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PHSC 108 01A (Lecture) 01B (Lab) Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math Course Information: PHSC 108 Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math Days and time of class: Lecture : Mon / Wed 3:00pm – 4:15pm Recitation: Mon 4:20 pm – 6:00 pm, Wed 4:20 pm 6:00 pm Campus and Semester: Chicago Campus: WB 911 (Lecture), WB 911 (Rec) Spring 2014 Text(s) being used: A Brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking) 978-0553380163 In Search of Schrödinger's Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality (John Gribbin) 978- 0553341034 Optional The First Three Minutes : (Steven Weinberg) A Modern View Of The Origin Of The Universe: 978-0465024377 Instructor Information: Instructor’s name: Dr. Jonathan Asaadi Contact information: 312 341 3670 (University) 979 846 8510 (Cell) Email: [email protected] Student should expect a reply within 24 - 48 hours Office hours: Mon/Wed 5:00-6:00pm Policies and procedures: - No laptops/cellphones/tablets open or on during lecture! ( all my lecture notes will be posted online immediately following class...you are expected to take notes during class) - Attendance is mandatory (attendance grade is based both on being present as well as performance on in class quizzes and presentations) - Be on time and stay awake during class (don't take it personally if I single you out for falling asleep) - Reading quizzes based on textbooks must be completed on the course Blackboard
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