Review Comment

[URBS V3992x-93y] The Built Environment

February 19, 2013

Smiley, David
[URBS V3992x-93y] The Built Environment

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Professor Smiley is my thesis advisor as an urban studies major. Although I had not taken any courses with him prior to our thesis seminar/meetings, he has proven his insight and thoughtfulness.

Several times a week, Smiley sends me a personal email with ideas/articles that relate to my thesis topic, and I am not alone in this He cares deeply about each of his students' work and feels invested in our projects.

The Built Environment is the ideal thesis course for urban studies majors. Linn's sociology section is too heavily weighted in interviews/social research. Smiley makes the thesis experience comfortable and enlightening.

Workload:

Occasional reading. Class does not meet every week. Word-count deadlines for thesis leading up to April 17 due date.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment James Connolly 2012 Spring W / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment David Smiley 2011 Spring W / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment David Smiley 2010 Spring W / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment Rohit Aggarwala 2009 Spring W / 6:10- 8:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment David Smiley 2006 Spring M / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment David Smiley 2004 Spring W / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1
URSB / URBS URSB URBS V3993: The Built Environment Ann Buttenwieser 2003 Spring M / 4:10- 6:00 PM 1