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CS 170 Lecture 1:  Class Overview Instructor Information Kristian Stout [email protected] Office: TBD Office Hours: TTH 5:30 – 6:30
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Should you be here? Enrollment in CS170 is restricted to pre-business majors  (curriculum code 006) and Environmental and Business  Economics majors (curriculum code 373). CS 111 Students: Talk To me. Are you a first semester freshman? …. Let’s have a chat. I do not have special permission numbers
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Recitation You are expected to attend recitation Your TA gives you 10 extra credit points based on their  assessment of you There is a lot of material in this class; some of it is  challenging.  Recitations are the time when the focus is on you (and about  10 to 15 other people).  Your TA will grade your assignments.  Buttering me up will not help your grade 
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Recitation Locations 01  T  8: 55- 9: 50 AM Tillet Liv 02 T  10: 35- 11: 30 AM Tillet  Liv 03  T  12: 15- 1: 10 PM Tillet  Liv 04  Th  8: 55- 9: 50 AM Tillet  Liv 05  Th  10: 35- 11: 30 AM Tillet  Liv 06  Th  12: 15- 1: 10 PM Tillet Liv 07  Th  6: 55- 7: 50 PM Tillet  Liv 08  T  1: 55- 2: 50 PM Tillet  Liv 09  T  3: 35- 4: 30 PM Tillet  Liv 10  T  5: 15- 6: 10 PM Tillet  Liv 11
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