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Tutor Experience

Tutors in the Math Support Center have varying areas of expertise. Here is a matrix of who can do what:

Tutors and Courses

Tutors:

```   	ra246	Radhika Aggarwal
ab673	Anish Borkar
hlb6	Harry Bowman
tc328	Tarun Chitra
dmc67	Devin Conathan
klc73	Katrina Cronenburg
ref2	Dick Furnas
rg255	Roberto Guzman
hj94	Han Jiang
kk524	Kyu Kim
jjk57	Jeffrey King
twp8	Tom Petek
dlp49	Doug Puett
jhs223	John Sheridan
rns9	Niko Stahl
mpw28	Max Wasserman
jrw289	James Welch
```

Course Numbering System:

The first digit of the course number indicates the level of the course: roughly,

• 1 and 2 indicate underclass courses;
• 3 and 4, upper class courses;
• 5, professional-level and mathematics education courses;
• 6 and 7, graduate courses.

Within the MATH subject area, the second digit often indicates the subject matter:

• 0, general;
• 1 and 2, analysis;
• 3 and 4, algebra and combinatorics;
• 5 and 6, topology and geometry;
• 7, probability and statistics;
• 8, logic;
• 9, other.

Courses:

• Support and Precalculus Courses: 005, 006, 011, 012, 100, 109
• General and Liberal Arts Courses: 103, 134, 135, 160, 171, 304, 401, 408
• Non-calculus Introductory Courses: 105, 171, 221, 231
• Calculus Courses (Non-engineering): 106, 111, 112, 122, 213, 222, 223, 224
• The Engineering Sequence: 191, 192, 293, 294
• Mathematics Education: 408, 451
• History of Mathematics: 403
• Analysis and Differential Equations: 311, 321, 323, 362, 413, 414, 418, 420, 422, 424, 425, 426, 428
• Algebra and Number Theory: 332, 336, 431, 432, 433, 434, 437
• Combinatorics: 441, 442, 455
• Geometry and Topology: 356, 450, 451, 452, 453, 454
• Probability and Statistics: 171, 275, 471, 472
• Mathematical Logic: 281, 384, 481, 482, 486

New 4-digit course numbering system:

Course numbers with 4 digits will be used from summer 2008 forward.

In the MATH subject area, conversion of courses numbers from the old 3-digit system to the new 4-digit system was accomplished in most cases by adding a 0 as the 4th digit.

Exceptions are as follows:

• MATH 005 becomes 1005,
• MATH 006 becomes 1006,
• MATH 011 becomes 1011,
• MATH 012 becomes 1012,
• MATH 103 becomes 1300,
• MATH 105 becomes 1105,
• MATH 106 becomes 1106,
• MATH 109 becomes 1009.

Support and Precalculus Courses General and Liberal Arts Courses Non-calculus Introductory Courses Calculus Courses (Non-engineering) The Engineering Sequence Mathematics Education History of Mathematics Analysis and Differential Equations Algebra and Number Theory Combinatorics Geometry and Topology Probability and Statistics Mathematical Logic
1005 1006 1011 1012 1000 1009 1300 1340 1350 1600 1710 3040 4010 4080 1105 1710 2210 2310 1106 1110 1120 1220 2130 2220 2230 2240 1910 1920 2930 2940 4080 4510 4030 3110 3210 3230 3620 4130 4140 4180 4200 4220 4240 4250 4260 4280 3320 3360 4310 4320 4330 4340 4370 4410 4420 4550 3560 4500 4510 4520 4530 4540 1710 2750 4710 4720 2810 3840 4810 4820 4860

Tutor Areas of Expertise

Color NetID Name 105 106 108 111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231 289 293 294 304 311 314 332 338 362 384 413 451 513
ad338 Amrish Deshmukh 105 106   111 112   191     221 222                       362   413
ab673 Anish Borkar 105 106   111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222     231   293 294
dmc67 Devin Conathan 105 106 108 111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231 289 293 294 304 311 314 332 338 362 384 413 451 513
ref2 Dick Furnas 105 106 108 111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231 289 293 294 304 311 314 332 338 362 384 413 451 513
dlp49 Doug Puett 105 106 108 111 112   191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231 289   294 304 311 314 332 338 362 384
hj94 Han Jiang 105 106   111 112 171 191 192   221
hlb6 Harry Bowman 105 106 108 111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231 289 293 294 304 311 314 332 338 362 384 413 451 513
jrw289 James Welch 105 106   111 112   191 192               293 294
jjk57 Jeffrey King 105 106   111 112   191     221 222               311   332       413,428
jhs223 John Sheridan 105 106   111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222     231     294 304     332
klc73 Katrina Cronburg 105 106   111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222           294   311
kk524 Kyu Kim 105 106   111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224     293 294
mpw28 Max Wasserman 105 106   111 112   191 192
rns9 Niko Stahl 105 106   111 112   191 192   221                     332     384 413 451
ra246 Radhika Aggarwal 105 106   111 112   191                 293
rg255 Roberto Guzman 105 106   111 112 171 191 192 213 221 222 223 224     293 294   311 314         413   513
tc328 Tarun Chitra 105 106   111 112   191 192 213 221 222 223 224 231   293 294 304 311           413
twp8 Tom Petek 105 106   111 112 171 191     221 222             304 311

-- DickFurnas - 07 Sep 2008
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