Timetable for: 2003/09/01 to 2003/10/19
Name:GREGORY PALMER SMITHFaculty/Location:STSY
Semester and Year:Fall 2003School:25
Program and Semester:RTVT 3Date of Printing:Sun Aug 24 2003 16:45:39
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No Standard Timetable for time period: 2003/10/20 to 2003/10/26

Timetable for: 2003/10/27 to 2003/12/14
Name:GREGORY PALMER SMITHFaculty/Location:STSY
Semester and Year:Fall 2003School:25
Program and Semester:RTVT 3Date of Printing:Sun Aug 24 2003 16:45:39
 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
 8:00  
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RTV347TA
KEYBAKHI BOB
S2047
 
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 8:55  
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RTV347TA
KEYBAKHI BOB
S2047
 
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 9:50 PSY560YA
P. Savage
T4046
 
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RTV347TA
KEYBAKHI BOB
S2047
 
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10:45 PSY560YA
P. Savage
T4046
 
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PSY560YA
P. Savage
T4046
 
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RTV300TC
B. Richardson
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B. Richardson
S1201
 
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A. Hall
S1044
RTV300TC
B. Richardson
S1201
RTV118TA
P. Houston
S2035
 
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14:25 SCA363TA
A. Hall
S1044
 
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RTV118TA
P. Houston
S2035
 
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A. Hall
S1044
 
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RTV118TA
P. Houston
S2035
 
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A. Hall
S1044
RTV500TC
EVANS COLIN
S1054
 
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NAT302YB
S. Winstanley
ONLINE
17:10 SCA363TA
A. Hall
S1044
RTV500TC
EVANS COLIN
S1054
 
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NAT302YB
S. Winstanley
ONLINE
18:05  
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NAT302YB
S. Winstanley
ONLINE
22 HOURS per week


Collins, David R. Charles Lindbergh, hero Pilot Champaign, Ill.: Garrard Pub. Co., (c) 1978 Dalgliesh, Alice. Ride the wind New York: Scribner (c) 1956 Demarest, Chris L. Lindbergh New York: Crown (c) 1993 Foster, John T. The flight of the lone eagle; Charles Lindbergh flies nonstop from New York to Paris New York: Watts (c) 1974 Giblin, James. Charles A Lindbergh: A Human Hero New York: Clarion Books (c) 1997 This book took a look through the camera eye at Charles Lindbergh the way the world must have at the time. With the invention of television and radio being in most living rooms of the developed nations, Lindbergh was one of the first to become "Larger than life" as seen on screen. His re-action to the fame is well articulated. Grierson, John and Lindbergh, Anne M. I Remember Lindbergh New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (c) 1977 Co written by Lindbergh's wife, this was an excellent resource into his personal life. Lindbergh, who was unually a man of solitude, lost all privacy after his swift rise to fame. Grierson spoke well into his depression and social anxiety. Kennedy, Ludovic and Henry Coverly. The Airman and the carpenter: The Lindbergh case and the framing of Richard Hauptman London: Collins, 1985 This book takes you through "The Trial of the Century" as well as the darkest period of lindbergh's life. It discusses the massive media coverage, comperable to that of the O.J. Simpson trial and the witch hunt like conviction of Richard Bruno Hauptman. Lindbergh, Charles A. The Spirit of St. Louis New York: Scribner (c) 1953 Mosley, Leonard. Lindbergh: A biography Garden City, N.Y.: Double Day, 1976 Neely, William. Pilots: The Romance of the air New York: Simon & Schuster, (c) 1991 This book does a good job of dipicting Lindbergh before his rise to fame. After dropping out of University for engineering, he aspired to be a barnstormer. It tells of the youthfull, more out on a limb Lindbergh during his days in the army, air mail service, and stunt flying. Newton, James D. Uncommon friends: life with Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Alexis Carrel & Charles Lindbergh San Diego: Harcourt Bruce Jovanovich, 1989 Along with the other great industrial innovators of the day, this book tells of Lindbergh's contribution to flight and mechanics. With his insight he helped planes fly longer, faster, higher, and smoother, as well as helping begin the space program. Ross, Walter S. The last hero: Charles A Lindbergh New York: Harper & Row (c) 1968 Scott, A. Berg. Lindbergh New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (c) 1998 This Pulitzer Prize winner is probably the most thourough document on the life of Lindbergh. Scott, who was the first and only author who was given access to the massive lindbergh archives, covers his entire life from his family's roots through his quick rise to fame, past his problems in politics, to his contributions to the environment. Taylor, Richard. The first solo transatlantic flight: The Story of Charles Lindbergh and his plane New York: F. Watts, (c) 1995 The main reason of Lindbergh and his plane's success was his high skill, knowledge, and general prowess in engineering. This book speaks a lot of his great contributions to Modern airlines as well as the space program. 1