The idea of advising OH is to give you a place to seek advice for things ranging from success in 61A to involvement in various activities at UC Berkeley and beyond. Some examples of questions you're welcome to discuss include: how to do well in 61A, in CS, at UC Berkeley, in life; how to get involved in teaching, research, clubs, side projects; how to maximize your college experience; etc.
These appointments are for advising questions only. If you book an appointment for a content-related question (questions about particular assignments, conceptual questions, or help debugging, for example), your appointment is likely to be dropped.
You can book an appointment with any of the following TAs, based on availability and what you'd like to discuss (click on the "book appointment" link to visit each TA's appointment page).
In your appointment, please specify what you would like to discuss, so that we can be prepared to help you in the best way possible :)
Cooper (Linguistics, CS)
I would absolutely LOVE to talk with you about anything, but some things I can especially say a lot about are: classes (especially math/theory/machine learning), doubling CS with a non-STEM major, equity and access in the CS department, navigating the CS department as a queer/gender non-conforming person, getting involved with teaching (especially through CSM), and applying to grad/PhD programs.
- EE/CS Lower Division: CS 61A (Garcia), CS 61B (Hilfinger), CS 61C (Garcia/Nikolic), EECS 16A (Stojanovic/Liu), EECS 16B (Arcak/Sanders), CS 70 (Sinclair/Song)
- EE/CS Upper Div: EECS 127 (Anantharam), CS 170 (Chiesa/Nelson), CS 189 (Shewchuk), CS 194-100 (Canny),
- EE/CS Grad/Pedagogy: CS 288 (Klein), CS 302 (Fox/Ball), CS 370 (Hunn)
- Other Relevant Classes: LING 100 (Johnson)
Jordan (CS, CogSci)
I'd be happy to chat about anything! Including (but not limited to): studying for 61a, scheduling and organizing your schedule, cog sci, education and CalTeach, AWE & womxn in stem, and restaurants (and cooking) in Berkeley! :))
- EE/CS Lower Division: CS 10 (Student Instructors/Garcia), CS 24 (Ranade), CS 61A (DeNero/Farid), CS 61B (Hug), CS 61C (Weaver), EECS 16A (Ranade), EECS 16B (Ranade/Stojanovic), CS 70 (Rao/Ayazifar)
- EE/CS Grad/Pedagogy: CS 375 (Huang)
- Data Science: DATA 8 (Wagner/Adhikari), DATA 100 (Hug/Yan)
- Other Relevant Classes: COGSCI 1 (Isaac), EDSTEM 82 (Warburton), LING 100 (Johnson)
feel free to ask me anything at all, including all things 61a, choosing classes, studying methods, research, recruiting and internships, tech clubs on campus, womxn in STEM, teaching, general life advice and more!
- EE/CS Lower Division: CS 61A (DeNero), CS 61B (Hilfinger), CS 61C (Garcia/Nikolic), EECS 16A (Ranade/Boser), EECS 16B (Arcak/Sanders), CS 70 (Liu/Sarwari/Ghafari)
- EE/CS Upper Div: CS 161 (Popa/Weaver), CS 162 (Kubiatowicz/Joseph), CS 170 (Vazirani/Tal), CS 184 (Ng/Kanazawa), CS W186 (Cheung/Jain), CS 188 (Dragan/Abbeel), CS 195 (Hug/Ball)
- EE/CS Grad/Pedagogy: CS 288 (Klein), CS 294-164 (Ng), CS 375 (Fox)
- Data Science: DATA 100 (Gonzalez/Bray)