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MSC is here for you!
Short link to the MSC page: msc.ref2.net

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Want to give us FeedBack? What works? What doesn't? Have a concern?

  • We very much appreciate any feedback you may have, so we can be more supportive and helpful in these weird times! To do that, you can:
    1. talk to any of the tutors in the Zoom meeting
    2. email Henrique (hcz5) or Cissy (yh383) or Dick (ref2)
    3. use this anonymous form: https://forms.gle/jAchmvfzrhEHB1Lp8
  • If you'd like to keep updated on changes to the MSC hours during Spring 2021, enter your preferred email here: https://cornell.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9N7OYSjJceA5bVz
  • If you have any concerns, especially on circumstances that may prevent you from getting the help you need, please make sure to email Henrique (hcz5) or Cissy (yh383) or Dick (ref2) about it (else, it'll be harder for us to get back to you and figure something out!)

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[ MSC Stories ] Overview

In short, I'm collecting stories about the MSC including its transition to a virtual presence in response to COVID-19. For the moment, the push is for video clips, but written text is also welcome. Further Details
 

Bulletin Board:

Semester End: The MSC will be open its regular hours through the end of study period, Monday, 17 May.

ALSO Friday, May 14th is the last day for students to drop a class. Auditing? The minimum requirement for an audit is regular class attendance. If there is no record of attendance/participation the Grad School will accept an e-mail from an instructor to drop the student from the class roster, which would result in a W. The audit grade can also be left blank and default to NGR No Grade Reported on their transcript.

The time was Fri, 14 May 2021 23:04:29 GMT (=Ithaca Time+4hrs) when you last loaded/refreshed this page in your browser.
MSC Scheduled hours

Favorite Mathematicians

Contribute to our list of Favorite Mathematicians! Famous or obscure, some are largely unknown because they were women, engineers, surveyors or some combination of less recognized groups. Check out the list. You can add to the list if you have a Cornell login. In most cases, the name in the list corresponds to the primary Wikipedia page for that person so you can readily learn more. We draw from this list to name Breakout Rooms in the MSC Zoom Meeting.

 
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