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Office Hours, EMail

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When you need help with the lecture material, the lab material, or the problem sets, don’t despair—there are plenty of ways to get help. First, you should look at the “course blog” because someone else may have run into the problem and the answer could be posted there. Second, we offer a large number of office hours: instructors, TAs, and tutors. Third, if you can’t find the answer on the “blog” and nobody is running an office hour and you need the answer now, send email (that’s like texting but you get to write full sentences with question marks and real punctuation—that’s the "." "," "!" "?" thingies on your keyboard).

See Blog

You must read the “class blog” on a daily basis—we will use it to notify you of things that need timely dissemination.

Office Hours

Here is a listing of all the office hours that the course staff offers. If you would like to speak to an instructor and you cannot make it to his or her office hours, send email and set up a meeting. (All emails are CCS accounts; add @ccs.neu.edu to the name below.)














Ben Lerner












Tue 3:30--5:30pm










Wed 4:30--6:00pm

Becca MacKenzie








WVH 3rd floor breakout




Mon 8:00--10:00pm










Fri 4:00--6:00pm

Martha Hamlin








WVH 3rd floor breakout




Wed 6:30--7:30pm










Thu 9:00pm--12:00am

Matthew Singer








WVH 3rd floor breakout




Tue 9:30--11:30am










Wed 11:30--1:30pm

Milo Davis








WVH 102




Thu 2:00--4:00pm

Peter Teixeira








WVH 102




Wed 8:00--10:00pm

Philip Blair








WVH 102




Mon 12:00--2:00pm

Tom Kowalski








WVH 102




Tue 6:00--8:00pm

Tyler Kindy








WVH 102




Thu 6:00--8:00pm

William Meehan








WVH 102




Thu 4:00--6:00pm

Kathleen Newcomer








WVH 102




Wed 10:30--11:30










Thu 10:30--11:30

Email Addresses

You may send Email to individuals on the teaching staff of the course. Note that we may post your mail message on the course blog if we think it is of general interest to the rest of the class, so if you want to ensure privacy, be sure to request it when you write us.