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Unformatted text preview: 1 State University of New York at Stony Brook Economics 108 Principles of Economics Fall 2011 TuThu 2:20-3:40 pm, JAVITZ Lecture Hall 100 Professor Eva Carceles-Poveda Office: SBS Building S-629 Office Phone: 1-631-632-7533 Office Hours: Tu Thu 12:00-13:00 pm, S-629, SBS Building Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Textbook: Principles of Economics by Frank and Bernanke (4 th edition) from McGraw- Hill. The University Bookstore offers multiple ways to purchase textbook. It is available new ( $252.65) , used ( $189.50), rented ($123.80) or as an ebook ( $119.45) . Students can start reserving their textbooks now on University Bookstore website, where they can choose to pick up their books in-store or have them shipped to their home. Alternatively, students may come to the bookstore at the start of the term and buy books in person. Recitations: There will be a head TA and regular TAs for this class. The name of the head TA is Jacques Lartigue Mendoza (email@example.com). If you have any complaints about any of the regular TAs you should talk to the head TA. The TAs will teach recitations and will hold weekly office hours. During the recitations, they will go over the solutions of the weekly assignments and answer any questions regarding the home assignments. You will have to hand in your home assignments to the TAs before your recitation (no assignment will be accepted after the recitation has started). You should take the assignments seriously and do them every week because they will help you to prepare for the exams. You should also attend the recitations. They will help you to see if you understand the material covered in the class. The time for the recitations, as well as the office hours of the TAs are below (please check solar for the location). Every day of the week, a group of TAs will hold office hours. No. Time of Recitation Location TA 01 Tu 3:50PM - 4:45PM Shu Juan/Kenneth 02 Tu 5:20PM - 6:15PM Carlos 03 Tu 3:50PM - 4:45PM Jacques 04 Tu 5:20PM - 6:15PM Kwadwo 05 Th 12:50PM - 1:45PM Ryan 06 Th 9:50AM - 10:45AM Christine/Bainong 07 Th 11:20AM - 12:15PM Saahil/Shahroz 08 Th 12:50PM - 1:45PM Thomas 09 We 3:50PM - 4:45PM Vivek 10 We 5:20PM - 6:15PM Hafou/Shuling 2 TA Office Hour Email Christine-lobby Mon 12-1 pm (weeks 1-7) firstname.lastname@example.org Kenneth-lobby Mon 1-2 pm (weeks 1-7) email@example.com Shuling-lobby Mon 4-5 pm (weeks 8-14) firstname.lastname@example.org Jacques-N607 Tu 11:30-12:30 am (weeks 1-14) email@example.com Saahil-lobby Tu 11:40-12:40 (weeks 1-7) firstname.lastname@example.org Shu Juan Wu-lobby Tu 1-2 pm (weeks 1-7) email@example.com Ryan-S620 Wed 12-1 pm (weeks 1-14) firstname.lastname@example.org Hafou-lobby Wed 1-2 pm (weeks 1-7) email@example.com Kwadwo-S616 Thu 12:25-13:25 pm (weeks 1-14) firstname.lastname@example.org Bainong-lobby Thu 1-2 pm (weeks 8-14) email@example.com Carlos -S618 Thu 4-5 pm (weeks 1-14) firstname.lastname@example.org Vivek-lobby Fri 10-11 am (weeks 1-14) email@example.com Zhenning-S620 Fri 11-12 am (weeks 1-14)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course ECO 108 taught by Professor Wolman during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
- Spring '08