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DECEMBER 1, 2011

an advertising special edition of The Daily Texan

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WINTER BREAK EDITION


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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Editor’s Note

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here did the time go? It seems like just yesterday we were walking to class in the sweltering August heat, and now it’s already time for finals — can I get a collective, “hallelujah!”? But before you can get to whatever you do over Winter Break, you have to make it through, and make the grade on, your exams. Here’s how to do it: start by creating the ultimate study playlist. (Check out Alex’s awesome suggestions on page 9). Step two: get out of your dorm or apartment! Instead, head to one of our favorite coffee shops on page 8. Whether you like background music, need Wi-Fi or just want a really good cup of joe, we’ve got it all. Since this is our last issue of the semester, we’ve also included some winter break tips, including holiday-themed events in the next few weeks (pg. 3 and

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SWEET TREATS: Reward your studying self with baked goods from Mozart’s and the other coffee shops on page 8.

10). Give yourself a break and go to a couple — your brain will thank you! Speaking of giving thanks, I want to give a shoutout to all you Longhorns out there who actually pick up Longhorn Life and read it. In my time as editor (which is sadly coming to an end after this issue), I have tried

really hard to make LL something that you — and I — want to read, and so have the writers who have so graciously put up with my crazy edits for the last year. I also owe a lot to the coordinator of this fabulous publication, Adrienne, for her help in making me a

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Class ideas for faculty/staff

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UT research & higher ed briefs

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What to do over the break Songs to play while you study

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THE WEEKEND Student chatter around the 40 Acres

Compiled by Sylvia Butanda | Photos by Kaneez Fizza Longhorn Life

Which starbucks drink are you sipping on?

Need a break from finals already? Head to one of these holiday-themed events this weekend. (Flip to pg. 10 for even more winter activities!)

Thursday THE SANTALAND DIARIES One of Austin’s most cherished traditions, this hilarious stage show at Zach Theatre is sure to relieve you of all that studying tension. Time: 8 p.m. Cost: $18 for students

Friday UGLY SWEATER PARTY Put on that sweater your grandma got you last Christmas, and head to this gettogether hosted by the Graduate School Assembly at The Local Pub & Patio on the Drag. Time: 8 p.m. Cost: FREE

saturday HOLIDAY SING-ALONG

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“A tall eggnog latte.”

“A tall caramel macchiato with an extra shot.”

“A grande gingerbread latte.”

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What’s in your bag? Matthew Limanjaya undeclared freshman

Cacie Waters

Knowing how unpredictable Texas weather can be, Limanjaya carries both a scarf and a pair of socks for extra warmth — just in case. Originally from Indonesia, where it never drops below 84 degrees, Limanjaya will be ready to face the “chilly” Texas weather with the items in his bag.

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Wearing: Macy’s sweater and belt, Target dress and bag, Strut scarf and Buffalo Exchange boots. Fashion icon: I like Zooey Deschanel’s style because it’s cute and easy.

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Join KUT’s John Aielli for caroling at the Capitol, followed by some quality shopping, eating and imbibing downtown. Time: 6 p.m. Cost: FREE

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Most Seasonal

Austin Parks Foundation hosts an outdoor screening of this Christmas favorite in Republic Square Park. Don’t forget a blanket and hot chocolate! Time: 6 p.m. Cost: FREE


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Good eats on a student budget

What’s in Your Pantry?

Enjoy the tastes of fall with easy, delicious chicken Allie Murphy Longhorn Life

With the transition of fall into winter comes certain cravings: one of which, is delicious roasted chicken. It’s the epitome of homemade comfort food—and the warmth and aroma of a classic roasted chicken are vital parts of the autumn season. This recipe captures that fall feeling, but is simple enough for culinary novices. Case in point: instead of buying a whole chicken that will likely go to waste, the flavorful thighs used below are cheaper and perfect for a single serving. Throw some mashed potatoes into the mix, and you’ll have a cozy meal to help you relax after a long day of studying! You’ll need: a small bowl, a spoon, a sharp knife, a cutting board, paper towels and a cake pan for roasting.

Easy Herb Roasted Chicken

Makes 1-2 servings Ingredients: 2 chicken thighs 1 ½ teaspoons fresh parsley, finely chopped

1 ½ teaspoons fresh thyme, finely chopped 1 ½ teaspoons fresh rosemary, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon white or rice wine vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil, plus more for drizzling A pinch of crushed red pepper flakes Kosher salt Directions: 1. First, preheat the oven to 400 degrees. 2. Combine the parsley, thyme, rosemary, garlic, red pepper, vinegar and olive oil in a small bowl to form a paste. Salt the paste to your liking; I like salty food, so I used about one teaspoon. 3. Pat the chicken thighs with a paper towel to remove any excess moisture, then place in pan. Using your fingers, work your way underneath the chicken skin. 4. Next, smear the herb paste evenly under the skin until you’ve used it all. Drizzle a little olive oil over the chicken thighs and massage the oil into the skin, then sprinkle with salt. 5. Bake for 35 minutes, or until a knife cuts into the meat easily and the juices run clear. Chow down, and enjoy!

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The Triangle’s Flying Saucer adds two Christmas brews With 73 beers on tap and more than 130 bottled beers in stock, Flying Saucer in the Triangle continuously rotates their menu, highlighting beers for every occasion — and the holiday season is no different. This month, Flying Saucer is serving two Christmas beers: Anchor Christmas 2011 — a malty mix of spices including cinnamon, nutmeg and a hint of pine — and Breckenridge Christmas Ale, filled with sturdy overtones of caramel and chocolate. Both beers are currently served bottled, but will be available on tap later this month. Katrina Funtanilla/Longhorn Life

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• Dig up that box of old family photos and create a scrapbook of your best memories — or maybe just using the funniest photos you find. • Take advantage of your time together by having family photos taken. Nothing says family bonding like matching sweaters! • Go old-school with a family game night. Combine Taboo, Charades and eggnog for an unforgettable night, and possibly even a new holiday tradition.

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GIVE A GIFT THAT KEEPS GIVING Looking for more ways to give back? This year consider gifting your friends and family with presents that benefit not only themselves. CAMELBAK GROOVE BOTTLE This Matt Damonsponsored product gives $10 for every bottle purchased to help provide clean drinking water for those without. SMASHBOX EYE WISH PALETTE For every purchase, Smashbox will donate $1 to the Children’s Miracle Network.

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CUTE & CUDDLY: An Austin Pets Alive volunteer gives some much-needed love to homeless pups this holiday season.

Volunteer in Austin this break Lauren Daly LONGHORN LIFE

While you’re humming “Jingle Bell Rock” and cuddling in your Snuggie, don’t forget the warm, fuzzy feeling that comes from giving back to your community. Austin has plenty of options — from animal shelters to food banks — to help you help others this holiday season.

GIVE SOME LOVE TO THE ANIMALS OF AUSTIN Austin Pets Alive! is a no-kill shelter that saves abandoned cats and dogs facing euthanasia, by training, feeding and caring for the animals until they are adopted. They can always use volunteers to help with construction projects or animal training. If you’re headed out of Austin for the break, Austin Pets Alive! has a lengthy pet wish-list that includes chew toys, glass cleaner and kitty litter. Swing by and drop off these items before you head home for the holidays.

SAVE A LIFE The holidays are a popular time for blood drives on the 40

Acres, so keep an eye out for upcoming drives by student organizations. On Dec. 18, the Natural Sciences Council will be hosting a drive outside of Jester. Giving blood is a simple — and time-efficient — way to help the Austin community this holiday season.

DONATE TO A LOCAL FOOD PANTRY El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission is a unique center that provides health care, ESL education and food assistance to Hispanic families and individuals facing economic difficulties. El Buen will provide meals to needy families for up to six months, along with emotional support, healthy recipes and educational materials. People can take classes on healthy eating, receive counseling and attend adult education classes. Volunteers are always needed during the holidays. You can also drop off monetary donations or food items every Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their location at 7000 Woodhue Dr. Items on the organization’s wish-list include cereal boxes, pancake mix boxes,

oatmeal and vegetable soups.

BE AN ELF USPS’s Operation Santa has been helping spread Christmas cheer to needy children since 1912. At participating Post Offices’ across the United States, anyone can volunteer to be one of Santa’s elves by sponsoring a Christmas present for a local child that has mailed a wish-list to Santa. Check out beanelf. org to find a participating post office, and sift through letters to find one that’s particularly moving to you.

ADOPT A FAMILY It’s never easy to start from nothing; so this holiday season consider helping out a family affected by the Bastrop wildfires earlier this year. From shelter to shoes, needs vary widely from family to family, but anything (even a little warm holiday cheer) can help to get these families back on their feet. Visit adoptafamily.us to find a list of local familes and register to sponsor any necessities or gifts these families might need this winter.

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Coffee to keep you awake, focused and acing exams Lauren Daly LONGHORN LIFE

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inals are here, and this time around, you may feel the need to leave the comfort of your dorm room or apartment to pull off that 4.0. Grab your backpack

and head to one of these nearby Longhorn Life-approved coffee shops for a nice change of pace and a great cup of joe.

EINSTEIN BROS. BAGELS Located near the corner of Guadalupe and 24th Street, these brothers can hook you up with a well-lit alternative to hunkering away in a dim dorm room. PROS: Good lighting, strong coffee, quiet background music CONS: Uncomfortable metal chairs and no connection to Wi-Fi BEST FOR: Catching up on reading material and computing math problems

CAFFÉ MEDICI Tucked subtly away on the Drag, it’s easy to skip over this hidden treasure. Stop in for a quality roasted coffee and an artsy, relaxed feel. PROS: Free Wi-Fi, great coffee, polite service, comfortable sofas CONS: Loud customers, and it’s possible you’ll get stuck with a hard, metal chair. BEST FOR: People who prefer a medium between library-quiet and the average restaurant noise level. You can do anything from essays to chemistry homework here.

PRUFROCK’S JAVA CITY Because it’s attached to the corner of the PCL, this is easily accessible for

residents of Jester and other residence halls on the 40 Acres. PROS: Open feel, Wi-Fi access, lots of seating options CONS: Background music can randomly get loud, and there are a few rushes throughout the day. However, ear buds can easily fix this issue. BEST FOR: Quick reviews and group studying.

BRIGGO COMPUTERGENERATED COFFEE SHOP Briggo offers coffee for the modern age; simply download the app from their website and create your perfect cup of joe. That order is then sent to a barista-mimicking robot in the FAC, and you’ll be notified when your order is ready. The machine isn’t quite ready yet, but keep an eye out for it in the next couple of weeks. PROS: Quality coffee, no lines, location versatility. (You can either study in the FAC or take your coffee back to your place). CONS: The only real con here would be for those who are fearful of robots. BEST FOR: People who hate standing in lines, on-campus residents and those who prefer studying at home.

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CUP OF JOE: Check out these coffee shops for that necessary caffeine boost while you study. From left: Capote Coffee in Dobie Mall, Caffé Medici on the Drag and Prufrock’s Java City in the PCL.


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Preparing for finals

The perfect music playlist for your late-night study sessions Alex Vickery Longhorn Life

Finals. Did you feel your stomach drop when you read that word? How about nerves, anxiety or dread? The key to a successful all-nighter (and—let’s hope—an A): a study-friendly music playlist. Check out our suggestions for tunes to take the pressure off and help you get through the rest of your cramming—I mean, studying.

1. “Blindsided” by Bon Iver

Anytime you want to be serenaded into serenity, look no further than the indie-folk stylings of Bon Iver. The band’s name was derived from a French phrase meaning “good winter,” so it’s only natural that it provides warmth when you’re cuddled up in the library in your sweats. Another tip: take a study break and go for a walk with Bon Iver as your soundtrack, and you’ll feel refreshed in no time. Similar to Bon Iver: Sufjan Stevens, James Vincent McMorrow, Fleet Foxes

2. “Dream of Thaw” by Balmorhea

A lot of students prefer instrumental music because they think it’s less distracting. The eloquent acoustic sounds of Balmorhea are gentle enough to let studying take the forefront in your mind. Each instrumental band has a different style, from classical to rock or electronic sounds; it’s just a matter of finding which fits your studying needs. Similar to Balmorhea: God Is An Astronaut, El Ten Eleven, Explosions in the Sky, Pretty Lights

3. “Fools” by The Temper Trap

Known primarily for their indie hit “Sweet Disposition” (which should definitely be on repeat on your playlist), the Australian band The Temper Trap has a knack for soft, catchy melodies. The song “Fools” is no exception. Something about singer Johnathon Aherne’s airy voice and the dreamy combination of guitar, drums and piano is captivating.

Heck, just put their whole album “Conditions” on repeat. Similar to The Temper Trap: Death Cab for Cutie, Band of Horses

4. “Champagne Supernova” by Matt Pond PA

A classic Oasis cover never gets old, and sometimes familiar sounds can keep your brain from exploding. No matter how familiar you are with this song, the sound of rushing water and soft guitar at the beginning and the orchestral sounds throughout are sure to put a relaxed smile on your face … now get back to studying! Similar to Matt Pond PA: Radiohead, Dave Matthews Band

5. “Imagine” by Jack Johnson

The folk acoustic sounds and soft voice of Jack Johnson are sure to put one at ease no matter when or where you’re listening to him; so it would only make sense to add him to your studying playlist! Plus, the beautiful lyrics of John Lennon never go out of style. There’s nothing like finding a sweet new take on a great oldie. Similar to Jack Johnson: John Mayer, Ben Harper, Colbie Caillat, Boyce Avenue

6. “Ride (Tiesto Remix)” by Cary Brothers

Music in the electronic genres—think house, trance, techno and now dubstep—often have catchy beats and minimal lyrics. Just like people get carried away in clubs all over the world, allow your mind to flow along with the beat as you study. Tiesto’s trance sounds in this remix are soothing enough to ease stress, and yet hyper enough to keep you awake — the perfect combination when cracking open those textbooks. Similar to Cary Brothers: Kaskade, Moby, Armin Van Buuren

7. “Cartwheels” by The Reindeer Section

Fun fact: The Reindeer Section is a Scottish indie-rock group formed by Snow Patrol’s lead

singer, Gary Lightbody. You’ll recognize the same voice that captivated people in his sweet, melodic love songs on Snow Patrol’s albums. He does the same on this song, which was featured on “The O.C.’s” soundtrack. Similar to The Reindeer Section: Snow Patrol, City and Colour, The Perishers

8. “I Turn My Camera On” by Rock Kills Kid

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What’s your favorite study song? Angela Wu Li geology freshman “Glosoli” by Sigur Ros

James McEnelly radio-television-film junior “You’re Not Alone” by Nobuo Uematsu

If your late-night listening leans towards alternative rock, then consider Rock Kills Kid’s cover of Spoon’s “I Turn My Camera On.” The beats are strong and forcible, yet there’s a flow that’s easy on the ears and brain. Can’t you hear it telling you to “Keep on cramming on?” Well, something like that. Similar to Rock Kills Kid: Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, Coldplay

9. “Boa Sorte” by Vanessa da Mata and Ben Harper

In this modern take on Brazilian bossa nova, Ben Harper joins Brazilian songstress Vanessa da Mata to create this soothing pop track. Bossa nova, which emerged in the mid-20th century out of samba and jazz, offers one of the most unique sounds in today’s music scene. Michael Bublé and Nelly Furtado’s “Quando Quando Quando” and the classic “The Girl From Ipanema,” should also not be missed. Similar to Vanessa de Mata: Sigur Ros, Federico Aubele

Erica Banda electrical and computer engineering sophomore “No Hay Nadie Mas” by Reik

Josef Weimholt law student Classical music station on Pandora

Rachel Marek human development junior

10. “Shadowland” by Nitin Sawhney ft. Ojos de Brujo

Indian-British musician and composer Nitin Sawhney produces a wide variety of music, including instrumental pieces, songs in different languages and collaborations with popular artists like Imogen Heap and Paul McCartney. Sawhney’s “Shadowland” is a mix of meditative Indian influences and upbeat drums that will put your mind at peace. No need for yoga, though. Studying to his music will never get boring with the eclectic mix of mesmerizing beats. Similar to Nitin Sawhney: Karsh Kale, Bombay Dub Orchestra

The band Balmorhea

Anum Kazi undeclared sophomore “Knee Deep” by Zac Brown Band

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Getting involved on campus

New crew encourages you to ‘dance with us’ Christine Imperatore LONGHORN LIFE

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magine you’re walking through campus, trying to get to your 2 p.m. literature class. You hear the faint sounds of LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” starting to fill the air, and, before you know it, the person in front of you drops their backpack and starts grooving to the music. All of a sudden, a few more passersby start to join in, all performing the exact same choreography. The courtyard in front of the Tower has literally transformed into a dance floor before your eyes. Think this is pure imagination? Think again. Thanks to the antics of Deviance Dance Crew, it’s not unlikely to see Longhorns busting a move on the 40 Acres these days. “We want to give memorable performances no matter where they are,” said co-founder Ugeo Williams, a sociology and youth and community studies junior. Deviance Dance Crew founders Williams and Demetrius White met in January 2010 through a mutual friend while waiting for a bus to head downtown with a group of friends. “When I met him, he had headphones in his ears and was dancing,” White, an American studies junior, said. The two later bonded over their mutual love of dance. This past summer, Williams and White started creating choreography together just for fun. As the new

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JUST DANCE: Deviance Dance Crew shakes it during one of their first performances this semester.

school year approached, the pair realized they might be onto something and decided to give their moves an audience. And Deviance Dance Crew was born. “When we started out, it was in our mission statement to be the best performance group on campus,” White said. “There’s no point in starting something if you’re not going to strive to be the best.” The dance crew likes to incorporate many different styles into their performances, drawing inspiration from the skills and talent of their members. While Williams specializes in lyrical hip-hop, White likes

to add some “vogue-ing” to group performances. The crew mainly focuses on hip-hop, but is open to any style brought in by new members. “We’re very performance-driven, so we’re just looking for that spark,” Williams said. “So anyone that can do that for us is welcome to join.” White and Williams have managed to take their fledgling organization quite far in such a short amount of time. Through word-ofmouth recruiting and campus performances, Deviance Dance Crew ended up with 15 members this

semester — and they are always looking to add more, even those with little dance background. The crew made its official debut at the Queer People of Color and Allies annual Bloq Party, after Williams contacted the event chair and asked if they could perform. “We performed ‘End of Time’ by Beyonce for our first performance, and it felt great,” Williams said. “We started out strong, but knew we could be stronger.” Since then, Deviance has honed its skills through performances at the Federation of Gay and Lesbian Sports annual Halloween

party and the University’s first-ever Black Homecoming Weekend. And they aren’t stopping there. Deviance has some big plans to expand and make the group more prominent on campus in 2012. The group hopes to start a yearly tradition of a spring showcase in either March or April. Though it’s still a work in progress, they hope to incorporate several different dance styles and invite other campus performance groups to participate in the event. They also are working to coordinate some surprise flash mob performances. “All the world’s a stage, and we’re always performing,” White said. Although White and Williams have just two more years at UT, they plan to leave a legacy with Deviance Dance Crew and hope to stay involved as alumni. “I don’t think either of us feels comfortable graduating and leaving Deviance Dance Crew behind unless it’s the best,” White said. And they are definitely well on their way to achieving that goal, as the group continues to grow within the community and recruit new members with unique dance styles. “Come dance with us; don’t be shy. We’re not intimidating,” White said. “I think everybody can dance and everybody should dance.” Anyone interested can contact Deviance Dance Crew by email at deviancedance@yahoo.com or approach them after a performance.

Check out these holiday-themed events for end-of-the-semester bonding Planning an end-of-semester get-together for your club or organization? Look no further! Get everyone into the holiday spirit with these group-friendly (and wallet-friendly) Austin hotspots and events.

all sorts of handmade goods. From knitted beanies and pillows to colorful wall-hangings, this bazaar is perfect for groups looking to support local small businesses this Christmas (and for getting crafty gifts for family and friends!)

BLUE GENIE ART BAZAAR Explore Austin’s artisan scene at this creative market, which boasts over 150 artists ready to sell you

When: Nov. 30-Dec. 24, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Where: The Marchesa Hall Cost: FREE

THE OASIS ICESKATING RINK This famous cantina just recently unveiled its 1,760 square-foot ice-skating rink out near Lake Travis. Get your organization together for a little Mexican fiesta, then lace up your skates and hit the ice (hopefully not literally!) at the ‘Sunset Capital of Texas.’ When: Monday-Thursday, 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday,

11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Where: The Oasis Cost: $10 (includes skates) GINGERBREAD VILLAGE In its ninth year, this Austin tradition is upping the ante by commemorating the 175th anniversary of Texan independence with gingerbread miniatures of our state’s most famous landmarks.

This year, 175 pounds of gingerbread dough and 350 pounds of icing was used to create edible versions of buildings that include the Capitol and our very own UT Tower, which sold for $1000 at auction. Both are on display. When: 24 hours a day until Jan. 2 Where: Four Seasons Hotel Austin Cost: FREE


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A spotlight on UT faculty and staff

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Learn a new skill, lesson or hobby with UT’s wide-ranging continuing education courses

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ure faculty and staff don’t get the same five-week Winter Break as the students, but when thousands of undergrads and grads leave by mid-December, the quieter 40 Acres will certainly feel like a break has started. So during this time in between semesters, faculty and staff members should take advantage of the calm and consider broadening their plethora of knowledge by taking a class. Whether your motivation is part of a New Year’s Resolution, a fun and educational gift to yourself or simply a way to fill your downtime, the array of classes through Continuing and Innovative Education at UT offer interesting (and affordable) options for trying something new, learning new skills and experiencing new entertainment. From computer classes to boot camps, Continuing and Innovative Education has something for everyone. Space is still available in all online courses and most upcoming and early-in-thespring-semester classes, so visit utexas. edu/ce for the full list and to sign up. Here are some of our suggestions to help you get started:

INFORMAL CLASSES Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop Both courses serve as introductions to these design programs, and participants will learn the basics through classroom exercises. Students must bring their own laptops with the programs installed. When: Dec. 5-8, 1-5 p.m. (Photoshop) and 5:30-9:30 p.m. (InDesign) Cost: $225 each (+ $5 for handouts) InHabit Change Think you’ll need help kicking your 2012 resolutions into gear? From creating a vision to sticking to goals, this class will teach you to strategize your health/wellness plans for the upcoming year.

When: Dec. 5-12, 6-8 p.m. Cost: $64 Coffee Barista For a Day Who wouldn’t want a crash course in working behind the coffee counter? This one-day class covers the history of coffee and the different roasts as well as teaches you to brew your own best batch. But hurry! There are only six spaces left (as of Nov. 30). When: Dec. 11, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cost: $40 Blogging 101 For all you novice online post-ers, this class will help you dive into “the art of blogging” in addition to teaching the fundamentals of setting up a blog and posting. Students must purchase the Blogging 101 workbook. When: Jan. 9-23, 7-9 p.m. Cost: $64 Digital Photography for Beginners Get creative in your photography with this course that focuses on incorporating compositional elements into your photos. You’ll also learn the basics of lighting and changes in technology. Just don’t forget your digital SLR camera with manual control settings! When: Jan. 9-30, 6-9 p.m. Cost: $84 Spanish Beginner III Conversational For those who want to continue their Spanish-language learning, this class will launch you into future and conditional tenses as well as double pronouns and common phrases. This class is best suited for those who have already taken conversational Spanish courses. When: Jan. 9-Feb. 13, 6-9 p.m. Cost: $90 (+ $15 for workbook) Warrior Boot Camp Get ready for a warrior-style total body workout! Inspired by Roman gladiator training, this boot camp combines armed and unarmed combat with other exercises aimed at bringing mind, body and spirit into balance. When: Jan. 10-Feb. 2, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Cost: $84 Beginning Harmonica Consider breaking into a new musical hobby with the harmonica! Students will

Cost: $95

learn to play single notes, rhythms and various styles. You must bring a 10-hole harmonica in the key of C. When: Jan. 11-Feb. 1, 7-9 p.m. Cost: $65 (+ $15 for the lesson book) Private Pilot Instruction As much as we’d like to tell you that this class involves actually flying a plane, it doesn’t. It does, however, cover all the material need to pass the FAA written private pilot test — airport operations, aviation weather, navigation, and more. When: Jan. 16-Feb. 16, 7-9:30 p.m. Cost: $120 (+ $125 for discounted package of aviation materials) Homebuying 101 All you first-time homebuyers, this is the class for you. In its 23rd year, this popular course teaches all aspects of buying a home in Austin, including qualifying for loans, contract negotiations and working with real estate agents. When: Jan. 17-19, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Cost: $36

Optimizing Your Work-Life Balance We’ve all felt overwhelmed with the pressure to level out our work and life responsibilities. And this class teaches just how to overcome obstacles in achieving that work-life balance. It also covers relaxation techniques such as meditation and breathing. Cost: $95 Dealing With Organizational Change Providing an understanding of what organizational change means, this course also addresses coping with change, what to expect and the role of leaders in change. This is ideal if your office/organization has recently undergone the change process. Cost: $195

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER ONLINE Customer Service Fundamentals No matter how you work with customers, this six-hour program focuses on customer satisfaction and experience. Master methods to help you create customer loyalty and establish standards for customer service. Cost: $95 Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Strategies Part of a skills series, this course will help students become more effective decisionmakers. It covers the essentials of solving problems and the difficulty that comes with them, and will address tools and techniques for enhancing your problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Cost: $95 Beginning Excel Office 2010 Just as the class title implies, students learn the basics of using Excel — creating worksheets/spreadsheets, formatting data, using formulas and functions, customizing appearance and more.

Effective Listening Skills Discover how to be a better listener and how to minimize missed connections in receiving verbally communicated information. Students will learn how listening functions within communication and develop strategies to overcome weak listening skills. Cost: $195

INSTRUCTOR-LED Communicating with Candor, Compassion and Confidence This class is ideal for any employee looking to become a more effective communicator. When: Dec. 6, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Cost: $345 Building Employee Engagement Fight disengagement with this course, which helps leaders development employee engagement strategies. When: Jan. 19, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cost: $225 Business Writing: Better Business Correspondence Strengthen your writing in this workshop that will teach you how to consider a letter’s tone, format, logic and clarity. When: Jan. 26, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Cost: $325 *And remember! UT faculty and staff members receive discounts on almost all of these classes

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5 Things I’ve Learned

Keisha Bentley Assistant Professor Department of Educational Psychology Department of African and African Diaspora Studies

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Wear comfortable shoes. I had to be honest with myself; my lectures are more intimidating than provocative when I am grimacing with every step.

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If I assume that everyone knows slightly less than I think they do, I won’t skip steps in my explanations, and everyone leaves the room with the same understanding of the work. Students have little reason to have in-depth knowledge of most of the topics I cover – even when they are well prepared for class. My best students ask questions (letting me know exactly what they do not know) and

make comments in class (giving me the opportunity to praise or correct them).

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Psychology is personal. Sometimes you need to self-disclose, but not too much. My classes may be therapeutic, but they are not therapy. SSB, fifth floor. Use it.

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Don’t be afraid to broach uncomfortable subjects. Who said that

learning is supposed to be a cozy experience? Passionate, lively discourse is part of the learning process.

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Fight self-sabotage by discussing it before it happens. As faculty, we see the indicators: missed classes, over-committing at work or extracurricular activities, break-ups in the midst of final exams. I remind my students that inviting drama in your life will only leave you with

disappointing grades, a headache and a large cell phone bill.

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Colleges defend humanities amid tight budgets Stephanie Reitz Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. — Like many humanities advocates, Abbey Drane was disheartened but not surprised when Florida’s governor recently said its tax dollars should bolster science and high-tech studies, not “educate more people who can’t get jobs in anthropology.” Drane, a 21-year-old anthropology major at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, has spent years defending her choice to pursue that liberal arts field. And now, as states tighten their allocations to public universities, many administrators say they’re feeling pressure to defend the worth of humanities, too, and shield the genre from budget cuts. One university president has gone as far as donating $100,000 of her own money to offer humanities scholarships at her school. Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s comments last month cut to the heart of the quandary: whether emphasizing science, math and medical fields gives students the best career prospects and a high-tech payback to society, and whether humanities fields are viewed as more of an indulgence than a necessity amid tight budget times. “You can definitely feel the emphasis on campus, even just based on where

the newest buildings go, that there is a drive toward the sciences, engineering and (the) business school,” said Drane, a senior from Plymouth, Mass. “I’m constantly asked what job opportunities I’ll have in anthropology or what I’m going to do with my degree, and I tell people that it’s giving me a skill set and critical thinking you can apply to anything.” Humanities studies peaked in U.S. colleges in the 1960s and started dwindling in the 1970s as more students pursued business and technology and related fields. Today, more than 20 percent of each year’s bachelor’s degrees are granted in business; in humanities, it’s about 8 percent. Liberal arts colleges, too, have declined. A study published in 2009 by Inside Higher Ed said that of 212 liberal arts colleges identified in 1990, only 137 were still operating by 2009. At Amherst College in western Massachusetts, a healthy endowment makes closing the doors a remote possibility at best. But its president, Carolyn “Biddy” Martin, experienced the same concerns about the humanities in her previous job as chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and was tapped this year to serve on a commission for the American Academy of Arts & Sciences to review the issue. Martin said many universities

“People feel like there are no real careers open for people studying in the liberal arts, and I don’t think that’s true at all.” ­- John Beck, philosophy senior at the University of Connecticut

struggle with declining enrollment in those fields, making the classes an easy budget target if their worth is not defended. “There are more and more people in higher education — and I hope political leaders — who are understanding that an over-leaning emphasis on the sciences to the expense of the humanities is not a good thing for the country,” she said. Therein lays the debate for many, though, including Gov. Scott in Florida, who is unapologetic about his push to direct tax dollars toward rapidly growing science, technology, engineering and math fields, known collectively as STEM. And since state governments control nearly two-thirds of all higher education funding, according to the National Governors Association, their embrace or disregard for humanities can affect the study paths of hundreds of thousands of students. The governors’ organization published recommendations for states this year on how to align their higher education priorities with their labor markets and economic development, citing Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio and Washington for “bold, comprehensive strategies” in those efforts. It did not advise state governments to move money from humanities, but said it’s “often challenging” to get the universities to participate in economic development, partly because of “their emphasis on broad liberal arts education.” Advocates say STEM fields also provide tangible returns for states, universities and businesses through patent royalties, new products and the prestige of achieving scientific breakthroughs — paybacks far less evident among, say, new intellectual insights

by scholars of Geoffrey Chaucer’s literature, devotees of Frederic Chopin’s nocturnes or adherents to Jean-Paul Sartre’s existentialist views. “People feel like there are no real careers open for people studying in the liberal arts and I don’t think that’s true at all,” said John Beck, 20, a senior from Newton, Mass., who’s majoring in philosophy at the University of Connecticut. His father and two grandparents are doctors, and his mother and brother are both pharmaceutical scientists. He is double majoring in economics and plans to attend law school, a decision that eased his parents’ concerns about his philosophy studies because they see a legal career as a tangible way to support himself. He sees it as a good use of his philosophy degree, too, though he says he would have been perfectly content to pursue teaching, public service or other fields to which many other philosophy majors gravitate. To Susan Herbst, students shouldn’t have to choose between picking a field they love and one that offers them the best shot at a job. She believes humanities does both, and feels so strongly about it that she and her husband donated $100,000 this year to provide scholarships limited to students in those fields. “The humanities are where people learn about ethics and values and critical thinking,” said Herbst, the president of the University of Connecticut. “The truth is that for all of these students going into the STEM fields or other social sciences or business, if they didn’t have the humanities, they don’t know why they’re doing what they do. The humanities really teach us how we’re supposed to live and why what we do matters.”


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UT RESEARCH BRIEFLY Prof. builds prosthetics that give soldiers chance to walk University of Texas at Austin mechanical engineering professor Rick Neptune is a leader in designing and building prosthetics for injured soldiers. With the help of graduate students and veteran rehabilitation centers, Neptune has been instrumental in giving military men and women who were injured in the line of duty a chance to walk, run, jump and even play sports again. Each prosthetic is designed and built specifically for the individuals based on height, weight and severity of the injury, using a special nylon powder to create a malleable, comfortable material. They are created to accommodate each person’s budget, as well. According to the the Cockrell School of Engineering’s website, Neptune received funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to create prosthetics that give soldiers functional mobility that was lost during service. Each day, Neptune and his team help more than 100 soldiers walk again, allowing them to return to an active lifestyle. Neptune’s work with prosthetics enables doctors across the nation to offer more personalized service to injured servicemen and women.

Center to further explore cloud computing research UT’s Department of Computer Sciences has teamed up with SunGard Availability

Higher Ed Briefly Students no longer need to give professor snacks SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A California university professor can no longer demand snacks from students taking his psychology classes. Sacramento State professor George Parrott has demanded snacks from his students for 39 years. Students were told of the snack demand on the first day of class. But two weeks ago he walked out of his Psychology 101 lab class because there were no snacks. University spokeswoman Kimberly Nava says members of the psychology department at California State University, Sacramento decided Parrott’s decision to walk out of class was unacceptable and the dean told him to stop. The Sacramento Bee reports Parrott’s requirement was his

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to create the Cloud Computing Research Center, a program dedicated to developing cloud-based technologies for research. Cloud computing allows users to save and access files on a virtual server from any computer with Internet access. The research center will focus on several developing fields, including mobile computing, networking, verification, fraud protection, encryption and large-scale distributed processing. Its first task will be to create an exabyte-scale storage cloud of past University research. UT computer sciences professors Bruce Porter and Keshav Pingali and two SunGard executives make up the executive committee and serve as active participants for the research center. With combined efforts, the research center will provide real-world research and further the growth of computer science.

Worm testing may lead to cure for Parkinson’s disease Researchers on campus may have a breakthrough for a cure for Parkinson’s disease after testing dopamine-deficient worms to imitate the effect that the disease has on humans. The National Institute of Health recently granted Adela Ben-Yakar and Jon PierceShimomura a research grant to develop technology that reduces the time and cost restraints that often prevent researchers from testing neurodegenerative drugs. The national funding can increase the number

way of encouraging students to work collectively, among other things. — Associated Press

UT-Tyler professor advises on free-fall lifeboats TYLER, Texas — Somewhere above the 30,000 feet is where James Nelson does a lot of his professional work. Flying is not in his job description, but his many professional responsibilities require frequent air travel. And he has found in several decades of international travel that plane rides provide some of the best uninterrupted work time. “That’s where I do a lot of the thinking work and the planning work is literally sitting on the airplanes because it’s just peaceful and quiet,” he said. In more than 35 years of work, Nelson, 59, has amassed quite

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of drugs being tested each year from 1,000 to nearly one million, according to Science Daily. Nearly half a million Americans suffer from Parkinson’s, a disorder that attacks the central nervous system. Parkinson’s patients often suffer from slow movement ability, a symptom that is being studied using dopamine. Pierce-Shimomura is one of the lead researchers fighting to find a cure for Parkinson’s. His worm research examines how both a healthy worm and a dopaminedeficient worm swim in water. The diseasefree worm moved quickly through the water, while the worm with “Parkinson’s” had little movement.

Water on Europa may mean alien life forms exist on Jupiter Using Galileo spacecraft images, UT postdoctoral fellow Britney Schmidt and Don Blankenship of the Institute for Geophysics have discovered a body of water on Jupiter’s moon Europa. The mass is approximately the size of North America’s Great Lakes and is covered by a sheet of ice. Transfer between the icy surface and the water below could indicate the ocean is habitable, according to the team’s research. The confirmation of alien life on Europa will only come with a spacecraft mission, but the team’s research is being praised by NASA for resolving many conflicting observations.

a resume. He has climbed the ranks of academia, moving from the position of lecturer to college dean, while at the same time maintaining a tie with industry that has kept him involved with the maritime world. “I probably could do consulting if I chose to,” Nelson said. “I consciously (have) chosen not to even though it would help me financially to do it. I’m a member of the university community. We’re supposed to be conducting research, bringing in external funding.” As dean of The University of Texas at Tyler’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences, Nelson oversees the work of four academic departments: civil, electrical and mechanical engineering plus computer science. However, this is only one of his professional roles. As part of his university work, he also is a contracted consultant to companies designing free-fall lifeboats, lifesaving devices that are used

on merchant ships, primarily those carrying cargo, around the world. Through this work, he has traveled to numerous countries — including Australia, China, Norway and Russia — and work with some of the best minds. He also serves as a technical adviser for the United States delegation to the Ship Equipment and Design Subcommittee of the International Maritime Organization in London. In this role, he works specifically with matters related to freefall lifeboats. And he also serves as a technical adviser to the U.S. Coast Guard. “Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would see as much of the world as I have, work with so many different people, and form so many friendships all over the world,” Nelson wrote in an email. — Emily Guevara, Tyler Morning Telegraph /Associated Press

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FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE, FALL SEMESTER 2011 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7 - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULES ON THE WEB Students can access their final exam schedules for current classes online. Go to http://registrar.utexas.edu/services/ and select “Finals for a Student”. A public display of final exam information by unique number is also available via the Web site listed above. Final exam information on the Web supersedes the printed exam schedule below.

INDEX OF FINAL EXAMINATION TIMES Class Meeting Time

Final Examination Date and Time

MWF 8:00 - 9:00

Tuesday, December 13

2:00 - 5:00 PM

TTH

Saturday, December 10

2:00 - 5:00 PM

MWF 9:00 - 10:00

Saturday, December 10

7:00 - 10:00 PM

TTH

Friday, December 9

2:00 - 5:00 PM

MWF 10:00 - 11:00

Wednesday, December 7

9:00 - 12:00 noon

MWF 11:00 - 12:00

Saturday, December 10

9:00 - 12:00 noon

TTH

Tuesday, December 13

9:00 - 12:00 noon

8:00 - 9:30 9:30 - 11:00

11:00 - 12:30

MWF 12:00 - 1:00

Monday, December 12

2:00 - 5:00 PM

TTH

Friday, December 9

9:00 - 12:00 noon

MWF 1:00 - 2:00

Thursday, December 8

2:00 - 5:00 PM

MWF 2:00 - 3:00

Wednesday, December 7

2:00 - 5:00 PM

TTH

Monday, December 12

9:00 - 12:00 noon

Wednesday, December 7

7:00 - 10:00 PM

12:30 - 2:00

2:00 - 3:30

MWF 3:00 - 4:00 TTH

Thursday, December 8

9:00 - 12:00 noon

MWF 4:00 - 5:00

Friday, December 9

7:00 - 10:00 PM

MWF 5:00 - 6:00

Friday, December 9

7:00 - 10:00 PM

TTH

3:30 - 5:00

5:00 - 6:30

Monday evening

Thursday, December 8

7:00 - 10:00 PM

Monday, December 12

7:00 - 10:00 PM

Tuesday evening

Tuesday, December 13

7:00 - 10:00 PM

Wednesday evening

Wednesday, December 7

7:00 - 10:00 PM

Thursday evening

Thursday, December 8

7:00 - 10:00 PM

Friday evening

Friday, December 9

7:00 - 10:00 PM

office hours, are prohibited on designated no-class days and during the final examination period. These dates are set aside for students to prepare for and take scheduled final examinations. During this period, papers and projects are not to be due, review sessions are not to be scheduled, quizzes are not to be given, and there are not to be any other class-related activities, with the exception of office hours (Policy Memorandum 3.201). For the fall semester 2011, the no-class days are Monday, December 5; Tuesday, December 6; and Sunday, December 11. The final examination period is Wednesday, December 7, through Saturday, December 10; and Monday, December 12, through Tuesday, December 13. Times of Final Examinations. No final examinations may be given before the examination period begins, and no change in time from that printed in the official schedule is permitted. An instructor with a compelling reason to change the time of an examination must obtain the approval of the department chair and dean of the college or school in which the course is taught before announcing an alternative examination procedure to the students. No substantial examinations may be given during the last week of class or during the no-class days preceding the final examination period. An examination counting for more than thirty percent of the final course grade is considered to be substantial. For good cause, an instructor may give a student permission to take an examination with a different class section than the one in which the student is registered. For good cause, a student may petition his or her academic dean for permission to change the time or place of an examination from that specified in the official schedule. If permission is given by the dean and the instructor, no penalty (such as a reduction in grade) may be assessed. There is no University policy that provides relief to students who have three examinations scheduled the same day; in that situation, students may seek the assistance of the course instructor(s), department chair, and/or dean of the college. For additional final examination policies, see the Course Schedule or General Information, chapter 4.

GRADE REPORTING The final examination date and time for a class is determined by the class meeting time as listed in the above index. Final examinations for classes that meet at times not listed in the above index are normally scheduled with classes meeting at the indexed time that most closely corresponds to the beginning day and time of the class. For example, the exam for a class that meets TH 3:00-6:00 PM will be at the same time as exams for classes that meet TTH 3:30-5:00 PM. If the beginning time of the class is halfway between two standard class beginning times, the class will be grouped with those meeting at the later time. For example, the exam for a class that meets MW 2:304:00 PM will be at the same time as exams for classes that meet MWF 3:00-4:00 PM. Uniform examinations and their correspondent makeup exams are scheduled for certain courses that administer examinations at the same time for all students enrolled in the course. Generally, these examinations are given at times other than the regular examination time. A list of uniform and makeup examinations is printed at the end of this final examination schedule. Questions about the final examination schedule should be directed to the Office of the Registrar at 475-7600.

Submission of Grade Sheets to Registrar. Faculty are required to submit grades according to the following schedule and policies: For classes having a final examination on: Wednesday, December 7 Thursday, December 8 Friday, December 9 Saturday, December 10 Monday, December 12 Tuesday, December 13

Grades are due by 10:00 am on: Monday, December 12 Tuesday, December 13 Wednesday, December 14 Thursday, December 15 Friday, December 16 Friday, December 16

- Final grades for classes that have regularly scheduled meeting times but no final examinations are due at the same time they would have been if examinations had been scheduled. - Final grades for classes with no officially scheduled meeting times are due by 10:00 am on Wednesday, December 7.

FINAL EXAMINATION POLICIES

Final grades should be submitted online by the instructor of record by going to “Grade Reporting” on the Web at http://registrar. utexas.edu/staff/grades/. Online grade submission is available at all times during grade reporting.

Class-Related Activities. Class-related activities, with the exception of

Grade Reports to Students. Grade reports are available to all stu-

dents, except in the School of Law, at the end of each semester and summer session online at http://registrar.utexas.edu/students/grades/. BUILDING ABBREVIATIONS ACE Applied Computational Engineering & Sciences Building AHG Anna Hiss Gymnasium ART Art Building and Museum BAT Batts Hall BEL L. Theo Bellmont Hall BEN Benedict Hall BIO Biological Laboratories BRB Bernard and Audre Rapoport Building BTL Battle Hall BUR Burdine Hall CAL Calhoun Hall CBA College of Business Administration Building CDL Collections Deposit Library CMA Jesse H. Jones Communication Center (Building A) CMB Jesse H. Jones Communication Center (Building B) CPE Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Building DFA E. William Doty Fine Arts Building ECJ Ernest Cockrell Jr. Hall ENS Engineering-Science Building EPS E. P. Schoch Building ETC Engineering Teaching Center II FAC Peter T. Flawn Academic Center GAR Garrison Hall GEA Mary E. Gearing Hall GOL Goldsmith Hall GRG Geography Building GSB Graduate School of Business Building HMA Hogg Memorial Auditorium HRH Rainey Hall JES Beauford H. Jester Center JGB Jackson Geological Sciences Building JON Jesse H. Jones Hall LBJ Lyndon B. Johnson Library LTH Laboratory Theatre Building MBB Louise and James Robert Moffett Molecular Biology Building MER Microelectronic and Engineering Resource Center (PRC) MEZ Mezes Hall MRH Music Building East and Music Building/Recital Hall NOA North Office Building A PAI T. S. Painter Hall PAR Parlin Hall PAT J. T. Patterson Laboratories Building PHR Pharmacy Building PRC J. J. Pickle Research Campus (10100 Burnet Road) RLM Robert Lee Moore Hall SAC Student Activity Center SEA Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Building SRH Sid Richardson Hall SSW School of Social Work Building SUT Sutton Hall SZB George I. Sanchez Building TNH Townes Hall UTA UT Administration Building (1616 Guadalupe Street) UTC University Teaching Center WAG Waggener Hall WCH Will C. Hogg Building WEL Robert A. Welch Hall WIN F. Loren Winship Drama Building WOH Wooldridge Hall WRW W. R. Woolrich Laboratories

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Longhorn Life | final exam schedule

1Thursday, December 1, 2011 Wednesday, December 7 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting MWF 10:00 - 11:00 AM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Monday, December 12. *************** ACC 380K 02815 UTC 4.104 ACC 380K 02840 UTC 3.112 ADV 319 05585 GSB 2.126 ADV 345J 05670 WCH 1.120 ADV 345J 05675 WCH 1.120 ADV 345J 05680 WCH 1.120 AHC 319 32770 UTC 3.110 AHC 319 32775 UTC 3.110 AHC 319 32780 UTC 3.110 AHC 319 32785 UTC 3.110 ANS 301R 31425 UTC 3.102 ARA 531K 41120 PAR 204 ASE 333T 13600 CPE 2.206 ASE 333T 13605 CPE 2.206 ASE 339 13630 WRW 113 ASE 382R 13820 RLM 6.112 BIO 311C 48275 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48280 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48285 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48290 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48295 UTC 2.102A BIO 311C 48300 UTC 2.102A BIO 311C 48305 UTC 2.102A BIO 311C 48310 UTC 2.102A BIO 311D 48565 PAI 3.02 BIO 311D 48570 PAI 3.02 BIO 311D 48575 PAI 3.02 BIO 311D 48580 PAI 3.02 BIO 320 48785 BUR 216 BIO 320 48790 BUR 216 BIO 320 48795 BUR 216 BIO 320 48800 BUR 216 BIO 325 48995 NOA 1.124 BIO 325 49000 NOA 1.124 BIO 325 49005 NOA 1.124 BIO 325 49010 NOA 1.124 BIO 337 49480 BUR 208 BIO 446L 49570 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49575 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49580 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49585 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49590 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49595 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49600 JGB 2.324 BIO 446L 49605 JGB 2.324 BIO 365R 49885 WEL 2.308 BIO 365R 49890 WEL 2.308 BIO 365R 49895 WEL 2.308 BIO 365R 49900 WEL 2.308 BIO 365S 49945 MEZ 1.306 BIO 365S 49950 MEZ 1.306 BIO 365S 49955 MEZ 1.306 BIO 365S 49960 MEZ 1.306 BME 343 14540 RLM 4.102 BME 343 14545 RLM 4.102 BME 343 14550 RLM 4.102 BME 343 14555 RLM 4.102 BME 380J 14680 RLM 7.112 C C 302 32885 FAC 21 C C 319D 32925 UTC 3.110 C C 319D 32930 UTC 3.110 C C 319D 32935 UTC 3.110 C C 319D 32940 UTC 3.110 C E 311S 15660 ECJ 1.204 C E 311S 15665 ECJ 1.204 C E 331 15813 CPE 2.210 C E 331 15815 ECJ 6.406 C E 383L 16025 ECJ 5.410 C E 387R 16060 ECJ 7.202 C S 337 52380 HMA C S 337 52385 HMA C S 337 52390 HMA C S 337 52395 HMA C S 337 52400 HMA C S 337 52405 HMA C S 361 52480 JGB 2.216

CH 310M 51450 CH 318M 51530 CH 354L 51685 CH 390L 51985 CHE 323 14950 CHE 363 15100 CHE 363 15105 CHE 381N 15200 CSE 383K 65687 CSE 384T 65695 CTI 310 33780 CTI 310 33810 E 377K 35495 E E 302 16375 E E 302 16380 E E 302 16385 E E 362R 16930 E E 381J 17090 E E 396K 17320 E M 339 14205 ECO 420K 34105 ECO 420K 34110 ECO 324 34150 ECO 387L 34285 ECO 387M 34320 ECO 392M 34335 EUS 306 36235 EUS 306 36240 EUS 306 36245 EUS 306 36250 EUS 348 36370 FIN 357 03410 FR 612 36520 FR 322E 36600 GEO 347K 27560 GEO 347K 27565 GEO 347K 27570 GEO 347K 27585 GK 322 33120 HDF 315L 52855 HIS 315K 39140 HIS 317L 39180 HIS 317L 39182 HIS 319D 39225 HIS 319D 39230 HIS 319D 39235 HIS 319D 39240 I B 350 04865 KIN 312M 11105 KIN 312M 11110 KIN 312M 11115 KIN 312M 11120 KIN 312M 11125 KIN 312M 11130 KIN 322 11330 KIN 322 11333 KIN 322 11335 KIN 344 11530 KIN 361 11645 KOR 320K 32300 KOR 330 32305 LAT 506 33275 LAT 507 33300 LAT 311 33315 LEB 323 03210 M 305G 54235 M 305G 54240 M 305G 54245 M 408C 54340 M 408C 54345 M 408C 54350 M 408D 54487 M 408N 54925 M 408N 54930 M 408N 54935 M 316 55050 M 316K 55075 M 325K 55120 M 325K 55125 M 328K 55230 M 341 55320 M 362K 55405

WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 ETC 2.108 WEL 2.312 CPE 2.216 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.220 RLM 9.166 FAC 101B UTC 3.102 FAC 21 PAR 201 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.110 WRW 102 GAR 1.126 ENS 109 WRW 113 UTC 3.124 UTC 3.124 PAI 4.42 WAG 214 BRB 1.102 BRB 1.118 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 1.102 PAI 2.48 JES A217A MEZ 1.216 JGB 3.116 JGB 3.116 JGB 3.116 JGB 3.116 WAG 112 GRG 102 PAR 302 GAR 0.102 UTC 3.132 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 1.102 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 602B BEL 602B BEL 602B BEL 404A BEL 962 PHR 2.114 MEZ 1.204 SZB 380 WAG 10 PAR 103 CBA 4.348 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 RLM 5.124 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 WEL 2.246 RLM 7.116 CPE 2.212 SZB 330 NOA 1.102 RLM 6.116 RLM 5.114

M 384G 55580 M 387C 55587 M E 311 17945 M E 336 18310 M E 381P 18935 M E 381Q 18950 M E 386P 19023 MAS 319 35984 MKT 320F 04945 MKT 337 04965 MKT 337H 04995 MKT 397 05165 MUS 201M 21360 MUS 612A 21670 MUS 612A 21675 MUS 330L 21910 MUS 330L 21915 MUS 330L 21920 MUS 330L 21925 MUS 330L 21930 MUS 330L 21935 MUS 379K 22225 MUS 387L 22545 N S 335 44370 NSC 306J 47300 NTR 306 53240 NTR 312 53280 NTR 312 53283 NTR 321 53330 P S 303 56015 P S 304 56125 PGE 337 19640 PGE 388 19770 PHL 329L 42530 PHL 329L 42535 PHL 329L 42540 PHR 342C 58890 PHR 665E 59380 PHY 303K 56445 PHY 303K 56450 PHY 303K 56455 PHY 303K 56460 PHY 315 56840 PHY 362K 57105 PHY 385K 57165 POR 406 45800 POR 406 45805 POR 508 45815 POR 312K 45825 PSY 301 43020 PSY 418 43100 PSY 418 43105 R S 302 43560 RUS 601C 44775 RUS 412K 44795 SOC 330P 45415 SPN 610D 46190 SPN 611D 46270 SSC 302 57455 SSC 302 57495 SSC 302 57500 SSC 384 57600 STA 309H 04400 T C 357 42910 UGS 302 63560 UGS 303 63985 UGS 303 63990 UGS 303 63995 UGS 303 64000 UGS 303 64005 UGS 303 64010 UGS 303 65020 UGS 303 65025 UGS 303 65030 UGS 303 65230 UGS 303 65235 UGS 303 65240

FAC 101B RLM 9.166 RLM 6.114 ENS 115 WEL 2.256 RLM 6.112 RLM 5.126 UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A GSB 2.124 CBA 4.324 CBA 7.204 MRH 4.184 MRH 2.614 MRH 4.126 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.610 MRH 2.610 SZB 546 RLM 7.114 BUR 106 BUR 212 GEA 127 GEA 105 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.112 PHR 2.108 JGB 2.218 JGB 2.218 JGB 2.218 SAC 1.402 JES A121A CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 NOA 1.126 RLM 6.120 BEN 1.102 BEN 1.104 BEN 1.124 BEN 1.108 SEA 2.108 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 UTC 3.102 PAR 308 PAR 304 CPE 2.208 BEN 1.126 BIO 301 WAG 101 WAG 101 WAG 101 FAC 101B UTC 1.104 CRD 007B PAR 208 CAL 100 CAL 100 CAL 100 CAL 100 CAL 100 CAL 100 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 BUR 220 BUR 220 BUR 220

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Wednesday, December 7 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 2:00 - 3:00 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Monday, December 12. *************** ANS 372 31556 SZB 104 ANS 372 31557 SZB 104 ASE 102 13510 BEL 328 ASE 374K 13745 ETC 2.136 B A 324H 02030 CBA 4.304 BIO 301M 47940 ART 1.102 BIO 301M 47945 ART 1.102 BIO 301M 47950 ART 1.102 BIO 301M 47955 ART 1.102 BIO 311C 48475 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48480 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48485 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48490 PAI 3.02 BIO 315H 48681 BUR 136 BIO 315H 48682 BUR 136 BIO 315H 48683 BUR 136 BIO 315H 48684 BUR 136 BIO 325 49115 CPE 2.208 BIO 325 49120 CPE 2.208 BIO 325 49125 CPE 2.208 BIO 325 49130 CPE 2.208 BIO 325 49155 PAI 4.42 BIO 325 49160 PAI 4.42 BIO 325 49165 PAI 4.42 BIO 325L 49170 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49175 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49180 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49185 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49190 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49195 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49200 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49205 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49210 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49215 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49220 UTC 2.112A BIO 325L 49225 UTC 2.112A BME 357 14570 ENS 145 BME 377T 14645 ENS 109 BME 381J 14695 ENS 145 C C 303 32895 WCH 1.120 C C 383 33030 WAG 10 C L 315 33550 PAR 304 C S 380C 52535 CPE 2.216 CH 301 50970 WEL 2.224 WEL 2.246 CH 301 51025 PAI 2.48 CH 301 51030 PAI 2.48 CH 301 51035 PAI 2.48 CH 376K 51910 WEL 2.308 CMS 341 06950 CMA A5.136 CSE 384K 65690 RLM 10.176 CTI 310 33785 WAG 214 CTI 310 33790 WAG 214 CTI 310 33795 WAG 214 CTI 335 33820 PHR 2.108 E 316K 34885 PAR 310 E 316K 35110 PAR 304 E 320L 35135 PAR 306 E 376 35470 PAR 308 E E 445L 16780 ETC 2.108 E E 445L 16785 ETC 2.108 E E 445L 16790 ETC 2.108 E E 445L 16795 ETC 2.108 E E 445L 16797 ETC 2.108 E E 445L 16798 ETC 2.108 E E 462L 16915 CPE 2.214 E E 462L 16920 CPE 2.214 E E 462L 16925 CPE 2.214 E E 363N 16940 CPE 2.220 E E 385J 17255 ENS 145 E E 394 17275 CPE 2.214 E E 394 17280 CPE 2.214 E E 394 17285 CPE 2.214 E E 396V 17325 ETC 2.102 E M 306 14095 SAC 1.402 E M 306 14100 SAC 1.402 E M 306 14105 SAC 1.402 E M 306 14110 SAC 1.402

Page 19 E M 306 14115 E M 306 14120 ECO 341K 34185 ECO 359M 34217 EUS 348 36377 FIN 395 03685 FR 612 36550 FR 390L 36715 GEO 307 27310 GEO 307 27315 GEO 307 27320 GEO 307 27325 GEO 307 27330 GEO 307 27335 GEO 307 27340 GEO 307 27345 GEO 307 27350 GEO 307 27355 GEO 307 27360 GEO 307 27365 GEO 307 27370 GEO 307 27375 GEO 307 27380 GOV 335M 38683 GRG 360G 37410 GRG 360G 37415 GRG 360G 37420 GRG 360G 37425 HIS 315L 39165 HIS 329U 39275 HIS 329U 39280 HIS 364G 39520 I B 350 04875 INF 322T 28420 ISL 372 41450 KIN 349 11570 KOR 412K 32295 LAT 506 33295 LAT 323 33345 LAT 390 33400 LEB 323 03220 M 408C 54430 M 408C 54435 M 408C 54440 M 408D 54565 M 408D 54570 M 408D 54575 M 408N 54895 M 408N 54900 M 408N 54905 M 316 55065 M 325K 55145 M 427K 55180 M 427L 55210 M 333L 55265 M 385C 55585 M E 326 18130 M E 326 18135 M E 326 18140 M E 326 18145 M E 326 18150 M E 326 18155 M E 379N 18900 M E 381R 18958 MIS 301 03915 MIS 381N 04045 MKT 337 04990 MKT 460 05020 MNS 307 53905 MNS 307 53910 MNS 307 53915 MNS 307 53920 MNS 307 53925 MNS 307 53930 MNS 307 53935 MNS 307 53940 MNS 307 53945 MNS 307 53950 MNS 307 53955 MNS 307 53960 MNS 307 53965 MNS 307 53970

SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 UTC 3.124 BUR 134 PHR 2.108 UTC 1.118 PAR 201 PAR 214 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 PHR 2.108 GRG 102 GRG 102 GRG 102 GRG 102 WEL 1.308 PAI 4.18 PAI 4.18 WAG 420 UTC 1.104 JES A121A WAG 420 BEL 962 PAR 203 RLM 5.118 WAG 208 WAG 10 GSB 2.126 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 ECJ 1.202 RLM 6.116 JGB 2.216 CMA A2.320 RLM 6.122 RLM 10.176 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 CPE 2.220 RLM 5.112 UTC 4.134 UTC 1.116 UTC 3.104 CBA 4.326 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324


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Longhorn Life | FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE MNS MNS MUS MUS NSC NTR NTR O M O M O M ORI P S P S PGE PGE PGE PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY PSY R M R S R S R S R S R S RHE S S S W SPN SSC SSC SSC SSC SSC SSC STA T D T D T D TEL TXA TXA TXA URD YOR

307 53975 367K 53990 342 21975 480PA 22475 306J 47310 107L 53250 107L 53270 335 04155 335H 04170 368 04200 391Q 19315 303 56055 304 56145 334 19635 381 19710 383 19750 301 41925 301 41930 301 41935 301 41940 301 41945 301 41950 301 41955 301 41960 301 41965 301 41970 301 41975 305 42270 305 42275 305 42280 348 42555 348 42560 348 42565 303K 56505 303K 56510 303K 56515 303K 56520 317L 56905 392L 57245 418 43120 418 43125 355 43245 395 04310 305 43575 341 43606 341 43607 341 43608 358 43638 309S 44005 301 42755 360K 61775 327G 46383 302 57460 302 57465 302 57470 302 57475 302 57480 302 57505 309 04385 314M 26145 353T 26470 357T 26570 330 32600 319 53705 319 53710 226L 53730 312K 32670 506 30425

JGB 2.324 ACE 2.402 MRH 2.610 MRH 4.116 RLM 7.114 GEA 114 GEA 114 UTC 3.122 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.112 RLM 7.116 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 PHR 2.110 CPE 2.210 PHR 2.110 HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA WAG 214 WAG 214 WAG 214 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 WRW 102 CPE 2.206 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.124 UTC 3.112 WAG 214 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 WAG 420 UTC 3.120 UTC 3.134 SSB 5.218 MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A GAR 0.102 MEZ 1.306 WIN 2.116 SSB 5.218 MEZ 2.122 GEA 100 GEA 100 GEA 211 MEZ 1.102 MEZ B0.302

Wednesday, December 7 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 3:00 - 4:00 PM, and Wednesday evening *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Monday, December 12. *************** ADV 305 05510 CMA A2.320 ANS 372 31558 GAR 2.112 ASE 120K 13530 RLM 4.102 ASE 162M 13655 WRW 102 ASE 384P 13835 CPE 2.212 BIO 301M 47960 WEL 1.308 BIO 301M 47965 WEL 1.308

BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BME BME BME BME C S C S C S C S C S CH CMS CMS CMS CSE CZ E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E M E M E M E M E M E M ECO GK GK GOV GOV GRG GRG GRG GRG HEB HIS INF LEB M M E MUS P S PGE PHL PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY SPN STA WGS

Thursday, December 1, 2011 301M 47970 301M 47975 311C 48495 311C 48500 311C 48505 311C 48510 337 49490 360M 49790 394M 50475 333T 14510 333T 14515 374K 14600 384J 14710 303E 52219 303E 52231 303E 52232 303E 52233 303E 52234 302 51050 210 06825 342K 06955 390R 07165 393F 65710 325 44640 313 16555 325 16650 331 16685 351K 16825 360R 16900 374K 17040 385J 17260 319 14185 319 14190 319 14195 319 14200 319 14202 394F 14240 304K 34035 311 33115 390 33175 357M 38750 370L 38865 304E 37220 304E 37225 304E 37230 304E 37235 380C 41320 350L 39376 322T 28430 323 03225 427K 55190 210 17920 201J 21345 303 56065 383 19745 325M 42510 303K 56485 303K 56490 303K 56495 303K 56500 303L 56605 303L 56610 303L 56615 303L 56620 341 57070 327G 46395 309 04390 340 46993

WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 PAI 4.08 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.312 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.206 UTC 4.124 UTC 4.124 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.224 NOA 1.116 BUR 224 CMA A3.128 CPE 2.212 CAL 422 UTC 3.132 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.124 CPE 2.214 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 UTC 4.124 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A CPE 2.212 UTC 2.102A ENS 116 WAG 10 CBA 4.328 BUR 224 GRG 102 GRG 102 GRG 102 GRG 102 MEZ 1.206 GAR 2.112 FAC 21 UTC 3.134 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.210 MRH 4.194 RLM 5.104 CPE 2.212 BUR 106 PAI 4.42 PAI 4.42 PAI 4.42 PAI 4.42 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 PAI 4.08 PAR 308 PAI 2.48 GAR 2.112

Thursday, December 8 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting TTh 3:30 - 5:00 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Tuesday, December 13. *************** ADV 319 05595 UTC 4.132 ADV 334 05625 BUR 208 ALD 320 08770 UTC 3.102 ANS 301M 31350 PAI 4.42 ARC 334K 00725 GOL 3.120 ARC 334K 00730 GOL 3.120 ARE 358 15475 CPE 2.218 ARI 324K 00360 GOL 3.120

BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO C C C E C E C E C E C E C L C S C S C S CH CH CH CHI CHI CHI CHI CSD CSD CTI CTI E E E E E ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO GOV GRG GRG HDF HDF HEB HIN HIS HIS HIS IRG J S LAS M M M M E M E M E M E MAN MES MUS NEU NSC P S P S P S PGE PGE PGE PHL PHL PHL PHR PHR PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY R S REE REE RTF RUS RUS SCA

318M 48750 318M 48755 325 49135 325 49140 325 49145 325 49150 373 50175 373 50180 373 50185 373 50190 304C 32900 356 15855 356 15860 356 15865 356 15870 366K 15955 323 33565 336 52375 439H 52408 347 52420 305 51260 353M 51665 369 51780 604 31850 412K 31900 412K 31905 412L 31910 308K 06315 373 06395 310 33805 370 33865 342 35275 316 16560 351K 16830 304K 34015 304K 34040 329 34165 341K 34195 387L 34290 310L 38595 310C 37310 334C 37330 304 52760 347 52895 380C 41315 432K 32035 306N 39100 345J 39310 350L 39335 378 39930 363 40010 301 40100 408D 54580 408D 54585 408D 54590 348C 18660 366L 18765 379M 18870 392Q 19080 320F 04525 386 41621 385J 22528 383C 55825 306K 47320 303 56070 303 56080 304 56160 364 19645 381M 19725 383 19755 610QA 42320 610QA 42325 610QA 42330 143M 59100 364D 59375 302L 56305 380L 57150 396K 57275 383C 43295 394T 43410 315N 43600 325 44445 385 44530 370 08480 330 44815 391 44855 369 38340

BIO 301 BIO 301 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 WEL 2.304 WEL 2.304 WEL 2.304 WEL 2.304 WEL 2.246 WRW 102 WRW 102 WRW 102 WRW 102 ECJ 6.406 PAR 201 ECJ 1.202 RLM 5.104 ETC 2.108 WEL 1.308 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.224 PAR 303 RLM 6.116 RLM 6.116 PAR 306 JES A121A PHR 2.108 WEL 2.246 GAR 2.112 PAR 301 CPE 2.220 CPE 2.214 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A BUR 106 WAG 420 BRB 2.136 SAC 1.402 GRG 316 GRG 102 GEA 105 NOA 1.102 MEZ 2.118 MEZ 1.202 UTC 3.104 JGB 2.218 GAR 2.112 MEZ 1.120 MEZ 1.102 UTC 3.104 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 5.112 CPE 2.216 ETC 2.114 RLM 5.112 UTC 2.102A MRH 3.134 MRH 3.134 SEA 2.116 RLM 7.114 RLM 8.322 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 CPE 2.210 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.210 WAG 403A WAG 403A WAG 403A FAC 21 WEL 1.316 PAI 3.02 RLM 7.116 RLM 7.112 SEA 2.116 SEA 2.114 WEL 2.246 PAR 201 PAR 201 BUR 136 PAR 201 PAR 201 BUR 232


Longhorn Life | final exam schedule

Thursday, December 1, 2011 SPN SSC SSC TXA TXA URD WGS WGS

352 222 292 316Q 264L 432K 301 393

46510 57530 57635 53700 53815 32685 46880 47191

MEZ 1.102 FAC 101B FAC 101B GEA 100 GEA 211 MEZ 1.202 GEA 105 MRH 3.134

Thursday, December 8 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 1:00 - 2:00 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Tuesday, December 13. *************** ACC 380K 02875 UTC 3.132 ACC 383K 02925 UTC 3.102 ADV 319 05590 CMA A2.320 AHC 325 32795 WAG 101 AHC 325 32800 WAG 101 AHC 325 32805 WAG 101 AHC 325 32810 WAG 101 ALD 322 08790 SZB 284 ALD 322 08795 SZB 439E ANS 301M 31360 HMA ANS 301M 31365 HMA ANS 301M 31370 HMA ANS 301M 31375 HMA ANS 301M 31380 HMA ANS 301M 31385 HMA ANS 301M 31390 HMA ANS 301M 31400 HMA ANS 301M 31405 HMA ANT 302 30860 UTC 3.112 ANT 302 30865 UTC 3.112 ANT 302 30870 UTC 3.112 ANT 302 30875 UTC 3.112 ASE 366K 13670 CPE 2.214 AST 301 47540 WEL 3.502 BIO 301E 47810 BUR 116 BIO 301E 47815 BUR 116 BIO 301E 47820 BUR 116 BIO 301E 47825 BUR 116 BIO 311C 48415 WEL 2.246 BIO 311C 48420 WEL 2.246 BIO 311C 48425 WEL 2.246 BIO 311C 48430 WEL 2.246 BIO 311C 48435 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48440 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48445 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48450 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48455 WEL 2.304 BIO 311C 48460 WEL 2.304 BIO 311C 48465 WEL 2.304 BIO 311C 48470 WEL 2.304 BIO 311C 48530 PAI 4.42 BIO 311C 48535 PAI 4.42 BIO 311C 48540 PAI 4.42 BIO 311D 48625 UTC 2.112A BIO 311D 48630 UTC 2.112A BIO 311D 48635 UTC 2.112A BIO 311D 48640 UTC 2.112A BIO 315H 48665 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48670 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48675 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48680 WEL 2.308 BIO 325 49095 UTC 2.102A BIO 325 49100 UTC 2.102A BIO 325 49105 UTC 2.102A BIO 325 49110 UTC 2.102A BIO 359K 49755 GSB 2.124 BIO 359K 49760 GSB 2.124 BIO 359K 49765 GSB 2.124 BIO 359K 49770 GSB 2.124 BIO 373L 50195 F20 119 C C 354C 32975 WAG 101 C C 354C 32980 WAG 101 C C 354C 32985 WAG 101 C C 354C 32990 WAG 101 C E 301 15600 ECJ 1.202 C E 301 15605 ECJ 1.202 C E 301 15610 ECJ 1.202 C E 301 15615 ECJ 1.202

C E 301 15620 C E 301 15625 C E 357 15900 C E 357 15905 C E 357 15910 C E 357 15915 C E 357 15920 C E 357 15923 C E 360K 15930 C E 385K 16035 C E 387M 16055 C L 315 33555 C S 341 52409 CH 301 50965 CHE 388K 15292 CTI 350 33855 CTI 375 33870 CTI 375 33885 CZ 412K 44625 DAN 604 37805 E 316K 35115 E 321 35141 E E 312 16530 E E 312 16535 E E 312 16540 E E 312 16542 E E 338L 16740 E E 382M 17150 E M 311M 14125 E M 311M 14130 E M 311M 14135 E M 311M 14140 ECO 304K 34030 ECO 420K 34095 ECO 420K 34100 ECO 384K 34275 ECO 387M 34330 ECO 392M 34345 EDP 385 10600 FIN 374S 03540 FR 612 36540 FR 612 36545 FR 340P 36655 GEO 416M 27435 GEO 416M 27450 GEO 416M 27455 GEO 416M 27460 GEO 416M 27465 GEO 416M 27470 GEO 465K 27590 GEO 465K 27595 GEO 465K 27600 GEO 384C 27765 GEO 384C 27770 GER 346L 38015 GOV 310L 38580 GOV 312L 38620 HIS 315K 39138 HIS 320R 39245 HIS 354C 39445 HIS 354C 39450 HIS 354C 39455 HIS 354C 39460 JPN 330 32210 KIN 350 11575 KIN 350 11580 KIN 350 11585 KIN 350 11590 LAH 350 30045 LAT 506 33290 LAT 311 33325 LAT 322 33340 LAT 383 33380 M 408D 54550 M 408D 54555 M 408D 54560 M 408S 54955 M 408S 54960 M 408S 54965 M 316 55060 M 325K 55140 M 427L 55205 M 340L 55300 M 341 55325 M 362K 55425 M 380C 55545

ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 6.406 ECJ 5.410 CPE 2.206 ECJ 1.204 PAR 310 PAI 2.48 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 CPE 2.220 MEZ 2.102 WAG 101 WAG 101 RLM 6.114 BUR 232 PAR 310 PAR 201 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 RLM 6.104 RLM 6.104 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 WEL 2.224 UTC 3.124 UTC 3.124 BRB 1.120 WEL 3.266 BRB 1.118 SZB 434 PHR 2.110 JES A217A MEZ 1.102 PAR 203 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 JGB 3.222 JGB 3.222 JGB 3.222 JGB 3.222 JGB 3.222 WEL 3.260 WCH 1.120 JGB 2.324 WEL 2.256 CAL 100 WAG 101 WAG 101 WAG 101 WAG 101 RLM 5.126 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 MEZ 2.102 JES A216A GAR 0.128 WAG 208 WAG 10 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 MEZ 1.306 RLM 5.124 FAC 21 JES A121A RLM 6.122 RLM 7.116 RLM 11.176

M E MAL MAS MES MIS MKT MKT MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS NTR NTR O M O M O M P S PGE PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHR PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY PSY PSY RUS SED SOC SPN SSC STA STA T D T D TEL TUR TXA UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS URB URB URD

338 312K 374 326 301 337 337H 201M 302L 302L 302L 302L 302L 302L 302L 302L 316 218 335 337 386 303 381K 302 302 302 302 302 302 302 302 302 480F 302K 303L 303L 303L 303L 373 301 305 309 458 506 378T 308 327G 306 309 309H 356T 383P 506 372 260L 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 353 354 506

18405 32370 36080 41555 03910 04980 05000 21370 21405 21410 21415 21420 21425 21430 21435 21440 53305 53310 04150 04185 04220 56045 19715 42000 42005 42010 42015 42020 42025 42030 42040 42045 59515 56300 56565 56570 56575 56580 57130 43030 43065 43075 43255 44790 12752 45264 46380 57520 04375 04410 26555 26645 32590 41845 53780 64045 64050 64055 64405 64410 64415 64420 64425 64430 37690 37713 32665

ETC 2.108 MEZ 1.204 CAL 100 WAG 420 UTC 4.134 UTC 4.124 CBA 4.324 MRH 4.194 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 MRH 2.608 GRG 102 BUR 108 UTC 4.122 CPE 2.218 BUR 112 RLM 8.322 UTC 3.134 HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA HMA PHR 2.208 GEA 105 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.204 BUR 106 NOA 1.126 NOA 1.124 SEA 2.116 PAR 306 SZB 370 BUR 224 MEZ 1.120 UTC 3.110 RLM 4.102 RLM 5.104 WIN B.202 WIN B.202 MEZ 2.122 WAG 420 RLM 7.104 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.110 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.122 CAL 100 WAG 420 PAR 303

Thursday, December 8 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting TTH 5:00 - 6:30 PM and Thursday evening *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Tuesday, December 13. *************** ARC 362 00910 GOL 3.120 ARC 382 01045 GOL 3.120 BME 303 14415 MEZ B0.306 BME 303 14420 MEZ B0.306 BME 303 14430 MEZ B0.306 BME 303 14435 MEZ B0.306 C S 429 52364 PAI 3.02 C S 429 52366 PAI 3.02

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C S C S C S CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CSE E E E E E E E E E E GRG HDF M M E M E M E MUS P R P S RHE SCI SSC UGS UGS UGS URB WGS

GOOD LUCK! STUDY HARD!

429 343 380D 455 455 455 455 455 455 368 380L 384R 362K 369 370N 380N 381V 336 313 384C 302 210H 384R 210J 352 303 321 360 384 303 303 303 354 301

52367 52410 52536 51690 51695 51700 51705 51710 51715 51755 51920 65693 16910 17015 17025 17080 17100 37340 52770 55575 17795 17925 19015 21610 06140 56090 44035 12555 57595 63955 63960 63965 37700 46900

PAI 3.02 GRG 102 RLM 7.116 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.304 FAC 101B RLM 4.102 RLM 7.114 ENS 115 ENS 115 WRW 113 GRG 312 MEZ 1.306 FAC 101B RLM 5.114 RLM 5.114 RLM 5.116 MRH 4.194 CMA A3.112 RLM 8.322 PAR 1 SZB 316 FAC 101B PAR 201 PAR 201 PAR 201 GRG 312 MEZ 1.306

Friday, December 9 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting TTh 12:30 - 2:00 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Wednesday, December 14. *************** ACC 384 02950 UTC 3.124 ACF 329 54155 RLM 5.104 ADV 315 05515 CAL 100 ADV 378 05845 CMA A6.104 AFR 301 30140 UTC 4.104 AMS 315 30555 UTC 4.104 AMS 370 30617 BUR 422 ANT 310L 30943 UTC 4.104 ARC 308 00520 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00525 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00530 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00535 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00540 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00545 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00550 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00555 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00560 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00565 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00570 HRH 2.104 ARC 308 00575 HRH 2.104 ARC 368R 00930 BTL 101 ARC 388R 01185 BTL 101 ARE 345K 15465 ECJ B.226 ASE 330M 13595 UTC 4.132 ASE 364 13660 PAI 2.48 ASE 382Q 13815 WRW 113 AST 364 47615 RLM 15.216B BIO 301L 47850 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47855 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47860 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47865 PAI 3.02 BIO 301M 47920 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47925 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47930 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47935 WEL 2.246 BIO 318M 48705 JGB 2.218 BIO 318M 48710 JGB 2.218 BIO 318M 48715 JGB 2.218 BIO 318M 48720 JGB 2.218 BIO 325 49055 GAR 0.102 BIO 325 49060 GAR 0.102 BIO 325 49065 GAR 0.102 BIO 325 49070 GAR 0.102

BIO 325 49075 BIO 325 49080 BIO 325 49085 BIO 325 49090 BIO 328 49435 BIO 330 49440 BIO 349 49646 BIO 349 49647 BIO 349 49648 BIO 349 49649 BIO 357 49690 BIO 357 49695 BIO 357 49700 BIO 357 49705 BIO 365R 49925 BIO 365R 49930 BIO 365R 49935 BIO 365R 49940 BIO 389 50450 BIO 391P 50455 BME 365R 14575 BME 365R 14585 BME 365R 14590 C C 303 32890 C C 340 32945 C E 369L 15965 C E 391L 16080 C L 323 33620 C S 378 52525 CH 302 51045 CH 310M 51445 CH 318M 51525 CH 353 51615 CH 382L 51945 CH 386J 51950 CHE 317 14930 CHE 317 14935 CHI 506 31870 CHI 506 31875 CMS 320 06910 CMS 359 06970 CMS 366M 07000 CSD 311K 06320 CTI 335 33825 CTI 335 33830 CTI 345 33850 CZ 324 44635 E 316K 34835 E 316K 34840 E 316K 34845 E 316K 34850 E 316K 34855 E 316K 34860 E 316K 34865 E 316K 34870 E 316K 34875 E 316K 34880 E 322 35170 E E 302 16405 E E 302 16410 E E 302 16415 E E 319K 16600 E E 319K 16603 E E 319K 16605 E E 319K 16610 E E 319K 16613 E E 319K 16615 E E 422C 16620 E E 383N 17230 ECO 333K 34170 ECO 339K 34177 ECO 369F 34230 ECO 387M 34325 EDC 339F 09020 EDP 482K 10525 EDP 482K 10530 EUS 346 36285 GK 328 33122 GK 365 33128 GK 385 33155 GOV 312P 38651 GOV 350K 38723 GOV 351D 38730 GOV 357M 38760 GOV 391J 38960

Thursday, December 1, 2011 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 BUR 130 PHR 2.110 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 BUR 130 PHR 2.110 WRW 102 WRW 102 WRW 102 JGB 2.324 GAR 0.128 CPE 2.212 ECJ 5.416 PAR 201 CPE 2.216 WEL 2.224 UTC 2.112A WEL 1.316 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.308 ETC 2.108 WEL 3.266 WEL 2.256 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 UTC 1.104 UTC 1.104 RLM 6.120 PAI 4.42 CMA A2.232 UTC 4.134 BUR 116 UTC 3.134 PAR 201 PAR 103 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 PAR 201 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.122 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 BUR 108 ENS 145 UTC 3.132 WAG 101 RLM 6.124 BRB 1.102 SZB 442 SZB 330 SZB 330 PAR 103 WAG 420 WAG 112 WAG 112 WCH 1.120 BUR 112 UTC 3.134 UTC 3.104 BAT 5.108

GRG GRG GRG HDF HEB HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS INF J S JPN LEB LEB LEB LIN M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E MAS MES MIS MIS MIS MIS MKT MKT MUS MUS MUS NSC NTR ORI P S P S P S PGE PGE PGE PHL PHL PHL PHL PHR PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY PSY R M R S REE REE RTF RUS SOC SPN

335K 37335 460C 37400 460C 37405 337 52875 372 41292 315L 39145 322M 39260 362G 39493 364G 39533 365G 39543 385T 28570 364 40017 506 32145 320F 03190 323 03215 380 03270 372L 40735 408C 54415 408C 54420 408C 54425 408D 54535 408D 54540 408D 54545 408N 54880 408N 54885 408N 54890 315C 55045 316K 55085 427K 55175 427L 55200 328K 55235 339W 55280 373K 55475 375T 55530 389W 55605 324 18070 324 18075 324 18080 324 18085 324 18090 324 18095 372J 18795 379M 18880 384R 19010 397 19115 350 36005 325 41554 301 03945 302F 03960 365 04005 373 04009 372 05055 282 05100 210J 21617 214C 21770 387L 22560 306L 47330 365 53470 397 19325 303 56040 303 56050 304 56140 322K 19450 323M 19465 383 19740 322 42475 322 42480 322 42485 375M 42570 695F 60735 301 56240 303L 56545 303L 56550 303L 56555 303L 56560 352K 57080 391T 57235 308 43070 323 43145 337 43167 357E 04290 346 43610 325 44460 325 44475 314 08030 356 44825 330C 45413 327G 46350

GRG 102 GRG 316 GRG 316 UTC 3.112 BUR 220 UTC 3.102 WEL 2.308 PAR 103 BUR 220 BUR 422 UTA 1.210A BUR 220 RLM 5.116 GSB 2.124 GSB 2.122 JGB 2.216 BUR 136 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 UTC 1.146 RLM 7.116 MEZ 1.306 UTC 3.122 RLM 6.122 CPE 2.220 RLM 6.116 UTC 1.146 CPE 2.220 JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A ETC 2.114 ETC 2.132 ETC 2.114 ETC 2.132 MEZ 2.124 BUR 220 UTC 3.110 BUR 106 UTC 4.112 CBA 4.328 UTC 1.116 MEZ B0.306 MRH 4.194 MRH 2.604 PAC 3.612 RLM 7.114 UTC 4.124 ETC 2.132 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.322 RLM 8.314 ECJ 1.202 UTC 2.102A CPE 2.202 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.110 UTC 4.110 BUR 116 CPE 2.208 WEL 2.304 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.126 WEL 2.312 RLM 5.120 NOA 1.124 NOA 1.126 CPE 2.210 UTC 4.102 BUR 422 PAR 103 PAR 201 PHR 2.108 PAR 201 BUR 212 MEZ 2.124


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1Thursday, December 1, 2011 SPN SSC SSC T D TXA TXA UGS UGS UGS UGS URB

381M 335 394 383P 205 205 302 303 303 303 351

46590 57535 57645 26650 53625 53640 63755 64840 64845 64850 37665

BEN 1.118 BUR 208 BUR 208 WIN 2.136 GEA 100 GEA 105 BIO 301 NOA 1.102 NOA 1.102 NOA 1.102 UTC 4.102

Friday, December 9 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting TTh 9:30 - 11:00 AM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Wednesday, December 14. *************** AAS 310 35820 CBA 4.332 ACC 380K 02830 UTC 4.112 ACC 384 02955 UTC 1.130 ADV 318J 05525 HMA ADV 318J 05530 HMA ADV 318J 05535 HMA ADV 318J 05540 HMA ADV 318J 05545 HMA ADV 318J 05550 HMA ADV 318J 05555 HMA ADV 318J 05560 HMA ADV 318J 05565 HMA AFR 317F 30185 UTC 4.124 AMS 310 30490 ECJ 1.202 AMS 315 30564 CBA 4.332 ANT 322M 30980 ART 1.110 ANT 325L 31040 SAC 4.174 ARE 323K 15425 ECJ 5.410 ARE 346N 15470 ECJ 7.202 ASE 320 13525 PAI 4.42 ASE 366L 13675 PAR 301 ASE 376K 13755 BUR 108 ASE 396 13875 RLM 6.120 AST 309S 47588 WEL 3.502 AST 352K 47605 RLM 15.216B BIO 301M 47900 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47905 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47910 WEL 2.246 BIO 301M 47915 WEL 2.246 BIO 325 48975 CAL 100 BIO 325 48980 CAL 100 BIO 325 48985 CAL 100 BIO 325 48990 CAL 100 BIO 325T 49230 RLM 5.118 BIO 335 49465 PAI 2.48 BIO 344 49510 WEL 2.308 BIO 344 49515 WEL 2.308 BIO 344 49520 WEL 2.308 BIO 344 49525 WEL 2.308 BIO 347 49610 BUR 116 BIO 347 49615 BUR 116 BIO 347 49620 BUR 116 BIO 347 49625 BUR 116 BIO 359K 49715 CPE 2.214 BIO 359K 49720 CPE 2.214 BIO 359K 49725 CPE 2.214 BIO 359K 49730 CPE 2.214 BIO 370 50105 MEZ 1.306 BIO 370 50110 MEZ 1.306 BIO 370 50115 MEZ 1.306 BIO 370 50120 MEZ 1.306 BIO 375 50200 BIO 301 BIO 384K 50400 BIO 301 BIO 385K 50430 MEZ 1.306 BIO 394M 50473 RLM 5.118 BIO 395J 50495 GRG 102 BME 339 14530 PAI 2.48 C C 307D 32920 WAG 201 C E 319F 15740 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15745 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15755 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15760 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15765 ECJ 1.204 C E 329 15805 CPE 2.204 C E 342 15850 CPE 2.206 C E 384R 16030 ECJ 7.208

C E 390N 16070 C S 345H 52415 C S 352 52425 C S 391D 52580 CH 301 50985 CH 301 50995 CH 339K 51585 CH 353 51620 CH 369 51775 CH 393L 52005 CH 395J 52015 CHE 339 15005 CHE 353 15045 CHI 604 31845 CMS 332 06925 CMS 345 06960 CMS 364K 06980 CSD 341 06345 CSD 371 06385 CSE 392 65707 CTI 310 33800 DEV 303M 65940 E 316K 34755 E 316K 34760 E 316K 34765 E 316K 34770 E 316K 34775 E 316K 34780 E 316K 34785 E 316K 34790 E 321L 35160 E 364T 35420 E E 302 16360 E E 302 16365 E E 302 16370 E E 325K 16655 E E 339 16745 E E 351K 16820 E E 360F 16875 E E 382V 17182 ECO 304K 34045 ECO 420K 34065 ECO 420K 34070 ECO 320L 34125 ECO 339K 34175 ECO 392M 34340 EDC 365D 09150 EDP 312 10270 EUS 347 36355 F A 360 20015 FIN 367 03485 FR 340C 36650 GEO 422K 27480 GEO 422K 27495 GOV 342N 38720 GOV 360N 38775 GOV 370L 38840 GRG 301C 37155 GRG 301C 37160 GRG 301C 37165 GRG 301C 37170 GRG 301C 37175 GRG 301C 37180 GRG 301C 37185 GRG 301C 37190 GRG 301C 37195 HDF 322 52865 HEB 321 41280 HEB 382C 41322 HIS 315G 39120 HIS 315K 39125 HIS 315K 39135 HMN 350 39810 INF 385K 28530 J S 311 39990 J S 365 40030 JPN 506 32115 JPN 506 32120 JPN 506 32125 JPN 506 32130 JPN 507 32150 JPN 507 32155 KIN 310 11090 KIN 312 11100 KIN 321M 11300 KIN 321M 11305

ETC 2.114 CPE 2.216 JES A121A PAI 3.14 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 WEL 2.312 GEA 105 CPE 2.208 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 WEL 3.402 GRG 102 PAI 2.48 CPE 2.218 MEZ 1.120 CMA A5.136 CPE 2.210 CMA A3.112 SZB 104 BUR 220 PAI 3.14 MEZ B0.306 PAR 105 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A UTC 2.112A PAR 201 PAR 206 ETC 2.108 ETC 2.108 ETC 2.108 ENS 116 WRW 102 RLM 5.104 BUR 212 ETC 2.102 BUR 136 JGB 2.216 JGB 2.216 ART 1.120 WAG 101 WAG 208 SZB 316 SZB 416 MEZ 2.202 PAC 3.612 UTC 4.110 MEZ 2.202 JGB 3.116 JGB 3.116 GSB 2.122 GSB 2.126 CPE 2.210 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 PHR 2.110 BEN 1.108 BEN 1.108 ECJ 1.202 WCH 1.120 SAC 1.402 SRH 3.212 UTA 1.502 MEZ B0.306 SAC 4.174 RLM 5.120 RLM 5.120 WAG 420 WAG 420 PAR 1 PAR 1 BEL 328 BEL 628 BEL 602B BEL 602B

KIN KIN KIN KIN KIN LAH LAS LAT LAT LEB LIN M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E MAS MES MIS MKT MNS MOL MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS N S NSC NTR NTR NTR ORI P A P S P S P S PBH PGE PGE PHL PHL PHL PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY R S R S R S

321M 11310 321M 11315 321M 11320 321M 11325 351 11600 350 30015 324L 40133 365 33359 385 33387 320F 03180 321L 40685 408C 54325 408C 54330 408C 54335 408M 54805 408M 54810 408M 54815 427K 55160 328K 55220 339U 55270 341 55315 343L 55335 346 55340 358K 55365 361 55370 361K 55380 362K 55400 365C 55440 302 17805 302 17810 210 17885 210 17890 353 18675 353 18680 353 18685 353 18690 353 18695 353 18700 359 18710 360L 18715 379M 18875 381P 18940 382N 18959 382P 18963 383Q 18980 384N 19005 388P 19050 374 36086 310 41530 301 03935 282 05095 354Q 53985 395J 50760 201M 21355 228G 21870 376G 22135 380 22235 387L 22540 362 44375 306L 47325 306 53235 334 53400 338W 53420 390R 19305 325 61040 303 56010 303 56020 304 56130 317 50610 379 19678 383 19743 610QA 42290 610QA 42295 610QA 42300 302K 56295 317L 56910 329 57040 474 57135 389K 57200 304 43055 418 43090 418 43095 339 43170 345 43225 391N 43330 313 43585 346 43615 383M 43680

BEL 602B BEL 602B BEL 602B BEL 602B BEL 602A SRH 3.212 ART 1.110 WAG 112 WAG 112 GSB 2.124 PAR 201 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A FAC 21 RLM 5.114 BUR 112 RLM 5.126 CBA 4.326 RLM 6.114 RLM 6.104 NOA 1.102 RLM 6.126 RLM 6.118 WRW 113 RLM 7.116 WEL 2.256 RLM 7.116 WEL 2.256 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 ETC 2.136 CPE 2.212 RLM 7.112 CPE 2.212 RLM 7.112 ENS 109 ENS 115 ENS 145 ETC 2.132 ART 1.110 MEZ B0.306 UTC 3.122 UTC 1.102 ACE 2.402 GRG 102 MRH 4.194 MRH 6.248 PAC 3.612 MRH 2.634 PAC 3.612 SZB 546 RLM 7.114 CMA A2.320 GEA 100 PHR 2.114 RLM 5.116 SRH 3.212 RLM 8.322 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 CBA 4.328 CPE 2.220 CPE 2.220 BUR 130 BUR 130 BUR 130 JGB 2.324 PAI 3.02 RLM 5.122 RLM 7.124 RLM 5.112 SEA 2.108 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.124 NOA 1.126 SEA 4.242 MEZ B0.306 SAC 4.174 BUR 436A

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325L 369K 327G 304 310 326D 316L 376 302 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 354 322

45405 45470 46370 57510 42850 26340 53695 53820 63510 64030 64035 64040 64095 64100 64105 64110 64115 64120 37715 46915

GAR 0.102 UTC 4.132 JES A203A UTC 3.132 RLM 7.104 WIN 1.134 GEA 241 BUR 134 CBA 4.330 WAG 214 WAG 214 WAG 214 BUR 208 BUR 208 BUR 208 BUR 208 BUR 208 BUR 208 GAR 0.102 UTC 4.132

Friday, December 9 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 4:00 - 5:00 PM, MWF 5:00 - 6:00 PM, and Friday evening *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Wednesday, December 14. *************** ASE 167M 13700 WRW 102 ASE 379L 13785 ENS 115 ASE 179R 13790 WRW 113 BEN 506 31775 MEZ B0.302 BEN 312K 31780 WEL 3.402 BIO 393 50465 NMS 2.106 BME 333T 14520 RLM 5.118 C E 395S 16135 ECJ 7.208 C S 345 52413 GEA 105 C S 378 52527 GEA 127 CHI 322 31923 MEZ 2.124 CMS 333 06935 BUR 228 CMS 367 07010 CMA A5.136 CTI 326 33816 GAR 0.102 E 388M 35610 PAR 104 E E 306 16420 HMA E E 306 16425 HMA E E 306 16430 HMA E E 306 16435 HMA E E 306 16440 HMA E E 306 16445 HMA E E 306 16447 HMA E E 306 16450 HMA E E 306 16455 HMA E E 306 16460 HMA E E 306 16465 HMA E E 306 16467 HMA E E 306 16470 HMA E E 306 16475 HMA E E 309S 16480 ENS 115 E E 438 16715 ETC 2.108 E E 460N 16890 WAG 101 E E 460N 16895 WAG 101 E E 362S 16935 ENS 115 E E 381K 17095 CPE 2.206 ECO 420K 34115 UTC 3.132 ECO 420K 34120 UTC 3.132 EDC 385G 09465 SZB 312 EDP 380P 10385 UTC 1.130 FIN 367 03495 UTC 1.144 FIN 374C 03530 GSB 2.124 FR 612 36560 JES A217A GOV 339L 38710 UTC 1.104 GOV 350K 38725 RLM 5.114 GOV 357M 38755 GAR 0.102 GOV 370L 38855 CAL 100 GOV 390K 38950 BAT 5.102 HIN 531K 32030 MEZ 2.102 HIS 334L 39290 JGB 2.218 INF 382V 28505 UTA 5.522 INF 385T 28575 PAR 104 KIN 395 11760 BEL 602B M E 335 18265 BUR 112 M E 335 18270 BUR 112

M E M E M E M E M E M E M E M E MAL MIS MKT MUS NSC NSC O M P S P S P S RTF RTF RTF RTF RTF RTF SOC TXA TXA UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS URD

Thursday, December 1, 2011 335 18275 335 18280 335 18285 335 18290 379M 18860 389F 19055 392C 19060 397 19094 506 32365 373 04017 460 05025 210J 21605 306J 47312 306M 47335 337 04175 303 56075 303 56085 304 56155 318 08120 318 08125 318 08130 318 08135 318 08140 318 08145 384L 45515 355 53752 394 53840 303 64600 303 64605 303 64610 303 64615 303 64620 303 64625 303 64630 303 64635 303 64640 531K 32680

BUR 112 BUR 112 BUR 112 BUR 112 ENS 115 ETC 2.102 ETC 2.114 MEZ 1.118 SAC 5.102 UTC 1.132 CBA 4.344 MRH 4.194 RLM 7.116 RLM 7.114 UTC 1.146 RLM 8.318 RLM 5.116 RLM 8.314 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 PAR 1 GEA 127 GEA 403 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 MEZ 2.102

Saturday, December 10 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting MWF 11:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Thursday, December 15. *************** ACC 380D 02795 UTC 3.132 ACC 380K 02835 UTC 3.112 ACC 380K 02870 GSB 2.126 ADV 370J 05745 BUR 220 ANS 302C 31430 UTC 4.112 ANT 310L 30945 WAG 101 ANT 324L 31035 SAC 5.172 ANT 325M 31045 UTC 4.132 ASE 333T 13610 ENS 115 ASE 333T 13615 ENS 115 ASE 367K 13695 ETC 2.136 AST 307 47570 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48315 WEL 1.308 BIO 311C 48320 WEL 1.308 BIO 311C 48325 WEL 1.308 BIO 311C 48330 WEL 1.308 BIO 311C 48335 UTC 3.134 BIO 311C 48340 UTC 3.134 BIO 311C 48345 UTC 3.134 BIO 311C 48350 UTC 3.134 BIO 311D 48585 MEZ 1.306 BIO 311D 48590 MEZ 1.306 BIO 311D 48595 MEZ 1.306 BIO 311D 48600 MEZ 1.306 BIO 315H 48645 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48650 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48655 WEL 2.308 BIO 315H 48660 WEL 2.308 BIO 325 49015 GEA 105 BIO 325 49020 GEA 105 BIO 325 49025 GEA 105 BIO 325 49030 GEA 105 BIO 326M 49295 GSB 2.124 BIO 326M 49300 GSB 2.124 BIO 326M 49305 GSB 2.124 BIO 326M 49310 GSB 2.124 BIO 326R 49395 BUR 108 BIO 326R 49400 BUR 108 BIO 326R 49405 BUR 108

BIO 326R 49410 BIO 337 49495 BIO 349 49630 BIO 349 49635 BIO 349 49640 BIO 349 49645 BME 354 14565 C C 383 33035 C E 311K 15650 C E 311K 15655 C E 329 15810 C E 363 15940 C E 387R 16065 C E 397K 16220 C E 397L 16225 C S 313K 52305 C S 313K 52310 C S 313K 52315 C S 314H 52317 C S 314H 52318 CH 301 50960 CH 301 51000 CH 301 51005 CH 301 51010 CH 301 51020 CH 353M 51660 CH 368 51770 CHE 210 14900 CHE 210 14905 CHE 210 14910 CHE 210 14915 CHE 353 15050 E 603A 34485 E 337E 35245 E 360K 35375 E E 312 16515 E E 312 16520 E E 312 16525 E E 312 16527 E E 382V 17205 E E 382V 17212 E E 384N 17245 E E 396V 17330 ECO 420K 34075 ECO 420K 34080 ECO 320L 34130 ECO 328 34160 EDC 332S 09000 FIN 354 03385 FIN 357 03420 FIN 286 03600 FIN 286 03605 FR 612 36530 FR 612 36535 GEO 390R 27845 GEO 390R 27850 GEO 390R 27855 GK 506 33105 GOV 310L 38545 GOV 370L 38850 GRG 306C 37300 GRG 341K 37360 GRG 356T 37395 HDF 371 53040 HIS 306N 39095 HIS 309L 39109 HIS 315L 39155 HIS 329U 39265 HIS 329U 39270 I B 350 04870 KIN 119 11225 KIN 354 11610 KIN 354 11615 KIN 354 11620 LAS 310 40110 LAS 330 40155 LAT 506 33280 LAT 311 33320 LEB 380 03280 LIN 360K 40720 LIN 373 40740 M 408C 54265 M 408C 54270 M 408C 54275 M 408C 54355 M 408C 54360

BUR 108 PAI 4.08 WRW 102 WRW 102 WRW 102 WRW 102 ETC 2.114 GAR 2.124 CPE 2.212 CPE 2.212 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.216 ECJ 5.410 ECJ 6.406 WEL 2.304 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.256 PAI 2.48 PAI 2.48 PAI 2.48 WEL 2.246 PAI 4.08 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 NOA 1.126 PAR 204 PAR 103 PAR 105 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 CPE 2.208 ETC 2.132 RLM 5.112 RLM 6.126 CPE 2.210 UTC 3.124 UTC 3.124 UTC 2.102A WAG 201 WIN 1.148 UTC 3.122 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 UTC 4.124 JES A217A MEZ 2.202 EPS 1.102 EPS 1.102 EPS 1.102 MEZ 1.120 CPE 2.214 GAR 0.102 GRG 312 GRG 102 SAC 5.172 GEA 114 UTC 4.112 PAR 203 UTC 2.112A PAI 4.18 PAI 4.18 UTC 1.102 BEL 502 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 WAG 101 GRG 102 GAR 2.128 GAR 1.134 UTC 4.110 PAR 105 UTC 4.132 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402


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M 408C 54365 M 408M 54790 M 408M 54795 M 408M 54800 M 316 55055 M 316L 55095 M 325K 55130 M 328K 55215 M 340L 55295 M 365C 55445 M 382C 55555 M E 384N 19000 MAS 374 36060 MIS 301 03925 MKT 460 05015 MUS 201M 21365 MUS 605A 21485 MUS 605A 21490 MUS 605A 21495 MUS 605A 21500 MUS 605A 21505 MUS 605A 21510 MUS 612A 21680 MUS 612A 21685 MUS 380 22250 N S 369 44380 NTR 307 53245 NTR 330 53390 P R 367 06160 P S 303 56025 PGE 312 19445 PGE 381L 19720 PHR 341C 58885 PHR 262D 59340 PHY 302L 56310 PHY 303K 56465 PHY 303K 56470 PHY 303K 56475 PHY 303K 56480 PHY 336K 57045 PHY 341 57075 PHY 382Q 57157 POR 406 45810 POR 312K 45830 PSY 301 43025 PSY 301 43027 PSY 332C 43150 PSY 352 43230 RHE 330D 44070 RUS 601C 44780 SAN 506 32435 SOC 302 45190 SOC 302 45195 SOC 302 45200 SOC 302 45205 SOC 302 45210 SOC 302 45215 SOC 317M 45325 SOC 321K 45385 SOC 352M 45450 SPN 327G 46375 SPN 345L 46470 STA 309H 04405 STA 380 04460 T D 317M 26200 TUR 320K 41835 UGS 303 64080 UGS 303 64085 UGS 303 64090 UGS 303 64555 UGS 303 64560 UGS 303 64565 UGS 303 64570 UGS 303 64575 UGS 303 64580 UGS 303 65155 UGS 303 65160 UGS 303 65165 UGS 303 65170 UGS 303 65175 UGS 303 65180 UGS 303 65185 UGS 303 65190 UGS 303 65195 UGS 303 65200 UGS 303 65205

SAC 1.402 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 ETC 2.108 RLM 7.116 RLM 5.116 WAG 420 FAC 21 CPE 2.220 RLM 5.126 RLM 6.126 NOA 1.102 UTC 1.146 UTC 1.130 MRH 4.194 MRH M3.113 MRH M3.113 MRH 2.604 MRH 2.604 MRH 2.634 MRH 2.634 MRH M3.114 MRH 2.614 MRH 2.610 SZB 546 PAI 4.42 BUR 136 BUR 220 RLM 8.322 ECJ 1.202 JGB 2.216 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.108 JES A121A RLM 4.102 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 UTC 4.134 PAI 4.08 ENS 126 BEN 1.102 BEN 1.108 HMA HMA NOA 1.124 CAL 100 PAR 104 MEZ 1.102 MEZ 1.118 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 BUR 130 NOA 1.102 UTC 4.132 MEZ 1.122 MEZ 2.124 UTC 1.132 CBA 4.344 WIN 2.112 MEZ 2.102 RLM 5.104 RLM 5.104 RLM 5.104 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.110 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324

UGS UGS UGS UGS

303 303 303 303

65210 65215 65220 65225

JGB JGB JGB JGB

2.324 2.324 2.324 2.324

Saturday, December 10 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting TTh 8:00 - 9:30 AM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Thursday, December 15. *************** ACC 362 02780 UTC 3.122 ADV 318J 05570 PHR 2.110 ADV 318J 05575 PHR 2.110 ADV 318J 05580 PHR 2.110 ADV 371J 05770 GEA 105 ADV 385 05930 CMA A3.124 AFR 317D 30170 GAR 0.102 ANS 361 31490 PAR 203 ASE 346 13635 WRW 113 ASE 384P 13825 RLM 6.118 BIO 325 48935 JES A121A BIO 325 48940 JES A121A BIO 325 48945 JES A121A BIO 325 48950 JES A121A BIO 365R 49845 UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 BIO 365R 49850 UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 BIO 365R 49855 UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 BIO 365R 49860 UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 BIO 365S 49965 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49970 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49975 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49980 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49985 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49990 BUR 106 BIO 365S 49995 BUR 106 BIO 365S 50000 BUR 106 BME 353 14560 CAL 100 C E 311K 15630 CPE 2.212 C E 311K 15635 CPE 2.212 C E 319F 15710 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15715 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15725 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15730 ECJ 1.204 C E 319F 15735 ECJ 1.204 CH 301 50980 WEL 2.224 CH 304K 51255 WEL 3.502 CH 310N 51455 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.316 CH 318N 51535 WAG 101 CH 369 51774 ETC 2.108 CH 370 51885 WEL 2.246 CHE 350 15040 MEZ 1.306 CHE 355 15080 CPE 2.216 CHE 384 15245 CPE 2.220 CHI 506 31855 RLM 7.112 CMS 332 06920 CMA A3.112 CSD 371 06390 CMA A2.320 CSD 378 06405 CMA A5.136 E M 306 14065 HMA E M 306 14070 HMA E M 306 14075 HMA E M 306 14080 HMA E M 306 14085 HMA E M 306 14090 HMA E M 319 14165 GSB 2.124 E M 319 14170 GSB 2.124 E M 319 14175 GSB 2.124 E M 319 14180 GSB 2.124 E M 388 14230 RLM 6.118 ECO 322 34145 WAG 201 FIN 367 03475 UTC 3.124 GOV 310L 38560 SAC 1.402 GOV 365L 38795 PAR 203 HIS 314K 39110 UTC 4.132 HIS 317L 39205 GAR 0.102 KIN 315 11175 BEL 328 KIN 315 11180 BEL 328 KIN 315 11185 BEL 328

KIN 315 11190 KIN 315 11195 KIN 315 11200 KIN 315 11205 KIN 315 11210 KIN 315 11215 KIN 341 11525 M 408C 54295 M 408C 54300 M 408C 54305 M 408N 54835 M 408N 54840 M 408N 54845 M 310T 55020 M 410T 55030 M 410T 55035 M 410T 55040 M 325K 55110 M 427K 55155 M 340L 55285 M 348 55345 M 362K 55390 M 362M 55435 M E 311 17935 M E 320 18065 M E 336 18300 MAS 316 35975 MKT 282 05105 MUS 201M 21350 MUS 255V 22005 NSC 306J 47313 NTR 355M 53460 ORI 390R 19295 P R 371J 06190 P S 303 56000 P S 304 56120 PHY 303L 56585 PHY 303L 56590 PHY 303L 56595 PHY 385L 57170 SOC 302 45100 SOC 302 45105 SOC 302 45110 SOC 302 45115 SOC 302 45120 SOC 302 45125 SPN 327G 46365 SSC 318 57525 TXA 212K 53675

BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 404A ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 RLM 5.114 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 UTC 1.104 PAI 2.48 CPE 2.208 RLM 5.104 RLM 6.114 CPE 2.210 ETC 2.114 UTC 3.132 UTC 3.134 ETC 2.136 UTC 4.132 UTC 1.102 MRH 4.184 MRH 2.634 RLM 7.114 UTC 1.130 UTC 1.132 GEA 105 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 RLM 6.116 RLM 6.116 RLM 6.116 NOA 1.102 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 MEZ 2.102 RLM 5.114 GEA 403

Saturday, December 10 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 9:00 - 10:00 AM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Thursday, December 15. *************** ACC 383K 02930 CBA 4.328 AMS 310 30485 JES A121A ANS 302K 31435 PAR 301 ANT 302 30856 GAR 0.102 ANT 302 30857 GAR 0.102 ANT 302 30858 GAR 0.102 ANT 302 30859 GAR 0.102 ANT 305 30935 UTC 3.112 ANT 310L 30972 PAR 301 ASE 324L 13535 CPE 2.216 ASE 324L 13540 CPE 2.216 ASE 324L 13545 CPE 2.216 ASE 324L 13550 CPE 2.216 ASE 365 13665 CPE 2.208 ASE 381P 13805 ENS 109 AST 301 47520 WEL 3.502 BIO 307D 48120 JGB 2.216 BIO 307D 48125 JGB 2.216 BIO 307D 48130 JGB 2.216 BIO 307D 48135 JGB 2.216 BIO 208L 48140 BUR 220 BIO 208L 48145 BUR 220 BIO 208L 48150 BUR 220 BIO 311C 48235 SAC 1.402 BIO 311C 48240 SAC 1.402 BIO 311C 48245 SAC 1.402

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Longhorn Life | FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE BIO 311C 48250 BIO 311C 48255 BIO 311C 48260 BIO 311C 48265 BIO 311C 48270 BIO 311D 48545 BIO 311D 48550 BIO 311D 48555 BIO 311D 48560 BIO 326R 49375 BIO 326R 49380 BIO 326R 49385 BIO 326R 49390 BIO 337 49485 BIO 456L 49685 BIO 365R 49865 BIO 365R 49870 BIO 365R 49875 BIO 365R 49880 BIO 478L 50275 BIO 478L 50280 BIO 478L 50285 C E 311K 15640 C E 311K 15645 C E 314K 15680 C E 314K 15685 C E 314K 15690 C E 314K 15695 C E 314K 15700 C E 314K 15705 C E 335 15840 C E 357 15875 C E 357 15880 C E 357 15885 C E 357 15890 C E 357 15895 C E 357 15897 C E 381P 16015 C E 381R 16020 C E 385L 16040 C E 387L 16050 C E 395S 16140 C S 313E 52295 CH 301 50950 CH 310M 51435 CH 318M 51520 CH 318M 51529 CH 368 51760 CHE 210 14880 CHE 210 14885 CHE 210 14890 CHE 210 14895 CHE 253K 15055 CSD 367K 06375 CTI 366 33860 E 316K 34890 E 316K 34895 E 316K 34900 E 316K 34905 E 316K 34910 E 316K 34915 E 316K 34920 E 316K 34925 E 316K 34930 E 316K 34935 E E 411 16505 E E 411 16510 E E 440 16760 E E 440 16765 E E 440 16770 E E 440 16775 E E 366 17010 E E 384N 17240 E E 396K 17295 E E 396K 17300 E E 396K 17305 E E 396K 17310 ECO 357K 34210 EDC 670EB 09325 EDP 380E 10380 EDP 382L 10565 EDP 384 10590 EUS 348 36375 FIN 357 03400 FR 320E 36570 GEO 401 27025

SAC 1.402 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 PAI 4.08 CAL 221 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.308 GRG 102 GRG 102 GRG 102 ECJ 7.208 ECJ 7.208 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 NOA 1.126 WEL 2.256 WEL 2.256 WEL 2.256 WEL 2.256 WEL 2.256 WEL 2.256 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.210 CPE 2.206 ECJ 5.416 ECJ 9.236 PAI 2.48 WEL 2.224 BUR 106 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.304 BUR 106 PAI 4.08 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 WEL 2.246 RLM 7.114 PAR 201 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 ENS 126 ENS 126 ENS 126 ENS 126 WRW 102 ETC 5.132 ENS 126 ENS 126 ENS 126 ENS 126 PAR 201 SZB 240 UTC 4.134 SZB 524 SZB 434 PAR 201 GSB 2.124 MEZ 2.202 JGB 2.324

GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GK GOV GOV HDF HDF HIS J KOR LAS LAS LAT LAT LEB M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M E M E M E M E M E M E M E MAS MNS MNS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS N S NSC NTR P S PHY PHY PHY PHY PSY PSY PSY R S REE RTF S W SOC SPN SSC SSC SSC TEL TXA UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS

Thursday, December 1, 2011 401 27030 401 27035 401 27040 401 27045 401 27050 401 27055 401 27060 401 27065 428 27515 428 27520 428 27525 428 27530 428 27535 428 27540 506 33100 310L 38535 344 38722 313 52765 378L 53050 315G 39115 384 07700 506 32280 355 40170 370S 40310 601C 33265 312K 33330 323 03205 302 54225 408C 54310 408C 54315 408C 54320 408D 54505 408D 54510 408D 54515 310T 55013 316K 55070 316L 55090 325K 55115 340L 55290 340L 55310 358K 55360 362K 55395 367K 55455 302 17800 210 17880 210 17915 311 17940 336 18305 384N 18995 386P 19022 374 36030 440 53980 481C 54025 605A 21465 605A 21470 605A 21475 605A 21480 226J 21865 379K 22230 387L 22550 302 44360 309 47372 332 53395 303 56005 309K 56825 316 56870 341 57065 369 57110 304 43050 418 43080 418 43085 310 43580 335 44480 316 08040 388R 61970 344 45440 367K 46545 302 57450 302 57485 302 57490 312K 32595 226L 53725 303 64780 303 64785 303 64790 303 64795 303 64800

JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.308 JGB 2.308 JGB 2.308 JGB 2.308 JGB 2.308 JGB 2.308 WAG 10 PAI 4.42 MEZ B0.306 BUR 224 PHR 2.114 JES A121A CMA A5.136 MEZ 1.102 PAR 201 BEN 1.108 WAG 308 WAG 112 CBA 4.348 PAI 3.02 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A UTC 2.102A CPE 2.212 PAI 4.18 RLM 5.116 RLM 7.124 GSB 2.126 MEZ 1.306 RLM 5.118 RLM 7.104 RLM 7.116 WRW 113 WRW 113 NOA 1.102 ENS 116 CPE 2.220 ETC 5.132 RLM 5.114 SZB 104 CAL 221 ACE 3.336 MRH M3.113 MRH M3.113 MRH 4.126 MRH 4.126 MRH M3.114 MRH 2.610 MRH 2.610 SZB 546 GEA 105 BUR 216 RLM 8.322 UTC 2.112A ETC 2.108 PAI 4.08 RLM 5.104 WEL 1.308 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 CAL 100 PAR 201 NOA 1.124 SSW 1.214 SZB 104 BEN 1.108 WAG 101 WAG 101 WAG 101 GAR 0.120 GEA 211 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320

UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS WGS

303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 303 301

64805 65390 65395 65400 65405 65410 65415 65420 65425 65430 65435 65440 65445 65450 65455 65460 46890

CMA A2.320 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 BUR 136 BUR 136 BUR 136 BUR 224

Monday, December 12 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting TTh 2:00 - 3:30 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** ACC 380K 02845 UTC 3.102 ACF 129D 54165 RLM 5.122 AMS 356 30605 GSB 2.126 ANS 361 31470 CAL 22 ANT 348K 31060 SAC 5.172 ASE 372K 13735 ENS 115 ASE 384P 13830 RLM 6.112 ASE 396 13865 ETC 2.102 BIO 301L 47870 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47875 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47880 PAI 3.02 BIO 301L 47885 PAI 3.02 BIO 318M 48725 BUR 216 BIO 318M 48730 BUR 216 BIO 318M 48735 BUR 216 BIO 318M 48740 BUR 216 BIO 360K 49775 WEL 2.308 BIO 394M 50480 WEL 2.308 C E 311S 15670 ECJ 1.204 C E 311S 15675 ECJ 1.204 C E 341 15845 ECJ 5.410 C E 397 16185 ECJ 7.208 C L 315 33557 SAC 5.102 C S 315 52320 BEL 328 C S 315 52325 BEL 328 C S 315 52330 BEL 328 C S 315 52335 BEL 328 C S 315 52340 BEL 328 C S 315 52345 BEL 328 C S 429 52361 UTC 3.122 C S 429 52362 UTC 3.122 C S 429 52363 UTC 3.122 CH 301 50990 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 CH 390L 51990 WEL 3.422 CHE 348 15020 CPE 2.218 CHE 348 15025 CPE 2.218 CHE 348 15030 CPE 2.218 CHE 348 15035 CPE 2.218 CHE 357 15085 CPE 2.220 CHE 359 15090 CPE 2.216 CHE 384 15230 CPE 2.216 CHI 412K 31895 RLM 5.114 CMS 315M 06880 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.102A CMS 334K 06940 CAL 100 COM 316M 05355 FAC 21 COM 316M 05360 FAC 21 COM 316M 05365 FAC 21 COM 316M 05370 FAC 21 COM 316M 05375 FAC 21 COM 316M 05380 FAC 21 COM 316M 05385 FAC 21 COM 316M 05390 FAC 21 COM 316M 05395 FAC 21 E 316K 35118 SAC 5.102 E 336E 35235 CMA A3.112 E E 411 16495 CPE 2.214 E E 411 16500 CPE 2.214


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E E E E E E E E E E E E E M ECO ECO EDC EDP EDP FIN FIN GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GEO GOV GOV GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG GRG HDF HDF HEB HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS ISL J S KIN LAS LEB M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M E M E M E M E M E M E M E MAS MAS MES MIS MIS MKT MUS MUS MUS MUS NEU NSC

313 16550 316 16565 339 16750 351M 16835 380N 17085 382C 17124 384L 14215 339L 34180 354K 34205 365E 09175 312 10275 362 10280 390 03615 395 03690 401 27070 401 27075 401 27080 401 27085 401 27090 401 27095 401 27100 401 27105 401 27110 310L 38590 328L 38670 305 37240 305 37245 305 37250 305 37255 305 37260 305 37265 305 37270 305 37275 305 37280 312 37315 322 52870 345 52890 372 41291 306N 39102 315L 39170 356K 39475 364G 39527 365G 39547 310 41425 364 40019 395 11770 337M 40160 323H 03235 408C 54370 408C 54375 408C 54380 408C 54445 408C 54450 408C 54455 408C 54460 408C 54465 408C 54470 408M 54820 408M 54825 408M 54830 408S 54970 408S 54975 408S 54980 316L 55105 325K 55150 427K 55185 340L 55305 362K 55430 302 17825 302 17830 210 17905 210 17910 330 18160 381Q 18945 383Q 18985 350 36000 374 36025 325 41553 301 03947 373 04015 397 05160 329J 21905 347M 21980 380 22245 688A 22590 383D 55830 306K 47315

WRW 113 ETC 2.136 PAI 2.48 CPE 2.212 RLM 5.116 RLM 5.124 RLM 6.112 UTC 4.112 JGB 2.218 SZB 316 SZB 416 SZB 330 WAG 101 UTC 1.116 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 JGB 2.324 SAC 1.402 MEZ B0.306 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 GRG 312 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.102 PAR 203 GEA 105 BUR 106 GSB 2.126 PAR 203 GAR 1.126 GEA 105 PAR 203 BEL 962 MEZ B0.306 CBA 4.348 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 WEL 1.316 JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A MEZ 1.306 MEZ 1.306 MEZ 1.306 RLM 7.116 BUR 220 JGB 2.216 ECJ 1.202 RLM 7.104 CPE 2.210 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.210 CPE 2.206 ETC 2.108 ETC 5.132 RLM 5.118 BEN 1.102 WIN 1.134 PAR 203 UTC 4.104 UTC 1.130 CBA 7.204 MRH 4.170 MRH 2.634 MRH 2.610 MRH M3.114 PHR 2.114 RLM 7.114

NTR 107L 53265 NTR 107L 53275 P S 303 56060 P S 304 56150 PBH 354 50620 PHL 313 42350 PHL 313 42355 PHL 313 42360 PHR 343C 59095 PHR 163C 59345 PHR 383D 59720 PHR 395G 60755 PHY 317K 56900 PHY 321 57035 PHY 338K 57050 POR 327M 45837 PSY 418 43130 PSY 418 43135 PSY 333P 43160 R S 319 43605 RTF 314 08035 RTF 316M 08050 RTF 316M 08055 RTF 316M 08060 RTF 316M 08065 RTF 316M 08070 RTF 316M 08075 RTF 316M 08080 RTF 316M 08085 SAN 312K 32440 SOC 317L 45305 SPN 326K 46335 SPN 327G 46355 SPN 327G 46385 SPN 327W 46415 STA 309 04395 T D 356T 26560 T D 383P 26655 TXA 327 53735 TXA 164K 53800 TXA 164K 53805 TXA 264L 53810 UGS 302 63550 UGS 302 63765 URB 350 37640

GEA 114 GEA 114 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 RLM 7.112 BUR 130 BUR 108 BUR 108 BUR 108 ART 1.102 PHR 3.106 PHR 2.114 GSB 2.124 GAR 0.102 WEL 3.502 RLM 5.120 PAR 103 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 SEA 2.108 GEA 105 PHR 2.110 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 MEZ 1.212 BUR 136 MEZ 1.202 BEN 1.102 MEZ 1.118 BEN 1.104 CPE 2.208 WIN 1.134 WIN 1.134 GEA 100 GEA 403 GEA 403 GEA 241 MEZ 1.102 MRH M3.113 MEZ B0.306

Monday, December 12 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 12:00 - 1:00 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** ADV 344K 05640 UTC 2.102A ADV 344K 05645 UTC 2.102A ADV 344K 05650 UTC 2.102A ADV 344K 05655 UTC 2.102A ADV 344K 05660 UTC 2.102A ADV 344K 05665 UTC 2.102A ADV 345J 05685 CMA A2.320 ADV 345J 05690 CMA A2.320 ADV 345J 05695 CMA A2.320 ADV 345J 05700 CMA A2.320 ADV 370J 05750 UTC 1.118 AFR 317 30145 MRH 2.634 AHC 310 32765 WEL 2.304 ALD 321 08775 HMA ASE 311 13515 ETC 2.136 ASE 333T 13620 CPE 2.212 ASE 333T 13625 CPE 2.212 ASE 389P 13850 RLM 6.112 AST 301 47530 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48355 JGB 2.324 BIO 311C 48360 JGB 2.324 BIO 311C 48365 JGB 2.324 BIO 311C 48370 JGB 2.324 BIO 311C 48375 CAL 100 BIO 311C 48380 CAL 100 BIO 311C 48385 CAL 100 BIO 311C 48390 CAL 100 BIO 311C 48395 WEL 1.316 BIO 311C 48400 WEL 1.316 BIO 311C 48405 WEL 1.316

BIO 311C 48410 BIO 311C 48515 BIO 311C 48520 BIO 311C 48525 BIO 311D 48605 BIO 311D 48610 BIO 311D 48615 BIO 311D 48620 BIO 326M 49335 BIO 326M 49340 BIO 326M 49345 BIO 326M 49350 BIO 326R 49415 BIO 326R 49420 BIO 326R 49425 BIO 326R 49430 BIO 359K 49735 BIO 359K 49740 BIO 359K 49745 BIO 359K 49750 C C 301 32880 C E 321 15770 C E 397 16205 CH 310M 51440 CH 318M 51532 CH 456 51720 CH 456 51725 CH 456 51730 CH 456 51735 CH 456 51740 CH 456 51745 CH 456 51750 CHE 354 15070 CHE 354 15075 CSE 386C 65700 CTI 310 33819 CZ 506 44620 E E 155R 16848 ECO 304K 34025 ECO 321 34140 ECO 363C 34220 ECO 363C 34225 EDC 365D 09155 EUS 306 36259 FR 320E 36585 GRG 373F 37440 HDF 315L 52860 HIS 309K 39105 HIS 315L 39160 HIS 333M 39285 JPN 320L 32195 KOR 506 32285 LAT 507 33305 LAT 312K 33335 M 302 54230 M 305G 54250 M 305G 54255 M 305G 54260 M 408C 54400 M 408C 54405 M 408C 54410 M 408D 54520 M 408D 54525 M 408D 54530 M 408N 54865 M 408N 54870 M 408N 54875 M 316K 55080 M 316L 55100 M 427K 55170 M 333L 55260 M 361K 55385 M 362K 55420 M 378K 55535 M 383C 55560 M E 302 17815 M E 302 17820 M E 210 17895 M E 210 17900 MIS 301 03930 MUS 307 21520 MUS 221J 21825 MUS 379K 22220 NSC 306J 47305 NTR 315 53300

WEL 1.316 PAI 2.48 PAI 2.48 PAI 2.48 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 PAI 3.02 BUR 112 BUR 112 BUR 112 BUR 112 BUR 108 BUR 108 BUR 108 BUR 108 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.202 UTC 2.112A ECJ 1.204 ECJ 5.418 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 WEL 2.224 WEL 1.308 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.110 RLM 5.104 WEL 2.304 SZB 240 ENS 116 BUR 106 UTC 3.132 BRB 2.136 BRB 2.136 SZB 316 WEL 2.304 MEZ 1.120 GRG 312 NOA 1.124 WEL 2.304 SAC 1.402 WEL 2.312 PAR 105 PAR 203 WAG 10 WAG 308 GSB 2.124 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 FAC 21 FAC 21 FAC 21 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 JES A121A JES A121A JES A121A PAR 103 RLM 6.126 ART 1.102 RLM 7.104 RLM 6.104 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.216 RLM 5.104 RLM 7.116 WRW 113 RLM 7.116 WRW 113 UTC 1.146 MRH 2.634 MRH 4.116 MRH 2.610 RLM 7.114 GEA 105

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Longhorn Life | FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE NTR NTR NTR NTR P R P S P S PHY PHY POR POR PRS PSY PSY RUS SOC SOC SPN SSC SSC SSC SSC TXA TXA UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS UGS

326 326 326 326 367 303 304 301 309L 508 516 601C 304 341K 506 308 308 611D 306 339 339 378 126 355C 303 303 303 303 303 303

53335 53340 53345 53350 06165 56035 56135 56245 56830 45820 45835 41695 43060 43215 44785 45257 45266 46275 57515 57540 57545 57560 53720 53760 64495 64500 64505 64510 64515 64520

ETC 2.108 ETC 2.108 ETC 2.108 ETC 2.108 UTC 1.118 RLM 8.318 RLM 8.314 CPE 2.208 PAI 4.42 WEL 4.224 BEN 1.108 MEZ 1.102 MEZ 1.306 SEA 2.108 CBA 4.344 BUR 220 BUR 208 JES A203A UTC 3.110 BRB 2.136 BRB 2.136 CPE 2.216 GEA 114 GEA 100 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328

Monday, December 12 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting Monday evening *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** ASE 396 13895 WRW 113 E E 390V 17270 WRW 113 GK 390 33170 WAG 312 INF 322T 28425 FAC 21 LAW 379M 29405 WRW 113 M E 397 19120 WRW 113 MAN 385 04710 WRW 113 P S 303 56095 RLM 8.318 P S 303 56105 RLM 8.322 P S 304 56165 RLM 5.104 P S 304 56175 RLM 8.314 PHL 381 42600 WAG 312 S W 393R 62020 SSW 2.116 Tuesday, December 13 9:00 - 12:00 noon *************** Classes meeting MWF 11:00 - 12:30 PM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** ACC 386K 02970 UTC 1.118 ACF 329 54160 CPE 2.212 AMS 321 30580 SZB 286 ANS 361 31471 JES A203A ANS 372 31525 MEZ 1.102 ANT 324L 31000 SZB 286 ANT 324L 31010 MEZ 1.102 ARE 323K 15430 ECJ 5.410 ASE 370L 13730 WRW 102 ASE 372N 13740 ETC 2.102 ASE 380P 13795 CPE 2.210 BIO 318M 48685 CPE 2.208 BIO 318M 48690 CPE 2.208 BIO 318M 48695 CPE 2.208 BIO 318M 48700 CPE 2.208 BIO 320 48805 BUR 216 BIO 320 48810 BUR 216 BIO 320 48815 BUR 216 BIO 320 48820 BUR 216 BIO 325 49035 BUR 212 BIO 325 49040 BUR 212 BIO 325 49045 BUR 212

BIO 325 49050 BIO 344 49530 BIO 344 49535 BIO 344 49540 BIO 344 49545 BIO 361 49795 BIO 365R 49905 BIO 365R 49910 BIO 365R 49915 BIO 365R 49920 BIO 365T 50005 BIO 370 50125 BIO 370 50130 BIO 370 50135 BIO 370 50140 BIO 385K 50435 BIO 395G 50490 C E 393 16100 C L 323 33605 C S 301K 52185 C S 301K 52190 C S 336 52370 C S 371R 52495 CH 301 50975 CH 301H 51040 CH 431 51540 CH 431 51545 CH 431 51550 CH 431 51555 CH 431 51560 CH 431 51565 CH 431 51570 CH 339L 51605 CH 395G 52010 CHE 322 14940 CHE 322 14945 CHE 372 15120 CHE 372 15125 CHI 506 31860 CHI 506 31865 CHI 612 31890 CSD 358 06355 DEV 303M 65950 E 316K 34685 E 316K 34690 E 316K 34695 E 316K 34700 E 316K 34705 E 316K 34707 E 316K 34710 E 316K 34725 E 316K 34727 E 316K 34730 E 316K 34990 E 316K 34995 E 316K 34997 E 316K 34998 E 316K 35000 E 316K 35005 E 316K 35010 E 316K 35015 E 316K 35020 E 316K 35023 E E 302 16390 E E 302 16395 E E 302 16400 E E 411 16485 E E 411 16490 E E 313 16545 E E 325 16645 E E 360M 16885 E E 383L 17225 E M 386K 14220 ECO 304K 34020 ECO 385K 34280 EDC 365E 09170 EDP 371 10360 FIN 357 03415 GEO 327G 27510 GEO 386G 27795 GOV 360N 38780 GOV 365L 38790 GRG 301K 37215

Thursday, December 1, 2011 BUR 212 MEZ 1.306 MEZ 1.306 MEZ 1.306 MEZ 1.306 BUR 224 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 CMA A2.320 JGB 2.218 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 GAR 0.102 PAI 4.42 ECJ 5.416 MEZ 1.102 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.110 ECJ 1.202 JES A218A WEL 2.224 JES A121A PAI 2.48 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 1.308 WEL 2.312 WEL 2.308 PAI 4.42 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.214 CPE 2.218 CPE 2.218 RLM 7.124 RLM 7.124 RLM 6.112 WAG 101 RLM 7.112 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 BUR 106 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 SAC 1.402 ACA 1.104 ACA 1.104 ACA 1.104 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.206 CPE 2.204 CPE 2.206 ENS 115 JGB 2.216 ETC 2.136 ENS 109 CPE 2.210 HMA BRB 1.118 SZB 316 UTC 4.124 UTC 3.122 JGB 2.312 JGB 2.312 CAL 100 JES A203A FAC 21

GRG 339 37350 J 366E 07625 JPN 412L 32180 KIN 316 11220 KIN 346 11535 LAS 370S 40230 LAS 370S 40255 LAS 370S 40260 LAS 370S 40270 LAS 370S 40275 LEB 320F 03185 M 408C 54385 M 408C 54390 M 408C 54395 M 408N 54850 M 408N 54855 M 408N 54860 M 408N 54910 M 408N 54915 M 408N 54920 M 325K 55135 M 427K 55165 M 427L 55195 M 328K 55225 M 341 55330 M 349P 55350 M 361 55375 M 362K 55415 M 365C 55450 M 389F 55590 M 389P 55595 M E 337C 18400 M E 339 18410 M E 364L 18720 MIS 301 03940 MIS 302F 03955 MKT 320F 04950 MOL 395G 50755 MUS 210J 21615 MUS 311J 21665 MUS 228K 21875 MUS 155C 21990 N S 603A 44365 NEU 385L 55850 NTR 107L 53255 NTR 107L 53260 NTR 342 53435 ORI 391Q 19310 P S 303 56030 PBH 334 50615 PGE 424 19470 PGE 379 19665 PGE 379 19675 PGE 383 19730 PHL 303M 42060 PHL 303M 42065 PHL 303M 42070 PHL 303M 42075 PHL 303M 42080 PHR 252C 59130 PHR 266P 59385 PHR 266P 59390 PHR 266P 59395 PHR 266P 59400 PHR 266P 59405 PHR 292G 60230 PHY 303L 56525 PHY 303L 56530 PHY 303L 56535 PHY 303L 56540 PHY 317K 56895 PHY 355 57100 PHY 387K 57185 PSY 418 43110 PSY 418 43115 PSY 341K 43200 PSY 352 43235 PSY 353K 43240 R M 357E 04285 RTF 314 08025 SOC 317L 45300 SOC 317M 45315 SPN 322K 46280

GRG 316 CMA A3.112 RLM 6.118 BEL 602A GAR 3.116 PAR 208 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 GSB 2.124 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 RLM 4.102 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 2.246 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 WEL 3.502 NOA 1.102 JGB 2.324 RLM 6.104 RLM 6.126 RLM 5.122 ENS 145 RLM 5.120 ECJ 1.204 RLM 5.116 CPE 2.212 ENS 145 CPE 2.216 ETC 2.108 ETC 2.132 UTC 3.134 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.102A PAI 4.42 MRH 4.194 MRH 2.614 MRH 4.184 MRH 6.222 SZB 546 JGB 2.218 GEA 114 GEA 114 PHR 2.108 ETC 5.132 RLM 8.322 BUR 130 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.304 CPE 2.220 WEL 2.304 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 SZB 104 WCH 1.120 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 BEL 328 PHR 3.106 BUR 112 BUR 116 BUR 112 BUR 116 BUR 112 BUR 116 BUR 112 BUR 116 PAI 3.02 GSB 2.126 RLM 7.104 NOA 1.116 NOA 1.116 SEA 2.108 NOA 1.124 NOA 1.126 UTC 4.122 UTC 3.132 RLM 5.104 BUR 214 MEZ B0.306


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Thursday, December 1, 2011 46285 46290 46295 46300 46305 46475 46505 57582 04450 53715 63780 63885 64255 64260 64265 64270 64275 64280 64285 64290 64295 64300 64305 64310 37660

MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 MEZ B0.306 BEN 1.126 PAR 208 CBA 4.348 CBA 4.348 GEA 105 MAI 220F GAR 0.128 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 ART 1.102 UTC 4.122

Tuesday, December 13 2:00 - 5:00 PM *************** Classes meeting MWF 8:00 - 9:00 AM *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** ACC 380K 02805 GSB 2.126 ACC 380K 02855 UTC 3.122 BIO 311C 48195 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48200 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48205 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48210 WEL 3.502 BIO 311C 48215 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48220 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48225 PAI 3.02 BIO 311C 48230 PAI 3.02 CH 310M 51430 WEL 1.308 CH 318M 51522 WEL 1.308 CH 339K 51580 WEL 2.224 CHE 317 14920 CPE 2.216 CHE 317 14925 CPE 2.216 CHE 342 15015 CPE 2.220 CHE 360 15095 CPE 2.218 CHE 395G 15295 CPE 2.220 E M 319 14145 CPE 2.214 E M 319 14150 CPE 2.214 E M 319 14155 CPE 2.214 ECO 304L 34050 JES A121A ECO 420K 34055 UTC 3.124 ECO 420K 34060 UTC 3.124 FIN 357 03390 GSB 2.124 FIN 376 03545 WEL 2.246 FR 612 36515 JES A217A IB 320F 04860 UTC 2.112A J 360 07615 WCH 1.120 KIN 312 11095 BEL 404A KIN 127L 11444 AHG 102 LEB 323 03200 CBA 4.348 M 302 54220 FAC 21 M 408C 54280 BEL 328 M 408C 54285 BEL 328 M 408C 54290 BEL 328 M 408D 54475 RLM 4.102 M 408D 54480 RLM 4.102 M 408D 54485 RLM 4.102 M 408D 54490 JGB 2.216 M 408D 54495 JGB 2.216 M 408D 54500 JGB 2.216 M 408S 54940 JGB 2.324 M 408S 54945 JGB 2.324 M 408S 54950 JGB 2.324 M E 311 17930 RLM 5.114 M E 336 18295 ETC 2.136 M E 344 18590 WEL 1.316 MUS 210J 21600 MRH 4.194 NSC 306J 47290 RLM 7.114 NTR 371 53475 MEZ 1.306

PS PS PHY SPN

303 304 302K 327G

55995 56115 56290 46360

RLM RLM BUR UTC

8.318 8.314 106 1.130

Tuesday, December 13 7:00 - 10:00 PM *************** Classes meeting Tuesday evening *************** Grades for these classes must be reported by 10:00 AM, Friday, December 16. *************** CE 396L 16150 ECJ 7.208 EE 382M 17155 WRW 113 INF 382E 28485 UTA 1.502 PR 352 06145 NOA 1.124 PS 303 56100 RLM 8.318 PS 303 56110 RLM 8.322 PS 304 56170 RLM 8.314 TXA 394 53835 GEA 100

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Page 30 UNIFORM AND MAKEUP EXAMINATIONS Following is a list of uniform examinations and their correspondent makeup exams. The uniform exam is designated by UNI and the makeup is designated by MU.

ACC 310F 02555 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 310F 02560 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 310F 02565 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 311 02570 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02572 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02575 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02580 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02585 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02590 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02595 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02600 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02605 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02610 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311 02615 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 311H 02620 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 311H 02625 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 311H 02630 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 312 02635 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 312 02640 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 312 02643 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 312 02645 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 326 02650 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P

UTC 2.112A UTC 2.102A CMA A2.320 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.102A CMA A2.320 UTC 2.112A UTC 2.102A CMA A2.320 UTC 3.132 UTC 3.134 WEL 2.246 UTC 3.132 UTC 3.134 WEL 2.246 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 WEL 2.246 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.246 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 WEL 2.246 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.246 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.124 WEL 2.246 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.124 WEL 2.246 WEL 1.316 WEL 2.308 WEL 2.246 UTC 4.132 UTC 4.134 WEL 2.246 UTC 4.132 UTC 4.134 WEL 2.246 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 GSB 2.122 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 GSB 2.122 UTC 4.122 UTC 4.124 GSB 2.122 WEL 1.316 GSB 2.122 WEL 1.316 GSB 2.122 GSB 2.126 GSB 2.122 PHR 2.110 GSB 2.122 UTC 2.102A CPE 2.210

ACC 326 02655 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 326 02660 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 326 02665 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 326 02670 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 329 02685 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 329 02690 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 355 02725 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 355 02730 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 355 02735 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 356 02740 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P ACC 356 02745 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P ACC 356 02750 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 356 02755 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 356 02760 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 359 02765 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 359 02770 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 359 02775 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 380K 02810 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 380K 02820 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 380K 02825 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ACC 380K 02880 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 380K 02885 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 380K 02890 UNI M DEC 12 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P ACC 380K 02895 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P ACC 384 02935 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P

UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 WEL 3.502 UTC 2.102A CPE 2.210 UTC 4.102 UTC 4.104 WEL 3.502 UTC 2.102A CPE 2.210 UTC 3.102 UTC 3.104 GSB 2.122 UTC 3.102 UTC 3.104 GSB 2.122 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.124 UTC 1.118 UTC 3.122 UTC 3.124 UTC 1.118 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.204 UTC 1.118 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.204 UTC 1.118 ECJ 1.202 ECJ 1.204 UTC 1.118 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.108 UTC 1.116 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.108 UTC 1.116 PHR 2.110 PHR 2.108 UTC 1.116 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 WEL 3.502 WEL 2.246 UTC 1.116 MEZ 1.210 MEZ 1.210 UTC 3.102 UTC 3.104 UTC 1.104

ACC 384 02940 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 384 02945 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 387 02980 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 387 02985 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ACC 387 02990 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ARA 601C 41050 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 601C 41055 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 601C 41060 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 601C 41065 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 601C 41070 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 601C 41075 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 621K 41085 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 621K 41088 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ARA 621K 41090 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52307 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52308 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52309 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52311 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52312 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52313 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52314 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P C S 314 52316 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P CHI 507 31880 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P CHI 507 31885 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P EDP 310 10225 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10230 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10235 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10240 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10245 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P

UTC 3.102 UTC 3.104 UTC 1.104 UTC 3.102 UTC 3.104 UTC 1.104 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 UTC 2.102A UTC 3.122 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 BUR 108 BUR 112 MEZ 1.208 JGB 2.218 MEZ 1.212 JGB 2.218 MEZ 1.212 JGB 2.218 MEZ 1.212 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 JGB 2.216 RLM 5.120 BUR 220 MEZ 1.216 BUR 220 MEZ 1.216 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330

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EDP 310 10250 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10255 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10260 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 310 10265 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P EDP 371 10365 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P EDP 371 10370 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P FIN 320F 03350 UNI T DEC 13 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P FIN 320F 03355 UNI T DEC 13 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P FIN 320F 03360 UNI T DEC 13 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P FIN 357 03395 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 357 03405 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 357 03425 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 357 03430 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P FIN 357 03435 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P FIN 367 03470 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 367 03480 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 367 03490 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 371M 03515 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 371M 03517 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 286 03580 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 286 03585 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 286 03590 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FIN 286 03595 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36440 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36445 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36446 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36449 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36450 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36455 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36460 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36461 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36462 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P

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SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 SAC 1.402 SZB 330 CPE 2.208 SZB 330 CPE 2.208 SZB 330 UTC 2.102A UTC 1.102 UTC 2.102A UTC 1.102 UTC 2.102A UTC 1.102 UTC 2.112A CBA 4.332 UTC 2.112A CBA 4.332 UTC 2.112A CBA 4.332 CPE 2.214 CBA 4.328 CPE 2.214 CBA 4.328 PAI 2.48 CBA 4.324 PAI 2.48 CBA 4.324 PAI 2.48 CBA 4.324 ETC 2.108 CBA 4.326 ETC 2.108 CBA 4.326 GEA 105 CBA 4.330 GEA 105 CBA 4.330 GEA 105 CBA 4.330 GEA 105 CBA 4.330 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120

FR 601C 36463 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 601C 36464 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36470 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36485 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36490 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36495 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36500 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P FR 507 36510 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27175 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27180 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27185 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27190 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27195 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27200 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27205 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27210 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27215 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27220 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27225 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27230 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27235 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27240 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27245 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27250 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27255 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27260 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27265 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27270 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27275 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27280 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P GEO 303 27285 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P HEB 601C 41270 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P

UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 UTC 2.112A MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 BEL 328 MEZ 1.120 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 HMA MEZ B0.306 PAR 203 PAR 103


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HEB 601C 41275 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P ITL 601C 36885 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 601C 36887 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 601C 36888 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 601C 36890 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 601C 36892 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 601C 36895 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 507 36900 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 507 36905 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 507 36910 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 612 36930 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 612 36935 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 612 36940 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P ITL 612 36945 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 506 32110 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 506 32135 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 506 32140 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 412K 32160 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 412K 32165 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 412K 32170 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 412K 32175 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P JPN 320K 32185 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P JPN 320K 32190 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P JPN 325K 32200 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P JPN 325K 32205 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU S DEC 10 2-5 P M 408K 54595 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54600 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54605 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54610 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54615 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54620 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54625 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P

PAR 203 PAR 103 FAC 21 PAR 304 FAC 21 PAR 304 FAC 21 PAR 304 FAC 21 PAR 304 FAC 21 PAR 304 FAC 21 PAR 304 CAL 100 PAR 304 CAL 100 PAR 304 CAL 100 PAR 304 GSB 2.124 JES A207A GSB 2.124 JES A207A GSB 2.124 JES A207A GSB 2.124 JES A207A WAG 101 MEZ 1.122 WAG 101 MEZ 1.122 WAG 101 MEZ 1.122 GAR 0.102 MEZ 2.122 GAR 0.102 MEZ 2.122 GAR 0.102 MEZ 2.122 GAR 0.102 MEZ 2.122 RLM 6.104 WAG 214 RLM 6.104 WAG 214 BUR 216 RLM 6.112 BUR 216 RLM 6.112 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120

M 408K 54630 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54635 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54640 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54645 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54650 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54655 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54660 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54665 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54666 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54667 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54668 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54670 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54675 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54680 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54685 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54690 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54695 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54700 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54705 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408K 54710 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54715 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54720 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54722 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54725 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54730 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54735 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54740 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54745 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54750 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54755 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P

WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 BUR 212 BUR 216 WCH 1.120 BUR 212 BUR 216 WCH 1.120 BUR 212 BUR 216 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.112 WCH 1.120 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.112 WCH 1.120 UTC 3.110 UTC 3.112 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 JGB 2.324 WCH 1.120 JGB 2.324 WCH 1.120 JGB 2.324 WCH 1.120 CMA A2.320 WCH 1.120 CMA A2.320 WCH 1.120 CMA A2.320 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 BUR 106 WCH 1.120 WEL 1.308 WCH 1.120 WEL 1.308 WCH 1.120 WEL 1.308 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 WEL 2.224 WCH 1.120 JES A121A WCH 1.120

M 408L 54760 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54765 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54770 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54775 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M 408L 54780 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P M E 340 18490 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P M E 340 18495 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P MAN 320F 04515 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P MAN 320F 04520 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU TH DEC 08 7-10 P O M 335 04160 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P O M 335 04165 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P PGE 323K 19455 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P PGE 323K 19460 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P PGE 326 19545 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P PGE 326 19550 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P PGE 430 19555 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P PGE 430 19560 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P R E 358 03825 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P R E 358 03830 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SAN 330 32448 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P SAN 330 32449 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SAN 384S 32463 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P SAN 384S 32464 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45970 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45975 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45980 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45985 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45990 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 45995 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46000 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46005 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46010 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P

JES A121A WCH 1.120 JES A121A WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WCH 1.120 WEL 1.308 ETC 2.132 WEL 1.308 ETC 2.132 UTC 2.102A CBA 4.328 UTC 2.102A CBA 4.328 GSB 2.126 CBA 4.348 GSB 2.126 CBA 4.348 WCH 1.120 CPE 2.204 WCH 1.120 CPE 2.204 WEL 1.316 CPE 2.210 WEL 1.316 CPE 2.210 WEL 3.502 CPE 2.204 WEL 3.502 CPE 2.204 PAI 4.42 CBA 4.344 PAI 4.42 CBA 4.344 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 MEZ 1.104 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102 SAC 1.402 GAR 0.102

SPN 601D 46015 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46020 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46025 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46030 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46035 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46040 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46045 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46050 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46055 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46060 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46065 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46070 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46075 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46080 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46085 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46090 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 601D 46095 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU M DEC 12 7-10 P SPN 610D 46100 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46105 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46110 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46115 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46120 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46125 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46130 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46135 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46140 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46150 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46155 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46160 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46165 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46170 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46175 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P

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JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 JES A121A GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 ART 1.102 GAR 0.102 BEL 328 UTC 3.132 BEL 328 UTC 3.132 BEL 328 UTC 3.132 BEL 328 UTC 3.132 BEL 328 UTC 3.132 FAC 21 UTC 3.132 FAC 21 UTC 3.132 FAC 21 UTC 3.132 FAC 21 UTC 3.132 FAC 21 UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132

SPN 610D 46180 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46185 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 610D 46195 UNI F DEC 09 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P SPN 611D 46200 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46205 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46210 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46215 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46220 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46225 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46230 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46235 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46240 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46245 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46250 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46255 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46260 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P SPN 611D 46265 UNI S DEC 10 2-5 P MU T DEC 13 7-10 P STA 371G 04435 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P STA 371G 04440 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU F DEC 09 7-10 P URB 351 37650 UNI TH DEC 08 7-10 P MU T DEC 13 2-5 P

UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 UTC 2.112A UTC 3.132 FAC 21 PAR 301 FAC 21 PAR 301 FAC 21 PAR 301 FAC 21 PAR 301 FAC 21 PAR 301 CPE 2.214 PAR 301 CPE 2.214 PAR 301 CPE 2.214 PAR 301 RLM 4.102 PAR 301 RLM 4.102 PAR 301 RLM 4.102 PAR 301 PAI 4.42 PAR 301 PAI 4.42 PAR 301 PAI 4.42 PAR 301 CBA CBA GSB CBA CBA

5.304 5.325 5.142A 5.304 5.325

CBA CBA GSB CBA CBA

5.304 5.325 5.142A 5.304 5.325

PAI 4.42 CBA 4.344

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