"Making sense of your math placement score"
Discussion session on Monday August 30, 2010 from 9:3010AM in Science Center B.
Should I take Math 19,20,21,23,25,55:
Meeting and discussion on Monday, August 30th from 2:305:00 PM, Science Center D.
All questions will be answered and all concerns addressed.
Sectioning: After the introductory meetings
(see the schedule below), calculus is taught entirely in sections. To enroll in
Math Ma,Math 1a, Math 1b, Math 21a, Math 21b, you
must section by computer during the period starting Monday,
August 30, and no later than 12:00 pm (noon) on Thursday, September 2rd.
Note that you can resection as often as you
like during this time and your previous entry will be erased.

Directions for sectioning by computer:
From a Windows computer, open the SecureCRT application
[Download from FAS].
Use the "Quickconnect" menu to open a connection with protocol
ssh2, hostname: ulam.fas.harvard.edu and username: section
 
From a Macintosh with OS X start the "Terminal" application located under Applications/Utilities.
At the shell prompt, type
"ssh section@ulam.fas.harvard.edu" and type return.
 
Using any Linux or Unix computer, login into your FAS account.
At the shell prompt, type
"ssh section@ulam.fas.harvard.edu" and type return.
 

More help on CRT
More help in general.

Your section assignment will be emailed to you by 5:00 pm Friday, September 3th.

Calculus advising and placement help is
available as follows: (We prefer to do calculus
advising in person rather than by phone or email).

Advising for 2355:
Students who need advice about Math 2355 should go to the 'Should I
take Math 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 55' meeting on Monday, August 30 from
2:305:00 pm in Science Center D. Those who need advice subsequent to
this meeting should contact Professor Peter Kronheimer
(kronheim@harvard.edu), whose office hours are
Monday, 8/30 2:304:30 pm, Tuesday, 8/31 2:303:30 pm,
Friday, 9/3 2:303:30 pm, Tuesday, 9/7 34 pm.
Note that advising is not done via telephone, so please use
these scheduled advising times, or contact Professor Kronheimer via email.
Professor Paul Bamberg will be holding open office hours in
Room 322 of the Science Center from 12:30 on Tuesday 8/31
to answer questions about Math 23a,b.
Upper level math courses
Freshmen who wish to take math courses labeled 102 or greater should
speak with Professor Peter Kronheimer first. His advising office
hours and his email address is given in the previous entry.

REQUIRED introductory meetings will be held for each course
on the following dates and locations:
Course  Date 
Location  Time 
Ma  Wed, Sep 1  Sci Center D  8:30AM9:00AM 
1a  Thu, Sep 2  Sci Center B  8:30AM9:00AM 
1b  Wed, Sep 1  Sci Center C  8:30AM9:00AM 
21a  Thu, Sep 2  Sci Center C  8:30AM9:00AM 
21b  Wed, Sep 1  Sci Center B  8:30AM9:00AM 

Nonsectioned courses 19,20,23,25 begin on Wednesday, September 1nd.
Upper level math courses begin either on Wednesday, September 1 or Thursday, September 2.

Sections in Ma,1a,1b,21a,21b will begin on Wednesday, September 8th.
