Here is how to contact the teaching team. Information on this page is subject to change and will be updated as necessary.
|Instructor Name||Role||Preferred Method of Contact|
|Dr. Jon Duke||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ed|
|Tia Pope||Instructoremail@example.com||Ed, Slack|
|Ellie Shivers||Head TAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ed, Slack|
|Ronnie Jones||TAemail@example.com||Ed, Slack|
|Mike Romano||TAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ed, Slack|
|Ross Raiff||TAemail@example.com||Ed, Slack|
|Raj Vansia||TAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ed, Slack|
|Tamer Badawy||TAemail@example.com||Ed, Slack|
|Jaewoo Park||TAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ed, Slack|
|Eric Pan||TAemail@example.com||Ed, Slack|
Ed Discussion is our online forum. To join the forum, visit its signup page. It is important that you use Ed Discussion, rather than email, for ALL class-related communications. We can miss email messages, but we are committed to checking messages on Ed and making sure that your questions are answered in a timely fashion.
We do our best to respond to Ed messages daily, or at most every couple of days (depending on volume and other factors). If you don’t get an answer to a post within 48 hours, feel free to post a follow up, but please avoid doing so a few hours after posting (i.e., we do our best to be responsive on Ed, but the forum is not a 24/7 hotline :-). Please also avoid reposting the same message twice to get more attention; You should add a follow up to your existing post instead.
Reaching out to us via Slack is the next best thing to reaching us via Ed. If you don’t get an answer to a Ed post within 48 hours, feel free to hit us up in a Slack DM, but please avoid doing so a few hours after posting on Ed (i.e., we do our best to be responsive on Ed)