For the time being, all advising is being conducted via email or over the phone by appointment. For general inquiries, please contact the Head Advisor at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. For more specific contact information, see the chart below.
Each math major should speak to an advisor in the math department at least once each semester, during the process of registering for the following semester.
For information on advisors, email email@example.com.
|For information about ...||Contact|
Math Major/Minor Planning
Non-Honors Math Courses
Honors Calculus Courses
Placement, Basic Skills, Precalculus
Honors Track of the Math Major
Upper-Level Honors Courses
High School Applicants
|Financial Mathematics||Ana Mastrogiovanni||
|Biomathematics||Planning: Head advisor
Policy: See web link
|Education BA/MA||Keith Weberfirstname.lastname@example.org
More information (GSE site)
In light of current university operating status, the math advising office will not have access to voicemail. You may email the appropriate advisor with your questions. Please consult the chart above to determine which advisor you need to contact.
You can also arrange to speak to the Head/Assistant Advisors Prof. Sergel and Prof. Lieberman <email@example.com> or the Placement / Basic Skills / Precalculus Advisor Prof. Hirsch <firstname.lastname@example.org> by phone. To do this, send your phone number and availability by email. You will receive a call within 3 business days via a private line. (Note: It may show up on your phone as private caller, blocked number, or unknown number.)
Head Advisor: Dr. Emily Sergel
& Assistant Advisor: Dr. Melissa Lieberman
Office: Hill Center 308
The head advisor may be consulted on all questions relating to
- Calculus courses
- Upper Level courses
- The Mathematics major or minor
- General planning
Basic skills and Pre-calculus advising: Placement
Dr. Lewis Hirsch
Office: LSH-B Room 102 A (Livingston)
All course-related questions (including requirements) should be addressed to the Head Advisor. Policy questions are addressed on the Biomath website, which includes
- A comprehensive FAQ addressing most questions which arise
- Important information about the courses, regularly updated
- Further contact information