In the Fall semester 2018, I have a sabbatical semester. This means that I do not teach courses or engage in teaching administration. I will continue to work in student advising and research.
The purpose of the sabbatical is for me to write grant applications to I can help fund our research group, and to travel to see collaborators to enhance our scientific work.
How you can get to talk to me
I will hold office hours as usual (see: Sebastian Springer's contact details and office hours). For the office hours, you need no appointments, just show up.
Occasionally, I will need to move my office hours. If that is the case, you will find a note on my door.
How you can get help without seeing me
Here is an FAQ list with some direct links.
|For this question or request:||See here:||and further information:|
|I would like advising on grad school or internship applications.||Life Sciences Careers||Having read this, come to my office hours.|
|I would like you to write a letter of recommendation.||Letters of reference from Prof. Springer||Please follow the instructions on that webpage.|
|Which courses should I pick?|
First years: talk to second years in your same major.
Everyone: talk to Doris Mosbach, the Undergraduate Studies Coordinator; she knows best.
Foundation Year students: talk to the Foundation Year advisors, I cannot advise well on the Foundation Year.
|Other questions related to course choices and study options||Student Advising – Questions and answers||That page only tells you who to talk to; there is no point listing the answers since they are liable to change.|