30 PM 06/22 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Victoria Woodard

ACMS 64849 | Intermediate Probability
Victoria Woodard

This course introduces the theory of probability with emphasis on applications. Topics include discrete and continuous random variables, conditional probability and independent events, generating functions, laws of large numbers, the central limit theorem, Markov chains, Martingales, Brownian motion, and stochastic processes. This course is intended for Master students to be taken online and is not a qualified course for ACMS Ph D written exam. ACMS students in the PhD program should take ACMS 60850 instead. Note: This course is delivered fully online with a combination of synchronous live weekly meetings and asynchronous material. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3798
  • 7 of 20 enrolled
  • TBA 06/08 - 06/14 |M 07:30 PM-09:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Fang Liu

ACMS 67672 | Special Studies
Fang Liu

This course is for students who have completed all the requirements for the degree and are ready to graduate.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3398
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Buechler

ACMS 67672 | Special Studies
Steven Buechler

This course is for students who have completed all the requirements for the degree and are ready to graduate.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3399
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Buechler

ACMS 67695 | Directed Master's Project
Steven Buechler

Directed independent work on a project to be counted towards the master's degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2820
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

ACMS 67695 | Directed Master's Project

Directed independent work on a project to be counted towards the master's degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2813
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

ACMS 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2541
  • 29 of 430 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Buechler

ACMS 86700 | Directed Readings
Steven Buechler

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2808
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Fang Liu

ACMS 86700 | Directed Readings
Fang Liu

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3173
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

ACMS 86700 | Directed Readings

Readings not covered in the curriculum which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2963
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Buechler

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Steven Buechler

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2437
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Martina Rosenbaum

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Martina Rosenbaum

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3005
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Stefano Castruccio

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Stefano Castruccio

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3279
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan Hauenstein

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Jonathan Hauenstein

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3006
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Bei Hu

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Bei Hu

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2438
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Alexandra Jilkine

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Alexandra Jilkine

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2852
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3008
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Jun Li

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Jun Li

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2854
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Lizhen Lin

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Lizhen Lin

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2436
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Alan Lindsay

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Alan Lindsay

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2851
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Fang Liu

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Fang Liu

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2853
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Dong Quan Nguyen

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Dong Quan Nguyen

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3202
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Robert Rosenbaum

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Robert Rosenbaum

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3007
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Daniele Schiavazzi

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Daniele Schiavazzi

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3201
  • 1 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2439
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Zhiliang Xu

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Zhiliang Xu

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2440
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Yongtao Zhang

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation
Yongtao Zhang

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2441
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

ACMS 88900 | Research & Dissertation

Research and dissertation for resident graduate students.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3429
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Fang Liu

ACMS 98900 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Fang Liu

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their dissertations in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2443
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan Hauenstein

ACMS 98900 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Jonathan Hauenstein

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their dissertations in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2442
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Lizhen Lin

ACMS 98900 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Lizhen Lin

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their dissertations in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Applied & Comp Math and Stats
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3416
  • 0 of 9 enrolled
  • ,

Maria McKenna

AFST 45075 | Field & Research Internship
Maria McKenna

This fieldwork and research internship is carried out in conjunction with and/or under the supervision of an Africana Studies faculty member. A written proposal describing the intended focus on the internship along with duties outlined and approved by the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Chair must be submitted for approval. If accepted, the a written or oral report and/or other products as deemed appropriate related to the internship project are required as determined by the supervising faculty member.

  • Africana Studies
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2833
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ZCSC,ZINT,ZUG4,

AFST 45075 | Field & Research Internship

This fieldwork and research internship is carried out in conjunction with and/or under the supervision of an Africana Studies faculty member. A written proposal describing the intended focus on the internship along with duties outlined and approved by the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Chair must be submitted for approval. If accepted, the a written or oral report and/or other products as deemed appropriate related to the internship project are required as determined by the supervising faculty member.

  • Africana Studies
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3411
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ZCSC,ZINT,ZUG4,

Ziqian Li

AL 08999 | iLED
Ziqian Li

This is a zero-credit course offered by Notre Dame International for students in their summer programs. The programs provide hands-on and intensive academic, cultural, and leadership experience on campus. Students work directly with Notre Dame faculty in classrooms and laboratories, and on academic and cultural excursions outside of the classroom. Programs run 2 to 8 weeks and run in the summer months. This course is taken as an indication of the student's status on campus and is meant to allow the registered student to use the University facilities as the Summer Session permits.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3384
  • 0 of 40 enrolled
  • ,

Ziqian Li

AL 08999 | iLED
Ziqian Li

This is a zero-credit course offered by Notre Dame International for students in their summer programs. The programs provide hands-on and intensive academic, cultural, and leadership experience on campus. Students work directly with Notre Dame faculty in classrooms and laboratories, and on academic and cultural excursions outside of the classroom. Programs run 2 to 8 weeks and run in the summer months. This course is taken as an indication of the student's status on campus and is meant to allow the registered student to use the University facilities as the Summer Session permits.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3448
  • 0 of 40 enrolled
  • ,

AL 36000 | Directed Readings

Students pursue an individual reading program on a topic not available in a regular class, designed with and supervised by a member of the faculty, leading to the production of oral and written reports reflecting deeper theoretical and empirical understanding.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 2427
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Collin Meissner, Joseph Stanfiel, Maureen Dawson, Nicholas Russo

AL 37000 | Special Studies
Collin Meissner, Joseph Stanfiel, Maureen Dawson, Nicholas Russo

Students pursue an individual reading program on a topic not available in a regular class, designed with and supervised by a member of the faculty, leading to the production of oral and written reports reflecting deeper theoretical and empirical understanding.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 2825
  • 0 of 3 enrolled
  • ,

Nicholas Russo

AL 37000 | Special Studies
Nicholas Russo

Students pursue an individual reading program on a topic not available in a regular class, designed with and supervised by a member of the faculty, leading to the production of oral and written reports reflecting deeper theoretical and empirical understanding.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3455
  • 0 of 3 enrolled
  • ,

Diego Rosales-Meana

AL 40702 | Phnx Inst:Love & Conversations
Diego Rosales-Meana

Love is the most important question a person has to face in his existence. Even if not everyone addresses it in a theoretical way - searching for the essence of love or looking for its precise definition -, sooner or later we all have to address the question in an existential way: "What or who should I love?" and "How should I love it?" Throughout history, many philosophers have dedicated some of their most relevant thoughts to answer the questions of what love is and why is it so important for the manifestation and development of the human person. Among the philosophers of Ancient Greece many can be found -Heraclitus, Socrates, Plato or Plotinus- who considered these as the most important questions a philosopher can ask. But Ancient Greece is not the only place where important philosophical, theological, and literary reflections about love can be found. In the Song of Songs, the Jewish tradition offers us one of the most beautiful books ever written about the different facets of love: love as an erotic relation between two human beings, but also as a quest for the searching of God. There are also contemporary Jewish philosophers that have treated this question in depth such as Franz Rosenzweig, Martin Buber or Emmanuel Levinas. In Christianity, the Gospel itself is one of the most beautiful love stories ever told, but there is also a great Christian literary and philosophical tradition that places love at the core of its reflections: Saint Augustine, Saint John of the Cross, or S?ren Kierkegaard, just to mention three great classics. After a general introduction to love and its manifestations through works of literature, this course will explore the main insights that the above-mentioned traditions provide on the matter. Reading materials will include texts from Plato, St. Augustine, St. John of the Cross, and Emmanuel Levinas, as well as literary works from W. Shakespeare, C. Peguy, and T.S. Eliot, among others.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2670
  • 4 of 40 enrolled
  • MTWRF 08:45 AM-10:30 AM 06/29 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Collin Meissner

AL 45999 | Summer Internship
Collin Meissner

Credit toward graduation for up to two internships is available for College of Arts and Letters students upon approval by a dean in the Office for Undergraduate Studies. Students are required to provide a goals and objectives statement and to obtain a letter of offer for the internship in advance of beginning the internship, to keep a daily journal over the course of the internship, to have a letter of evaluation provided upon completion of duties, and to write a reflection paper.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2604
  • 4 of 3 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Maureen Dawson

AL 45999 | Summer Internship
Maureen Dawson

Credit toward graduation for up to two internships is available for College of Arts and Letters students upon approval by a dean in the Office for Undergraduate Studies. Students are required to provide a goals and objectives statement and to obtain a letter of offer for the internship in advance of beginning the internship, to keep a daily journal over the course of the internship, to have a letter of evaluation provided upon completion of duties, and to write a reflection paper.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2605
  • 2 of 3 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Joseph Stanfiel

AL 45999 | Summer Internship
Joseph Stanfiel

Credit toward graduation for up to two internships is available for College of Arts and Letters students upon approval by a dean in the Office for Undergraduate Studies. Students are required to provide a goals and objectives statement and to obtain a letter of offer for the internship in advance of beginning the internship, to keep a daily journal over the course of the internship, to have a letter of evaluation provided upon completion of duties, and to write a reflection paper.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3875
  • 1 of 3 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Nicholas Russo

AL 45999 | Summer Internship
Nicholas Russo

Credit toward graduation for up to two internships is available for College of Arts and Letters students upon approval by a dean in the Office for Undergraduate Studies. Students are required to provide a goals and objectives statement and to obtain a letter of offer for the internship in advance of beginning the internship, to keep a daily journal over the course of the internship, to have a letter of evaluation provided upon completion of duties, and to write a reflection paper.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3876
  • 2 of 3 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Darlene Hampton

AL 45999 | Summer Internship
Darlene Hampton

Credit toward graduation for up to two internships is available for College of Arts and Letters students upon approval by a dean in the Office for Undergraduate Studies. Students are required to provide a goals and objectives statement and to obtain a letter of offer for the internship in advance of beginning the internship, to keep a daily journal over the course of the internship, to have a letter of evaluation provided upon completion of duties, and to write a reflection paper.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3877
  • 4 of 4 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Collin Meissner

AL 48999 | Research Experience Undergrad
Collin Meissner

This is a zero-credit course for students engaged in independent research for working with a faculty member or a member of the University staff on a special project. Registration requires a brief description of the research or project to be pursued and the permission of the director of the Summer Session. This course is taken as an indication of the student's status on campus and is meant to allow the registered student to use the University facilities as the Summer Session permits. No course work is required.

  • Arts and Letters (Non-dept.)
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2020
  • 0 of 300 enrolled
  • ,

Anselma Dolcich-Ashley, Paul Weithman

ALHN 48015 | Glynn Summer Research
Anselma Dolcich-Ashley, Paul Weithman

Students in the Glynn Family Honors Program doing summer research within the College of Arts and Letters will undertake independent research with a Notre Dame faculty adviser. This research will conclude with the student submitting a final research report to The Glynn Family Honors Program.

  • Arts and Letters - Honors
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2935
  • 0 of 40 enrolled
  • ,

Anselma Dolcich-Ashley

ALHN 48980 | Senior Honors Thesis
Anselma Dolcich-Ashley

The capstone requirement for the arts and letters honors students is a substantive two-semester thesis to be completed in April. This project is accorded three credits in the fall for the completion of a rough draft and three credits in the spring for the polished finished project.

  • Arts and Letters - Honors
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3222
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ALHN,ZUG2,

John Goodwine

AME 40498 | Spc.Stud.Int'l Collab.Indus P
John Goodwine

In this course students will work in teams comprised of students from Notre Dame and universities in countries other than in the United States. The teams will complete projects provided by multinational companies working in industries related to aerospace or mechanical engineering. Periodic reporting requirements, design reviews and final project presentations consistent with industrial practice are required both to the academic supervisor as well as the industrial sponsor of the project.

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3521
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • MET,

John Goodwine

AME 40498 | Spc.Stud.Int'l Collab.Indus P
John Goodwine

In this course students will work in teams comprised of students from Notre Dame and universities in countries other than in the United States. The teams will complete projects provided by multinational companies working in industries related to aerospace or mechanical engineering. Periodic reporting requirements, design reviews and final project presentations consistent with industrial practice are required both to the academic supervisor as well as the industrial sponsor of the project.

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3949
  • 6 of 10 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 07/24
  • MET,OLF,ZODO,

John Goodwine

AME 47560 | Independent UG Design Project
John Goodwine

A design project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3950
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

John Goodwine

AME 48491 | Undergraduate Research
John Goodwine

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1629
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

John Goodwine

AME 67099 | Special Studies
John Goodwine

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in a graduate subject not currently covered by any University course. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1805
  • 1 of 6 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

AME 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2535
  • 106 of 500 enrolled
  • ,

Svetlana Neretina

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Svetlana Neretina

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2466
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Yanliang Zhang

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Yanliang Zhang

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2631
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan MacArt

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Jonathan MacArt

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1281
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Tengfei Luo

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Tengfei Luo

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1280
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

David Go

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
David Go

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1279
  • 2 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan McClarren

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Ryan McClarren

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1278
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Scott Morris

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Scott Morris

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1277
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan Roeder

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Ryan Roeder

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1276
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Corke

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Thomas Corke

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1633
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Patrick Wensing

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Patrick Wensing

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1069
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Eric Jumper

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Eric Jumper

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1275
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Matthew Zahr

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Matthew Zahr

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2467
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Donny Hanjaya Putra

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Donny Hanjaya Putra

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2626
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Pinar Zorlutuna

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Pinar Zorlutuna

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1274
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Holland

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Maria Holland

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1273
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Joseph Powers

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Joseph Powers

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1272
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Edward Kinzel

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Edward Kinzel

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1271
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Schmid

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Steven Schmid

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1270
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Plecnik

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Mark Plecnik

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1269
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

James Schmiedeler

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
James Schmiedeler

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1268
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Stanisic

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Michael Stanisic

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1267
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Karel Matous

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Karel Matous

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1266
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Hirotaka Sakaue

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Hirotaka Sakaue

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3959
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Flint Thomas

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Flint Thomas

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1265
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Glen Niebur

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Glen Niebur

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1970
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Juliano

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Thomas Juliano

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2009
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jian-Xun Wang

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Jian-Xun Wang

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2010
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Meng Wang

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Meng Wang

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2011
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Sangpil Yoon

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Sangpil Yoon

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3960
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nicholas Zabaras

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Nicholas Zabaras

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3975
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Christensen

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Kenneth Christensen

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3976
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Timothy Ovaert

AME 68691 | Thesis Research
Timothy Ovaert

This course is reserved for the six-credit-hour thesis requirement of the research master's degree. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3977
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Svetlana Neretina

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Svetlana Neretina

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2468
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Holland

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Maria Holland

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1264
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Tengfei Luo

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Tengfei Luo

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1263
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

David Go

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
David Go

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1262
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Matthew Zahr

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Matthew Zahr

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1261
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Edward Kinzel

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Edward Kinzel

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2469
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Hirotaka Sakaue

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Hirotaka Sakaue

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3978
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Eric Jumper

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Eric Jumper

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1260
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Corke

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Thomas Corke

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1634
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan Roeder

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Ryan Roeder

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2627
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan MacArt

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Jonathan MacArt

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2632
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Scott Morris

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Scott Morris

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1259
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Pinar Zorlutuna

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Pinar Zorlutuna

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1258
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Patrick Wensing

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Patrick Wensing

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1257
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Jian-Xun Wang

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Jian-Xun Wang

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3961
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Plecnik

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Mark Plecnik

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1256
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Yanliang Zhang

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Yanliang Zhang

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1255
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Donny Hanjaya Putra

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Donny Hanjaya Putra

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1254
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

James Schmiedeler

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
James Schmiedeler

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1253
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Stanisic

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Michael Stanisic

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1252
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan McClarren

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Ryan McClarren

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3962
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Sangpil Yoon

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Sangpil Yoon

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3979
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Flint Thomas

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Flint Thomas

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1251
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Glen Niebur

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Glen Niebur

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1003
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Juliano

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Thomas Juliano

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2006
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nicholas Zabaras

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Nicholas Zabaras

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2007
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Karel Matous

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Karel Matous

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2008
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Christensen

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Kenneth Christensen

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3980
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

John Goodwine

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
John Goodwine

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3981
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Schmid

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Steven Schmid

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3982
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Meng Wang

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Meng Wang

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3983
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Timothy Ovaert

AME 68697 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Timothy Ovaert

For master's degree students. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3984
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Karel Matous

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Karel Matous

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2198
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

John Goodwine

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
John Goodwine

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1250
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Donny Hanjaya Putra

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Donny Hanjaya Putra

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1249
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Tengfei Luo

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Tengfei Luo

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1248
  • 2 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

David Go

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
David Go

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1247
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Holland

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Maria Holland

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1246
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Edward Kinzel

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Edward Kinzel

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2470
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan MacArt

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Jonathan MacArt

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2471
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Corke

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Thomas Corke

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1635
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Glen Niebur

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Glen Niebur

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2135
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Eric Jumper

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Eric Jumper

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1245
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Scott Morris

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Scott Morris

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1244
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan Roeder

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Ryan Roeder

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1243
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Alexandros Taflanidis

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Alexandros Taflanidis

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1242
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan McClarren

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Ryan McClarren

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1241
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Joseph Powers

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Joseph Powers

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1240
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Svetlana Neretina

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Svetlana Neretina

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1239
  • 2 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Hirotaka Sakaue

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Hirotaka Sakaue

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1238
  • 2 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Patrick Wensing

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Patrick Wensing

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1237
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Stanisic

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Michael Stanisic

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1235
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

James Schmiedeler

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
James Schmiedeler

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1236
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Christensen

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Kenneth Christensen

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2628
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Flint Thomas

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Flint Thomas

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1234
  • 1 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Timothy Ovaert

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Timothy Ovaert

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1068
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Matthew Zahr

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Matthew Zahr

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2199
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Pinar Zorlutuna

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Pinar Zorlutuna

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2633
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Yanliang Zhang

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Yanliang Zhang

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3604
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jian-Xun Wang

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Jian-Xun Wang

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3974
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Plecnik

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Mark Plecnik

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3973
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Sangpil Yoon

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Sangpil Yoon

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3971
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nicholas Zabaras

AME 98991 | Dissertation Research
Nicholas Zabaras

Required for candidates for the advanced degree in the research program. (Every semester)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3972
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Donny Hanjaya Putra

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Donny Hanjaya Putra

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1401
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Joseph Powers

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Joseph Powers

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1402
  • 0 of 75 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Holland

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Maria Holland

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2472
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Thomas Corke

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Thomas Corke

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1636
  • 1 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Edward Kinzel

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Edward Kinzel

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1233
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Tengfei Luo

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Tengfei Luo

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1232
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

David Go

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
David Go

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1231
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jonathan MacArt

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Jonathan MacArt

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1230
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Ryan McClarren

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Ryan McClarren

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2473
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Svetlana Neretina

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Svetlana Neretina

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2629
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Eric Jumper

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Eric Jumper

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1229
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Plecnik

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Mark Plecnik

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2634
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Scott Morris

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Scott Morris

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1228
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Hirotaka Sakaue

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Hirotaka Sakaue

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1227
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Patrick Wensing

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Patrick Wensing

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1226
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Sangpil Yoon

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Sangpil Yoon

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1225
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jian-Xun Wang

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Jian-Xun Wang

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1224
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

James Schmiedeler

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
James Schmiedeler

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1223
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Stanisic

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Michael Stanisic

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1222
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Flint Thomas

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Flint Thomas

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1221
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Karel Matous

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Karel Matous

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2201
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nicholas Zabaras

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Nicholas Zabaras

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2200
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Matthew Zahr

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Matthew Zahr

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3970
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Yanliang Zhang

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Yanliang Zhang

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3969
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Pinar Zorlutuna

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Pinar Zorlutuna

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3968
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Christensen

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Kenneth Christensen

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3967
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Timothy Ovaert

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Timothy Ovaert

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3965
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Glen Niebur

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Glen Niebur

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3966
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Meng Wang

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Meng Wang

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3964
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

John Goodwine

AME 98998 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
John Goodwine

This course is reserved to provide the required continuing minimal registration of one credit hour per academic semester for nonresident graduate students who wish to retain their degree status. (As needed)

  • Aerospace and Mechanical Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3963
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Peterson

ANTH 20201 | Fundamentals of Bio Anth
Jeffrey Peterson

This course approaches human evolution from a theoretical point of view that combines both biological and cultural processes into a cohesive bio-cultural model. It begins by tracing the development of modern evolutionary theory and the place of evolutionary studies in anthropology, especially in the sub-field of bioanthropology. These concepts provide the framework for understanding the many lines of evidence that anthropologists use to explore and explain human evolution. These include studies of our primate relatives, through the intricacies of the fossil record, to archaeological evidence for the invention of material culture from the simplest stone tools to the complex cultural world that we live in today. Modern human variation can only be explained as the result of evolutionary forces acting on the complex interplay of biology and culture over millions of years. We continue to be affected by these forces, and this course not only provides information about where we came from, it also provides the scientific backgrounds to help us understand where we might be going as our species continues to evolve.

  • Anthropology
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3428
  • 9 of 12 enrolled
  • TWR 01:00 PM-03:05 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • ALSS,NSBH,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Rebecca Gibson

ANTH 30120 | Forensic Anthropology
Rebecca Gibson

Introduction to Forensic Anthropology provides a broad overview of one of the applied fields of biological anthropology. Forensic anthropologists use knowledge of skeletal anatomy to answer questions of medico-legal significance, and students will gain an understanding of what this requires. This includes the identification of human skeletal remains and the interpretation of the circumstances surrounding their death. While this course does not teach laboratory proficiency in the techniques of forensic anthropology, it outlines the concepts underlying the recovery and analysis of human remains, the determination of the biological profile (including age, sex, ancestry, and stature), and the interpretation of skeletal trauma and pathology. Course material will be presented in lecture format, supplemented by videos, daily in-class discussions, team-based activities and projects, and collaborative student presentations.

  • Anthropology
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3904
  • 15 of 20 enrolled
  • TWR 10:30 AM-12:35 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • ALSS,ANME,NSBH,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Kevin Whelan

ANTH 34320 | Introduction to Ireland
Kevin Whelan

ND Keough Ctr Course: Prof. Kevin Whelan. Evolution of Irish culture from the eighteenth century to the contemporary period; It aims to give students a foundational understanding of the cultural inheritance of the island. While organized in broadly chronological terms, it will also examine crucial thematic concerns -- landscape, history, languages, economy, society, politics and government, literature, music, sport.

  • Anthropology
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3942
  • 3 of 3 enrolled
  • TR 12:00 PM-01:30 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • IBCL,MESE,OLF,ZCSC,ZODO,ZODU,ZOIR,ZOIS,ZOIT, HIST,SOSC,WKHI,WKSS

ANTH 46100 | Dir Readings - Biological Anth

Intensive independent readings on a special problem area in biological anthropology about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2884
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

ANTH 46200 | Dir Readings - Medical Anth

Intensive independent readings on a special problem area in medical anthropology about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2187
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ,

ANTH 46300 | Dir Readings - Sociocultural

Intensive independent readings on a special problem area in sociocultural anthropology about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2422
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ,

ANTH 48100 | Dir Research - Biological

Intensive independent research on a special problem area in biological anthropology, about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3218
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • NSBH,ZUG1,

ANTH 48300 | Dir Research - Sociocultural

Intensive independent research on a special problem area in socio-cultural anthropology, about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2485
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

ANTH 48500 | Dir Research - Archaeology

Intensive independent research on a special problem area in archaeology, about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3219
  • 0 of 3 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Rebecca Gibson

ANTH 60120 | Forensic Anthropology
Rebecca Gibson

Introduction to Forensic Anthropology provides a broad overview of one of the applied fields of biological anthropology. Forensic anthropologists use knowledge of skeletal anatomy to answer questions of medico-legal significance, and students will gain an understanding of what this requires. This includes the identification of human skeletal remains and the interpretation of the circumstances surrounding their death. While this course does not teach laboratory proficiency in the techniques of forensic anthropology, it outlines the concepts underlying the recovery and analysis of human remains, the determination of the biological profile (including age, sex, ancestry, and stature), and the interpretation of skeletal trauma and pathology. Course material will be presented in lecture format, supplemented by videos, daily in-class discussions, team-based activities and projects, and collaborative student presentations.

  • Anthropology
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3936
  • 1 of 1 enrolled
  • TWR 10:30 AM-12:35 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • ALSS,ANME,NSBH,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Christopher Ball

ANTH 66300 | Dir Readings - Sociocultural
Christopher Ball

Intensive independent readings on a special problem area in sociocultural anthropology about which the student will be expected to produce a detailed annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper.

  • Anthropology
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3902
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

ANTH 67111 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Anthropology
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2955
  • 26 of 30 enrolled
  • ,

Alan DeFrees

ARCH 37111 | Independent Studies
Alan DeFrees

Independent studies on a topic agreed by the student, instructor and the Director of Undergraduate Studies.

  • Architecture
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3986
  • 1 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

Richard Bullene

ARCH 45999 | Professional Internship
Richard Bullene

Internship credit in the School of Architecture for full time summer employment (40 hours per week minimum) for a minimum of eight weeks. Students must have a firm job offer before being given permission to enroll. In addition to the successful completion of employment, students must submit weekly reflections to the instructor on a series of questions relating the employment experience to the academic program.

  • Architecture
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2666
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZINT,

John Mellor

ARCH 77212 | Independent Studies
John Mellor

Independent studies on a topic agreed by the student, instructor and the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies.

  • Architecture
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3639
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

Catherine Kupiec

ART 20310 | Western Art:Leonardo to Warhol
Catherine Kupiec

This course provides an introduction to key works and themes in Western art from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Focusing on a selection of key monuments, artists, and examples of art historical scholarship, and by looking back to classical values and models as well as forward to contemporary debates, we will explore various ways in which Western art has been made, used, and interpreted. The course will concentrate on building fundamental analytic skills necessary to the study of art, and will consider works of art both from an aesthetic perspective and in the context of the individual, cultural, social, and economic conditions of their production and reception. Topics will include an investigation of the history of the discipline, the use of objects, and a consideration of how the various practices and processes known as "art" have engaged society and the world. By looking at - and talking about - specific aesthetic phenomena, the course will survey the general history of modern representation and its alternatives.

  • Art History
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3896
  • 18 of 18 enrolled
  • MW 03:00 PM-05:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • AHMO,AHPO,OLF,ZODO, FNAR,WKAR

Heather Minor, Emily Beck

ART 45310 | Art History Internship
Heather Minor, Emily Beck

This course provides an opportunity for the art history student to earn credit through an internship with a museum, a gallery, or an auction house.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2329
  • 0 of 3 enrolled
  • ZINT,

ART 66372 | Directed Readings-Ren/Baroque

Specialized reading related to the study of Renaissance/Baroque art history under the direction of an individual faculty member.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2420
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ,

Nicole Woods

ART 66472 | Directed Readings - Modern
Nicole Woods

Specialized reading related to the study of modern art history under the direction of an individual faculty member.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2477
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Tomasula

ART 66572 | Directed Readings
Maria Tomasula

Permission required. Specialized reading related to the student's area of study.

  • Art History
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1717
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nicole Woods

ART 67472 | Special Studies - Modern
Nicole Woods

Independent study in modern art history under the direction of an individual faculty member.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2334
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • AHMO,

Maureen Collins

ART 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Art History
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2520
  • 0 of 500 enrolled
  • ,

Robin Rhodes

ART 68573 | Thesis Direction
Robin Rhodes

Research and writing on an approved subject under the direction of a faculty member.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1400
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Tomasula

ART 68574 | Non-Resident Thesis Direction
Maria Tomasula

Required of all nonresident graduate students who are completing their theses in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Art History
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1399
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Lucas Korte

ART 10201 | Drawing I
Lucas Korte

MATERIALS FEE. This course deals with form depiction in its many aspects and modes and is intended for beginning students as well as advanced students who need additional experience in drawing.

  • Art Studio
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3010
  • 15 of 16 enrolled
  • MTW 12:45 PM-05:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • 2DCO,OLF,ZODO,ZUG3, FNAR,WKAR

Sara Fahling

ART 20401 | Photography I
Sara Fahling

BA Core Option/BFA Core. MATERIALS FEE. This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of still photography. It is designed for all students interested in developing their photographic skills and also serves as the entry-level sequence for the photo major in studio art. The course is based on the use of digital cameras. Adobe Lightroom software and professional quality inkjet printing. Creative assignments introduce students to various thematic approaches including documentary work and portraits. Presentations cover both historical and contemporary approaches to the medium. A digital SLR camera with manual controls is highly recommended; or students may check out departmental cameras to complete assignments. A portable hard drive compatible with the Apple OS platform is required for storing personal files.

  • Art Studio
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3706
  • 6 of 10 enrolled
  • MTW 08:00 AM-12:15 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • 2DCO,CDDA,CDDF,OLF,ZODO,ZUG3, FNAR,WKAR

Emily Beck

ART 45310 | Art Studio Internship
Emily Beck

Permission required. This course provides an opportunity for the art studio major to earn credit for an approved studio art experience.

  • Art Studio
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2478
  • 0 of 4 enrolled
  • ZINT,ZUG4,

Lucas Korte

ART 47271 | Special Studies- Ptg/Drwg
Lucas Korte

Independent study in painting/drawing under the direction of an individual faculty member.

  • Art Studio
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3168
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ZUG3,

Emily Beck

ART 47371 | Special Studies-Foundations
Emily Beck

Independent study in foundations under the direction of an individual faculty member.

  • Art Studio
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3423
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ZUG3,

Sara Fahling

ART 60401 | Photography I
Sara Fahling

MATERIALS FEE. This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of still photography. It is designed for all students interested in developing their photographic skills and also serves as the entry-level sequence for the photo major in studio art. The course is based on the use of digital cameras. Adobe Lightroom software and professional quality inkjet printing. Creative assignments introduce students to various thematic approaches including documentary work and portraits. Presentations cover both historical and contemporary approaches to the medium. A digital SLR camera with manual controls is highly recommended; or students may check out departmental cameras to complete assignments. A portable hard drive compatible with the Apple OS platform is required for storing personal files.

  • Art Studio
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3800
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • MTW 08:00 AM-12:15 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO, FNAR,WKAR

Maureen Collins

ART 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Art Studio
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2521
  • 0 of 500 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Tomasula

ART 78706 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Maria Tomasula

Required of all nonresident graduate students who are completing their theses in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Art Studio
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1147
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Tomasula

ART 78707 | Research and Dissertation
Maria Tomasula

Individual conferences and consultation between the graduate student and the dissertation director. Required of students pursuing dissertation research in residence.

  • Art Studio
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1719
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Maria Tomasula

ART 78708 | Thesis Direction
Maria Tomasula

Independent research and writing on an approved subject under the direction of a faculty member. Required of candidates for the M.F.A. in art studio.

  • Art Studio
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1718
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Telloyan

ACCT 20150 | Bus Law Contracts & Agency
Mark Telloyan

Students taking this course will gain an understanding of the American legal system and learn fundamental rules of law, particularly of torts, contracts, sales, and agency. Students will develop an appreciation of how law affects business decision-making, of competing policy concerns underlying the law, and of ethical dimensions of legal issues and business situations. Required for all BA students. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail.

  • Bus Admin - Business Law
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3217
  • 28 of 30 enrolled
  • MTWR 02:00 PM-03:35 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • BA02,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

Gina Shropshire, Lisa Heming

BA 25000 | Internship I
Gina Shropshire, Lisa Heming

Internship credit for undergraduate students in the Mendoza College of Business who have secured an internship that relates directly to their major area of study. Requirements to receive this credit include submitting an application (accessible via the Mendoza Student Dashboard) for credit before the internship begins, then submitting appropriate evaluations immediately following the internship. Per evaluation from the employer, students must complete the internship successfully to receive credit. Credit is granted by permission only.

  • Business Administration - UG
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2831
  • 71 of 50 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Gina Shropshire, Lisa Heming

BA 35500 | Internship Practicum
Gina Shropshire, Lisa Heming

Internship credit for undergraduate students in the Mendoza College of Business who have secured an internship that relates directly to their major area of study. Requirements to receive this credit include submitting an application (accessible via the Mendoza Student Dashboard) for credit before the internship begins, then submitting appropriate evaluations immediately following the internship. Per evaluation from the employer, students must complete the internship successfully to receive credit. Credit is granted by permission only.

  • Business Administration - UG
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2476
  • 48 of 75 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Joseph O'Tousa

BIOS 14110 | Biotechnology & Society
Joseph O'Tousa

Increased understanding of biological processes has fueled the development of new biotechnology. The course covers topics of current relevance, including the use of antibiotics, the development of genetically modified foods, genetic testing capabilities, stem cell technologies, cancer causes and treatments. Each topic is developed through reading assignments, instructor presentations, review of news media, and in class group interactions. A heightened awareness of the topic, and opposing viewpoints, will be developed through student debates and other in-class activities. Grading is based on class participation, online quizzes, assignments, and a final exam. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3690
  • 15 of 20 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |TR 06:00 PM-07:30 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO, NASC,WKST

Jeffrey Peterson

BIOS 20401 | Fundamentals of Bio Anth
Jeffrey Peterson

This course approaches human evolution from a theoretical point of view that combines both biological and cultural processes into a cohesive bio-cultural model. It begins by tracing the development of modern evolutionary theory and the place of evolutionary studies in anthropology, especially in the sub-field of bioanthropology. These concepts provide the framework for understanding the many lines of evidence that anthropologists use to explore and explain human evolution. These include studies of our primate relatives, through the intricacies of the fossil record, to archaeological evidence for the invention of material culture from the simplest stone tools to the complex cultural world that we live in today. Modern human variation can only be explained as the result of evolutionary forces acting on the complex interplay of biology and culture over millions of years. We continue to be affected by these forces, and this course not only provides information about where we came from, it also provides the scientific backgrounds to help us understand where we might be going as our species continues to evolve.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3646
  • 5 of 7 enrolled
  • TWR 01:00 PM-03:05 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • ALSS,NSBH,OLF,ZODO,ZTST,

David Hyde

BIOS 24251 | Classical/Molec Gntcs
David Hyde

This course deals with two major areas. The first area is classical genetics: Mendelian principles, chromosome mechanics, linkage and recombination, and chromosomal mutations. The second area is molecular genetics: DNA replication, RNA transcription, protein translation, recombinant DNA techniques, the nature of the gene and regulation of gene expression. However, these areas are not mutually exclusive and often the same concept is applied at different times in the course. The integration of topics at different points throughout the course will help to reinforce the material for the student and demonstrate how our understanding of genetics has been built over time. Pre-requisites: Students are required to have completed a year-long Introductory Biology sequence prior to taking this genetics course. <b>BIOS or BCHM majors may only take this course when they receive permission from their Director of Undergraduate Studies. All majors must speak with their DUS: for BIOS, David Veselik (dveselik@nd.edu) / for BCHM, Dee Anne Goodenogh-Lashua (dgoodeno@nd.edu). <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3746
  • 12 of 20 enrolled
  • TR 07:00 PM-08:30 PM 05/18 - 07/24
  • CHSE,OLF,ZODO,

Zachary Schafer

BIOS 30424 | Tumor Cell Biology
Zachary Schafer

This course is designed for undergraduate students interested in the biology of cancer. It will focus on understanding how normal cells become tumor cells and the specific molecular and cellular properties of tumor cells that are important for cancer progression. The course will also introduce the student to the field of cancer research through the critical examination of primary literature

  • Biological Sciences
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3918
  • 21 of 32 enrolled
  • MTR 10:30 AM-12:30 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

BIOS 45999 | Summer Research Internship

Summer research internship experience in biological or environmental sciences.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2636
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZINT,

Nancy Michael

BIOS 46497 | Directed Readings
Nancy Michael

This course provides the opportunity for independent study through readings on specific topics in biological science. Readings are chosen with the advice of the supervising instructor. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1654
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Kathleen Kolberg

BIOS 46497 | Directed Readings
Kathleen Kolberg

This course provides the opportunity for independent study through readings on specific topics in biological science. Readings are chosen with the advice of the supervising instructor. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2881
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

Elizabeth Archie

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Elizabeth Archie

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1066
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Gary Belovsky

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Gary Belovsky

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2667
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Nora Besansky

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Nora Besansky

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2676
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2734
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Sunny Boyd

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Sunny Boyd

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2707
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Dominic Chaloner

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Dominic Chaloner

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2744
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Patricia Champion

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Patricia Champion

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2690
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2737
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2692
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Cramer

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Michael Cramer

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2720
  • 4 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Crislyn D'Souza-Schorey

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Crislyn D'Souza-Schorey

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2718
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Richard Dahl

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Richard Dahl

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2728
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Giles Duffield

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Giles Duffield

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2697
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Feder

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jeffrey Feder

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2700
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Ferdig

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Michael Ferdig

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2730
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Filchak

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Kenneth Filchak

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2712
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Malcolm Fraser

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Malcolm Fraser

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2749
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Xin Lu

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Xin Lu

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2723
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kasturi Haldar

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Kasturi Haldar

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2735
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Ronald Hellenthal

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Ronald Hellenthal

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2729
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2732
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Hope Hollocher

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Hope Hollocher

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2691
  • 4 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

David Hyde

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
David Hyde

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2711
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Stuart Jones

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Stuart Jones

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2714
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Gary Lamberti

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Gary Lamberti

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2748
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Shaun Lee

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Shaun Lee

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2686
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

W. Matthew Leevy

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
W. Matthew Leevy

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2717
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kristin Lewis

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Kristin Lewis

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2699
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Lei Li

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Lei Li

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2724
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2713
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Mary McDowell

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Mary McDowell

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2740
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jason McLachlan

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jason McLachlan

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2733
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Edwin Michael

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Edwin Michael

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2710
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jenifer Prosperi

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jenifer Prosperi

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2708
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2705
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2719
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

T. Mark Olsen

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
T. Mark Olsen

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2688
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Olson

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Kenneth Olson

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2742
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Joseph O'Tousa

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Joseph O'Tousa

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2694
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Pfrender

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Michael Pfrender

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2704
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2743
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Matthew Ravosa

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Matthew Ravosa

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2727
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2693
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jennifer Robichaud

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jennifer Robichaud

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2689
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Adrian Rocha

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Adrian Rocha

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2722
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jeanne Romero-Severson

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jeanne Romero-Severson

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2703
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Zachary Schafer

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Zachary Schafer

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2709
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Molly Scheel

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Molly Scheel

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2738
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2706
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Schorey

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jeffrey Schorey

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2746
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2695
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

David Severson

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
David Severson

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2731
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Joshua Shrout

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Joshua Shrout

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2739
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2747
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2701
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jennifer Tank

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jennifer Tank

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2741
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Gregory Timp

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Gregory Timp

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2696
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Tracy Vargo-Gogola

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Tracy Vargo-Gogola

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2687
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Kevin Vaughan

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Kevin Vaughan

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2698
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Patricia Vaughan

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Patricia Vaughan

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2725
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Troy Perkins

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Troy Perkins

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2721
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

David Veselik

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
David Veselik

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2745
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Michelle Whaley

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Michelle Whaley

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2715
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Rebecca Wingert

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Rebecca Wingert

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2702
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Siyuan Zhang

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Siyuan Zhang

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2726
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2716
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2736
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Jason Rohr

BIOS 48499 | Undergraduate Research
Jason Rohr

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. Evaluation of performance will be accomplished through regular discussions with the faculty member in charge of the course. Enrollment must be completed before the end of the first week each semester. Students may not register for more than three credits per semester; only two credits per semester may be counted as BIOS elective credits by majors. Offered all semesters.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3605
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Michelle Whaley

BIOS 48999 | Research Experience Undergrad
Michelle Whaley

This is a zero-credit course for students engaged in independent research or working with a faculty member or a member of the University staff on a special project. Registration requires a brief description of the research or project to be pursued and the permission of the director of the Summer Session. This course is taken as an indication of the student's status on campus and is meant to allow the registered student to use the University facilities as the Summer Session permits. No course work is required.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2421
  • 0 of 100 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

BIOS 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2542
  • 116 of 500 enrolled
  • ,

Rebecca Wingert

BIOS 68599 | Thesis Direction
Rebecca Wingert

Research and direction for resident master's students. (Every semester)

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1398
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Michael Pfrender

BIOS 68600 | Directed Readings
Michael Pfrender

This course provides the opportunity for independent study through readings on specific topics in biological science. Readings are chosen with the advice of the supervising instructor.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3611
  • 0 of 4 enrolled
  • ,

Rebecca Wingert

BIOS 77672 | Special Problems
Rebecca Wingert

A continuation of special topics in the field of interest of individual graduate students.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1397
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Rebecca Wingert

BIOS 98700 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Rebecca Wingert

Students away from campus register for one credit hour each semester.

  • Biological Sciences
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1396
  • 0 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

SC 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Biophysics
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3609
  • 1 of 15 enrolled
  • ,

Patricia Clark

SC 96697 | Directed Readings
Patricia Clark

Readings and research not covered in the curriculum. which relate to the student's area of interest.

  • Biophysics
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3469
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

SC 98698 | Research and Dissertation

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Biophysics
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3470
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Troy Vogel

CBE 08999 | Research Experience HS
Troy Vogel

This is a zero-credit course for students engaged in independent research or working with a faculty member or a member of the University staff on a special project. Registration requires a brief description of the research or project to be pursued and the permission of the director of the Summer Session. No course work is required.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3424
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Mark McCready

CBE 34487 | Great Ideas in ChE
Mark McCready

One can find many lists of the greatest chemical engineering achievements. We might include U235 isotope separation, ultra-pure silicon, catalytic cracking, ... or the amazing efficiency and safety of ammonia plants! For this course, the underlying theme will be topics and ideas that continue to be central to chemical engineering. For example, chemical engineers are the dominant intellectual drivers of phase and chemical equilibria, analysis on "small" scales of mass and heat transfer and fluid flow - particularly where external field forces are present. Chemical kinetics and catalytic reactions, molecular and nanostructural understanding of solid materials are some other topics where chemical engineers have strong training. Besides these and other specific technology examples, chemical engineering also (almost uniquely) employs some intellectual powerful tools such as, dimensional analysis, the concept of a steady-state (as distinct from "equilibrium"), control volumes, optimization in terms of operating and capital costs, multiple stages to accomplish reactions and separations, and what can be learned by taking any system or thought to its limits. This course will balance the explanation of these topics, using them as examples of analytical and numerical solutions of (1) multiple algebraic equations, (2) single or multiple ODEs and (3) single or multiple PDEs. By using Mathematica and the "library" of 25 years of examples on these and many other topics, it will be possible for students to explore each of the topics both qualitatively and quantitatively using numerical and analytical solutions - without the need to code and debug all of the algorithms or to learn how to solve a PDE with LaPlace Transforms or Eigenfunction analysis. No doubt that in addition to these classic topics, we will feel compelled to examine some health-related topics such as epidemic modeling, linear and nonlinear time series techniques to examine "heart rate variability", energetic analysis of bacteria with applications to antibiotic resistance and transport in biofilms.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3906
  • 9 of 25 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |TR 07:00 PM-08:30 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Troy Vogel

CBE 48901 | Undergraduate Research
Troy Vogel

This is the course that students should sign up for as their first experience in research. This is a one credit course, and involves a minimum commitment of 4-5 hours/wk. This course is S/U, may be taken more than once, but does not satisfy the Engineering/technical elective degree requirement.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1947
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Troy Vogel

CBE 48902 | Advanced UG Research
Troy Vogel

This is a three credit course on which students should expect to spend 12-15 hours per week. Successful completion of CBE 48901 or a summer (or academic year) research internship in the Department is a prerequisite for enrolling in CBE 48902. It can be counted as an Engineering/technical elective and students must produce a written report of their results at the end of the semester. This course is graded, and may be repeated.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 2843
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Troy Vogel

CBE 48999 | Undergrad Research Experience
Troy Vogel

Registrar: This is a zero-credit course for students engaged in independent research or working with a faculty member of the University on a special project. No course work is required.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2662
  • 1 of 60 enrolled
  • ,

Alexander Dowling, Jonathan Whitmer

CBE 67701 | Topics in Computation/Data Sci
Alexander Dowling, Jonathan Whitmer

This course explores modern topics, computation, data analytics, and modeling, relevant for engineering and the chemical sciences. Ph.D. students in engineering, science, and mathematics are the intended audience. Each week, 1 or more enrolled students will (co-)lead the discussion on a selected chapter in the semester text. A background in scientific computing, numerical methods, machine learning, and applied probability will be helpful but is not necessary. Students should be comfortable programming in at least one modern language such as Python, MATLAB, C, Julia, Fortran, etc.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3770
  • 26 of 40 enrolled
  • TR 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • OLF,ZODO,

Maureen Collins

CBE 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2536
  • 89 of 500 enrolled
  • ,

Zihni Bilgicer

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Zihni Bilgicer

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1949
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Bohn

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Paul Bohn

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1394
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Joan Brennecke

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Joan Brennecke

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1712
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Hsueh-Chia Chang

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Hsueh-Chia Chang

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1393
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

David Leighton

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
David Leighton

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1392
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Mark McCready

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Mark McCready

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1391
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul McGinn

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Paul McGinn

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1390
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jason Hicks

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Jason Hicks

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2428
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Zihni Bilgicer

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Zihni Bilgicer

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1389
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Kantor

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Jeffrey Kantor

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2022
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Eduardo Wolf

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Eduardo Wolf

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1388
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Edward Maginn, Susan Vissage

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Edward Maginn, Susan Vissage

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1185
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Prashant Kamat

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Prashant Kamat

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2429
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Mark Stadtherr

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Mark Stadtherr

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1186
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

William Schneider

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
William Schneider

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1948
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

William Phillip

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
William Phillip

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2572
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jeremiah Zartman

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Jeremiah Zartman

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2571
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Ruilan Guo

CBE 68901 | Research and Dissertation
Ruilan Guo

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2573
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jason Hicks

CBE 68991 | Non-resident Dissertation Rsrh
Jason Hicks

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their dissertations in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2023
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Tobias Flattery

CDT 24510 | Robot Ethics
Tobias Flattery

Robots or "autonomous systems" play an ever-increasing role in many areas, from weapons systems and driverless cars to health care and consumer services. As a result, it is ever more important to ask whether it makes any sense to speak of such systems' behaving ethically and how we can build into their programming what some call "ethics modules." After a brief technical introduction to the field, this course will approach these questions through contemporary philosophical literature on robot ethics and through popular media, including science fiction text and video. This is an online course with required, regular class sessions each week. Class meetings are online via Zoom webinar software (provided by the University). Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions.

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3676
  • 5 of 5 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |MW 10:00 AM-11:30 AM 06/01 - 07/24
  • CDCS,CDDF,OLF,ZODO, PHI2,WKSP

Alan Huebner

CDT 24641 | R Programming
Alan Huebner

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary in R that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, complete exploratory data analysis (EDA), and create visualizations to communicate your findings. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3665
  • 3 of 5 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 06/21 |T 06:30 PM-09:30 PM 06/22 - 07/24
  • CDDF,CDTD,OLF,ZODO,

John Dillon

CDT 24642 | Python Programming
John Dillon

In this course, you will learn the foundational skills necessary inPython that will enable you to acquire and manipulate data, model data for the purposes of scientific analysis, and create visualizations to communicate your findings. The course willintroduce you to efficient scientific computing using NumPy. You will learn how to apply the pandas library to perform a variety of data manipulation tasks, including selecting, subsetting, combining, grouping, and aggregating data. You will also learn how to generate and customize visualizations with matplotlib. The course will give you the basic ideas and intuition behind modern data analysis methods and their applications, with a strong focuson a course project and weekly assignments. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 2.0 credits    CRN 3671
  • 3 of 4 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |R 07:00 PM-09:00 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • CDDF,CDTD,OLF,ZODO,

Yuliya Fedorovych

CDT 31410 | VCD 1: Fundamentals of Design
Yuliya Fedorovych

MATERIALS FEE. This course introduces and explores the origins, concepts and processes affecting traditional and digital graphic communication. Studio and laboratory activities introduce and implement print and digital technology for the creation of original design projects.

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3929
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • TBA 06/15 - 07/24
  • CDDA,CDDF,CDUI, FNAR,WKAR

Huy Huynh

CDT 34643 | Prob & Stats: Data Sc
Huy Huynh

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of probability theory and statistical inference used in data science. These foundational principles and techniques will allow you to transform data science problems into mathematical terms and validate them as statistical statements. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <P> Students with other prerequisite courses or equivalent background preparation may enroll by permission of the instructor or permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Alan Huebner (Alan.Huebner.10@nd.edu).

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3750
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • TBA 06/08 - 06/14 |W 07:00 PM-10:00 PM 06/15 - 07/24
  • CDDF,CDTD,OLF,ZODO,

Steven Krieg

CDT 44640 | Data Science
Steven Krieg

Data science can be viewed as the art and craft of extracting knowledge from large bodies of structured and unstructured data using methods from many disciplines, including (but not limited to) machine learning, databases, probability and statistics, information theory, and data visualization. This course will focus on the process of data science -- from data acquisition to analytics methods to deployment, and will walk the students through both the technical and use-case aspects in the process. It will place a larger emphasis on the machine learning component, with relevant inclusions and references from other disciplines. The course will give students an opportunity to implement and experiment with some of the concepts as part of a class project, in addition to the hands-on assignments using the Python programming language. Additionally, the course touches upon some of the advances in related topics such as big data and discuss the role of data mining in contemporary society. The course has been designed and developed by Nitesh Chawla, the Frank Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Director of iCeNSA at the University of Notre Dame. <p> Note: this course is delivered fully online. The course design combines required live weekly meetings online with self-scheduled lectures, problems, assignments, and interactive learning materials. To participate, students will need to have a computer with webcam, reliable internet connection, and a quiet place to participate in live sessions. <p>Students enrolling in this course should have taken one or more courses or implemented one or more projects involving Python programming and one or more courses in probability or statistics. <p>Students enrolling in this course should have taken <b> <u> one or more</b> </u> courses or implemented <b> <u>one or more</b> </u> projects involving Python programming and <b> <u>one or more courses</b> </u> in probability or statistics.

  • Computing & Digtl Technologies
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3680
  • 4 of 5 enrolled
  • TBA 05/25 - 05/31 |MW 07:00 PM-09:00 PM 06/01 - 07/24
  • CDDF,CDTD,OLF,ZODO,

Yahya Kurama

CE 47600 | Special Studies
Yahya Kurama

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in an undergraduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1083
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Tracy Kijewski-Correa

CE 47600 | Special Studies
Tracy Kijewski-Correa

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in an undergraduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2041
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Ahsan Kareem

CE 47600 | Special Studies
Ahsan Kareem

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in an undergraduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1084
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink

CE 47600 | Special Studies
Joannes Westerink

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in an undergraduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1085
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

CE 47600 | Special Studies

Individual or small group study under the direction of a faculty member in an undergraduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2909
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ,

Kapil Khandelwal

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Kapil Khandelwal

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2332
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Andrew Kennedy

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Andrew Kennedy

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2672
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Alexandros Taflanidis

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Alexandros Taflanidis

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2818
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Diogo Bolster

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Diogo Bolster

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2819
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Peter Burns

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Peter Burns

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1627
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Harindra Fernando

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Harindra Fernando

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2635
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Melissa Berke

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Melissa Berke

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2923
  • 0 of 2 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Jeremy Fein

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Jeremy Fein

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2913
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Amy Hixon

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Amy Hixon

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2916
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Clive Neal

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Clive Neal

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2910
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Antonio Simonetti

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Antonio Simonetti

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2925
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Ahsan Kareem

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Ahsan Kareem

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2919
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Tracy Kijewski-Correa

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Tracy Kijewski-Correa

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2917
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Yahya Kurama

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Yahya Kurama

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2924
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

George Mavroeidis

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
George Mavroeidis

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2922
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Ashley Thrall

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Ashley Thrall

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2914
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Kyle Doudrick

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Kyle Doudrick

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2918
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Alan Hamlet

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Alan Hamlet

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2912
  • 0 of 1 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Robert Nerenberg

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Robert Nerenberg

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2920
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

David Richter

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
David Richter

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2915
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Joshua Shrout

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Joshua Shrout

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2911
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Joannes Westerink

CE 48600 | Undergraduate Research
Joannes Westerink

A research project at the undergraduate level under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2921
  • 0 of 0 enrolled
  • ZUG1,

Ahsan Kareem

CE 67600 | Special Studies
Ahsan Kareem

Individual or small-group study under the direction of a faculty member in a graduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1176
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Yahya Kurama

CE 67600 | Special Studies
Yahya Kurama

Individual or small-group study under the direction of a faculty member in a graduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1716
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink

CE 67600 | Special Studies
Joannes Westerink

Individual or small-group study under the direction of a faculty member in a graduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1177
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Kevin Walsh

CE 67600 | Special Studies
Kevin Walsh

Individual or small-group study under the direction of a faculty member in a graduate subject not concurrently covered by any University course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3946
  • 1 of 1 enrolled
  • ,

Maureen Collins

CE 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2537
  • 74 of 100 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

CE 68600 | Thesis Direction
Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

Research to satisfy the six credit hours required for the research master's degree.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1384
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink

CE 68610 | Nonresident Thesis Research
Joannes Westerink

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their theses in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1383
  • 0 of 5 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

CE 78600 | Research and Dissertation
Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students

  • Civil Engineering
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1382
  • 2 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

CE 78610 | Nonresident Dissertation Rsrch
Joannes Westerink, Mollie Dash

Required of nonresident graduate students who are completing their dissertations in absentia and who wish to retain their degree status.

  • Civil Engineering
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1381
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brian Baker

CHEM 08999 | Research Experience HS
Brian Baker

This is a zero-credit course for students engaged in independent research or working with a faculty member or a member of the University staff on a special project. Registration requires a brief description of the research or project to be pursued and the permission of the director of the Summer Session. No course work is required.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2553
  • 0 of 16 enrolled
  • ,

Rachel Branco

CHEM 40404 | Neuropharmacology
Rachel Branco

This course will cover how exogenous drugs interact with the nervous system to produce immediate and long-term chemical, systems, and subjective effects. This will be an upper-level elective course for NSBH majors or other students who have an interest in Neuropharmacology.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 3.0 credits    CRN 3894
  • 28 of 30 enrolled
  • MTWRF 11:45 AM-01:20 PM 05/19 - 06/19
  • OLF,ZODO,

Brandon Ashfeld

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Brandon Ashfeld

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2129
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brian Baker

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Brian Baker

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1667
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Seth Brown

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Seth Brown

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1606
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Ian Carmichael

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Ian Carmichael

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1967
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Francis Castellino

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Francis Castellino

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1605
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Patricia Clark

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Patricia Clark

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1070
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Steven Corcelli

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Steven Corcelli

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1971
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jessica Brown

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Jessica Brown

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1604
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Norman Dovichi

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Norman Dovichi

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1603
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

J. Daniel Gezelter

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
J. Daniel Gezelter

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1669
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Holly Goodson

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Holly Goodson

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1670
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Gregory Hartland

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Gregory Hartland

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1653
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Helquist

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Paul Helquist

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1602
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brian Blagg

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Brian Blagg

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1886
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Huber

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Paul Huber

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1601
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Arnaldo Serrano

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Arnaldo Serrano

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2202
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Prashant Kamat

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Prashant Kamat

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1972
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

S. Alex Kandel

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
S. Alex Kandel

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1071
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Masaru Kuno

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Masaru Kuno

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1885
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Alexander Lappin

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Alexander Lappin

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1600
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Marya Lieberman

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1705
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jon Camden

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Jon Camden

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1887
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Christian Melander

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Christian Melander

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1599
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Shahriar Mobashery

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Shahriar Mobashery

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1006
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jeffrey Peng

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Jeffrey Peng

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1007
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Rebecca Whelan

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Rebecca Whelan

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2203
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Anthony Serianni

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Anthony Serianni

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1184
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Slavi Sevov

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Slavi Sevov

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1652
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Bradley Smith

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Bradley Smith

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1597
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Emily Tsui

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Emily Tsui

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1598
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Richard Taylor

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Richard Taylor

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1595
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Olaf Wiest

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Olaf Wiest

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1596
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Haifeng Gao

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Haifeng Gao

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2586
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Vlad Iluc

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Vlad Iluc

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2587
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Mary Stack

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Mary Stack

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2588
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Bohn

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Paul Bohn

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2637
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Laurie Littlepage

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Laurie Littlepage

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2750
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Katharine White

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Katharine White

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2855
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Juan Del Valle

CHEM 46497 | Directed Readings
Juan Del Valle

In-depth study of topics not covered or only briefly covered in other courses. Readings, problems and reports.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3703
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brandon Ashfeld

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Brandon Ashfeld

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2130
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Brian Baker

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Brian Baker

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1114
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Seth Brown

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Seth Brown

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1115
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Ian Carmichael

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Ian Carmichael

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1966
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Francis Castellino

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Francis Castellino

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1116
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Patricia Clark

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Patricia Clark

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1072
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Steven Corcelli

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Steven Corcelli

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1973
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Jessica Brown

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Jessica Brown

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1117
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Norman Dovichi

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Norman Dovichi

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1123
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

J. Daniel Gezelter

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
J. Daniel Gezelter

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1112
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Holly Goodson

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Holly Goodson

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1113
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Gregory Hartland

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Gregory Hartland

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1118
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Paul Helquist

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Paul Helquist

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1119
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Brian Blagg

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Brian Blagg

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1889
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Paul Huber

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Paul Huber

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1120
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

John Koren

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
John Koren

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2204
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Prashant Kamat

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Prashant Kamat

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1974
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

S. Alex Kandel

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
S. Alex Kandel

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1073
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Masaru Kuno

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Masaru Kuno

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1888
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Alexander Lappin

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Alexander Lappin

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1121
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Marya Lieberman

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1122
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Jon Camden

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Jon Camden

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1890
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Christian Melander

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Christian Melander

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1124
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Shahriar Mobashery

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Shahriar Mobashery

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1008
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Jeffrey Peng

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Jeffrey Peng

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1009
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Arnaldo Serrano

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Arnaldo Serrano

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2205
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Anthony Serianni

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Anthony Serianni

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1126
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Slavi Sevov

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Slavi Sevov

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1127
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Bradley Smith

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Bradley Smith

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1128
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Emily Tsui

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Emily Tsui

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1125
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Richard Taylor

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Richard Taylor

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1129
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Olaf Wiest

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Olaf Wiest

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1130
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Viktor Krchnak

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Viktor Krchnak

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2025
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Marya Lieberman

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2004
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Haifeng Gao

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Haifeng Gao

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2589
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Vlad Iluc

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Vlad Iluc

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2590
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Mary Stack

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Mary Stack

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2591
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Paul Bohn

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Paul Bohn

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2638
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

W. Matthew Leevy

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
W. Matthew Leevy

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2668
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Laurie Littlepage

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Laurie Littlepage

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2751
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Rebecca Whelan

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Rebecca Whelan

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2856
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Katharine White

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Katharine White

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3432
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Juan Del Valle

CHEM 48498 | Undergraduate Research
Juan Del Valle

Research in collaboration with members of the faculty. A written progress report must be submitted each semester, and all participating students must make an oral presentation of their work in the spring semester of senior year.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3702
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,ZUG1,

Maureen Collins

CHEM 67890 | Independent Summer Research
Maureen Collins

This course is for graduate students receiving a summer stipend and conducting independent research. Registering for this course will ensure proper classification for tax purposes. Only those students both actively engaged in research and receiving a stipend are eligible for this course.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2543
  • 175 of 430 enrolled
  • ,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 77670 | Special Problems
Marya Lieberman

Registration limited to high school instructors participating in summer RET programs at Notre Dame.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1968
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Brandon Ashfeld

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Brandon Ashfeld

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2132
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brian Baker

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Brian Baker

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1187
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Seth Brown

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Seth Brown

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1171
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Ian Carmichael

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Ian Carmichael

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1965
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Francis Castellino

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Francis Castellino

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1857
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Patricia Clark

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Patricia Clark

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1074
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Corcelli

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Steven Corcelli

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1976
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jessica Brown

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Jessica Brown

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1856
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Norman Dovichi

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Norman Dovichi

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1713
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

J. Daniel Gezelter

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
J. Daniel Gezelter

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1671
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Holly Goodson

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Holly Goodson

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1672
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Gregory Hartland

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Gregory Hartland

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1387
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Helquist

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Paul Helquist

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1855
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brian Blagg

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Brian Blagg

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1892
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Huber

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Paul Huber

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1854
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Amanda Hummon

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Amanda Hummon

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2206
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Prashant Kamat

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Prashant Kamat

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1975
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

S. Alex Kandel

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
S. Alex Kandel

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1075
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Masaru Kuno

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Masaru Kuno

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1891
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Alexander Lappin

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Alexander Lappin

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1853
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Marya Lieberman

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1172
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jon Camden

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Jon Camden

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1893
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Zachary Schultz

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Zachary Schultz

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1852
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Shahriar Mobashery

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Shahriar Mobashery

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1010
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Peng

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Jeffrey Peng

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1011
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Arnaldo Serrano

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Arnaldo Serrano

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2207
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Anthony Serianni

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Anthony Serianni

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1850
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Slavi Sevov

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Slavi Sevov

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1188
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Bradley Smith

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Bradley Smith

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1849
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Emily Tsui

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Emily Tsui

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1851
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Richard Taylor

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Richard Taylor

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1189
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Olaf Wiest

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Olaf Wiest

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1190
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

William Schneider

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
William Schneider

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2026
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Haifeng Gao

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Haifeng Gao

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2592
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Vlad Iluc

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Vlad Iluc

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2593
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Mary Stack

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Mary Stack

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2594
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Bohn

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Paul Bohn

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2639
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Laurie Littlepage

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Laurie Littlepage

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2752
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

John Parkhill

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
John Parkhill

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2857
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Christian Melander

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Christian Melander

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3433
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Rebecca Whelan

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Rebecca Whelan

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3434
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Katharine White

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Katharine White

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3435
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Juan Del Valle

CHEM 78599 | Thesis Direction
Juan Del Valle

Research and reading for master's students

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 3701
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brandon Ashfeld

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Brandon Ashfeld

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2133
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brian Baker

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Brian Baker

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1191
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Seth Brown

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Seth Brown

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1702
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Ian Carmichael

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Ian Carmichael

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1964
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Francis Castellino

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Francis Castellino

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1658
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Patricia Clark

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Patricia Clark

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1076
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Steven Corcelli

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Steven Corcelli

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1978
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jessica Brown

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Jessica Brown

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1659
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Norman Dovichi

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Norman Dovichi

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1664
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

J. Daniel Gezelter

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
J. Daniel Gezelter

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1673
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Holly Goodson

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Holly Goodson

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1674
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Gregory Hartland

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Gregory Hartland

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1660
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Helquist

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Paul Helquist

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1661
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Kenneth Henderson

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Kenneth Henderson

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1895
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Huber

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Paul Huber

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1662
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brian Blagg

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Brian Blagg

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2208
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Prashant Kamat

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Prashant Kamat

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1977
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

S. Alex Kandel

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
S. Alex Kandel

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1077
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Masaru Kuno

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Masaru Kuno

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1894
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Alexander Lappin

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Alexander Lappin

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1663
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Marya Lieberman

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1701
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jon Camden

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Jon Camden

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1896
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Amanda Hummon

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Amanda Hummon

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1665
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Shahriar Mobashery

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Shahriar Mobashery

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1012
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Jeffrey Peng

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Jeffrey Peng

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1013
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Arnaldo Serrano

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Arnaldo Serrano

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2209
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Anthony Serianni

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Anthony Serianni

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1666
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Slavi Sevov

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Slavi Sevov

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1657
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Bradley Smith

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Bradley Smith

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1668
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Emily Tsui

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Emily Tsui

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1078
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Richard Taylor

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Richard Taylor

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1656
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Olaf Wiest

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Olaf Wiest

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 1655
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Haifeng Gao

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Haifeng Gao

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2595
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Vlad Iluc

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Vlad Iluc

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2596
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Mary Stack

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Mary Stack

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2597
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Paul Bohn

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Paul Bohn

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2640
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Laurie Littlepage

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Laurie Littlepage

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2753
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

John Parkhill

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
John Parkhill

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 2858
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Zachary Schultz

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Zachary Schultz

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3346
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Christian Melander

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Christian Melander

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3436
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Rebecca Whelan

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Rebecca Whelan

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3437
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Katharine White

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Katharine White

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3438
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Juan Del Valle

CHEM 90697 | Directed Readings
Juan Del Valle

Reading and research on specialized topics that are immediately relevant to the student's interests and not routinely covered in the regular curriculum.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 1.0 credits    CRN 3700
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • CHSE,

Brandon Ashfeld

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Brandon Ashfeld

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2134
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brian Baker

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Brian Baker

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1192
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Seth Brown

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Seth Brown

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1174
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Ian Carmichael

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Ian Carmichael

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1962
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Francis Castellino

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Francis Castellino

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1848
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Patricia Clark

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Patricia Clark

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1079
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Steven Corcelli

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Steven Corcelli

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1980
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jessica Brown

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Jessica Brown

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1847
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Norman Dovichi

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Norman Dovichi

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1714
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

J. Daniel Gezelter

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
J. Daniel Gezelter

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1675
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Holly Goodson

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Holly Goodson

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1676
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Gregory Hartland

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Gregory Hartland

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1386
  • 1 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Helquist

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Paul Helquist

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1846
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Kenneth Henderson

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Kenneth Henderson

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1898
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Paul Huber

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Paul Huber

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1845
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Brian Blagg

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Brian Blagg

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2210
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Prashant Kamat

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Prashant Kamat

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1979
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

S. Alex Kandel

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
S. Alex Kandel

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1080
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Masaru Kuno

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Masaru Kuno

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1897
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Alexander Lappin

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Alexander Lappin

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1844
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Marya Lieberman

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Marya Lieberman

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1175
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Jon Camden

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Jon Camden

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1899
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Amanda Hummon

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Amanda Hummon

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1843
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Shahriar Mobashery

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Shahriar Mobashery

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1014
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Jeffrey Peng

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Jeffrey Peng

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1015
  • 0 of 20 enrolled
  • ,

Arnaldo Serrano

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Arnaldo Serrano

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 2211
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Anthony Serianni

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Anthony Serianni

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1841
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Slavi Sevov

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Slavi Sevov

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1193
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Bradley Smith

CHEM 98698 | Research and Dissertation
Bradley Smith

Research and dissertation for resident doctoral students.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 0.0 credits    CRN 1840
  • 0 of 10 enrolled
  • ,

Emily Tsui