HOWARD UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE OF DENTISTRY    2010 – 2011       CLASS     SCHEDULES       DENTAL   DENTAL HYGIENE
TABLE OF CONTENTSAdministrators .............................................................................................
2011 Spring DH4 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule .....................................................................352011 ...
HOWARD UNIVERSITY               College of Dentistry                 Administrators            Leo E. Rouse, DDS, FACD    ...
FOREWORDThis booklet contains the schedules of all courses taught to the predoctoral dental and dentalhygiene students in ...
The Executive Committee of the College of Dentistry will review and make recommendationsconcerning the academic performanc...
Abbreviations used in the booklet are as follows:HUCD                        College of DentistryHUCM                     ...
ETHICS AND PROCEDURES FOR EXAMINATIONS                                             in the                                C...
5.   If the form of cheating is not copying from another individual, but involves the use of     notes, papers, books, or ...
TO: FACULTY AND    STUDENTS  PLEASE DO NOTMAKE ARRANGEMENTSTO TRAVEL BEFORE THE LAST DAY OF EACH SEMESTER!!!    THANK YOU ...
Fall Semester, 2010                      11
2010 -2011                                 ACADEMIC CALENDARJuly 1, 2010, Thursday               First deferred payment du...
October 21, Thursday                           Deadline for 25% refund of tuition /fees (Last day for refunds)October 21, ...
FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                                           ...
2010 FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASS FALL SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE                                        August 23 – D...
SECOND YEAR DENTAL (D2) CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                            08/23-12/17/10...
THIRD YEAR DENTAL (D3) CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                                           ...
FOURTH YEAR DENTAL (D4) CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                                          ...
(DH3) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                                             ...
(DH4) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSFall Semester, 2010                                                                             ...
2010 FALL SEMESTER INTRASESSIONAL                                                  AND                                   M...
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.           D4:    Advanced Topics in Endodontics         LH2    (Smith)                           DH4:   D...
Tuesday, October 26th9:00 - 10:00 a.m.         DH3:   2nd Intrasessional Dental Materials     Media Center (Culbreath)Mond...
2010 FALL SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE                                          December 6 -17, 2010EXAMS WILL BE ...
Wednesday, December 8th:9:00 – 11:00 a.m.         D2:    Behavioral Dentistry/DAU                LH2     (Winfree)        ...
Monday, December 13th:8:00 - 10:00 a.m.         D4:    Periodontics III                    LH2     (Allen)                ...
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Spring Semester, 2011                        28
2011 SPRING SEMESTERJanuary 6, Saturday                       2011-2012 Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA)          ...
March 15, Tuesday                                   2nd Deferred payment due for Spring 2011March 21, Monday (8:00 a.m.)  ...
FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                         ...
2011 FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASS SPRING SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE                               January 24 – April 2...
4/18 – 4/27                           FINAL EXAMINATIONS4/18          Histology (Written)                    9:00 - 11:00 ...
SECOND YEAR DENTAL (D2) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                        ...
THIRD YEAR DENTAL (D3) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                         ...
FOURTH YEAR DENTAL (D4) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                        ...
(DH3) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                           ...
(DH4) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSSpring Semester, 2011                                                                           ...
2010 SPRING MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE                                 February 22 - February 28, 2010                ...
Friday, February 25th:9:00-10:00 a.m.          D1:           Dental Materials                     LH2           (Culbreath...
2011 SPRING FINAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE                                        April 17– 27, 2011                         ...
Friday, April 22nd:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.:       D1:           Dental Materials                    LH3        (Culbreath)      ...
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  1. 1. HOWARD UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 2010 – 2011 CLASS SCHEDULES DENTAL DENTAL HYGIENE
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTSAdministrators ..............................................................................................................................ivForeword .......................................................................................................................................vAbbreviations ................................................................................................................................viiEthics and Procedures for Examinations ...................................................................................viiiTravel Notes ..................................................................................................................................x2010 College of Dentistry Fall Academic Calendar ..................................................................122010 Fall First Year Dental (D1) Class Schedule ......................................................................142010 Fall First Year Dental (D1) Examinations Schedule ........................................................152010 Fall Second Year Dental (D2) Class Schedule ..................................................................162010 Fall Third Year Dental (D3) Class Schedule ....................................................................172010 Fall Fourth Year Dental (D4) Class Schedule ..................................................................182010 Fall DH3 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule .........................................................................192010 Fall DH4 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule .........................................................................202010 Fall Mid-Term Examinations Schedule ............................................................................212010 Fall Semester Final Examinations Schedule ....................................................................242011 College of Dentistry Spring Academic Calendar .............................................................272011 Spring First Year Dental (D1) Class Schedule. ................................................................292011 Spring First Year Dental (D1) Examinations Schedule ...................................................302011 Spring Second Year Dental (D2) Class Schedule .............................................................312011 Spring Third Year Dental (D3) Class Schedule ...............................................................322011 Spring Fourth Year Dental (D4) Class Schedule .............................................................332011 Spring DH3 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule ....................................................................34 ii
  3. 3. 2011 Spring DH4 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule .....................................................................352011 Spring Mid-Term Examinations Schedule ........................................................................362011 Spring Semester Final Examinations Schedule ................................................................382011 College of Dentistry Summer Academic Calendar ...........................................................412011 Summer Second Year Dental (D2) Class Schedule .......................................................... 422011 Summer Third Year Dental (D3) Class Schedule .............................................................432011 Summer Fourth Year Dental (D4) Class Schedule .......................................................... 442011 Summer DH3 Dental Hygiene Class Schedule ..................................................................45 iii
  4. 4. HOWARD UNIVERSITY College of Dentistry Administrators Leo E. Rouse, DDS, FACD Dean (202) 806-0440 Ryle A. Bell, DDS, MS Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs (202) 806-0064 Earl M. Kudlick, DDS, MSDAssociate Dean for Advanced Education and Research (202) 806-0352 Mahmoud Nasr, DDS, MS Associate Dean for Special Projects (202) 806-0434 Cecile E. Skinner, DDS, PhD Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs (202) 806-0462 Brian E. Laurence, DDS, PhD Assistant Dean for Research (202) 806-0420 iv
  5. 5. FOREWORDThis booklet contains the schedules of all courses taught to the predoctoral dental and dentalhygiene students in the College of Dentistry. Also, it contains the College of Dentistry’sacademic calendar and examination schedules for the current academic year. Please be advisedthat the calendar and schedules are subject to change without advance notice.Students in the College of Dentistry are expected to attend all scheduled lectures, laboratoriesand clinic assignments. Attendance taken in the classrooms, laboratories and clinics is relateddirectly to student accountability and professional responsibility. When students miss twentypercent (20%) of scheduled classes, laboratories or clinic assignments for which they have notsecured an approved excuse, three percentage (3%) points will be deducted from their finalgrade in that course.Requests for excused absences must be submitted to the Office of the Associate Dean forAcademic Affairs within twenty-four (24) hours following the absence, unless the student is tooill to do so, and must be accompanied by the necessary supporting documents. Requests forexcused absences for missed examinations or quizzes due to illness will be processed by theOffice of the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs. All other excuses will beprovided by the respective course directors.An unexcused absence from any scheduled examination will result in a zero (0) grade forthat examinationStudents, who receive excuses, must make arrangements with the Course Director of the missedexamination, within forty-eight (48) hours of returning to school, to take the make-upexamination. The make-up examination must be taken within 5 business days of the studentsreturn. All make-up examinations not given or rescheduled within the specified time indicated,due to negligence on the part of the student, will result in an F grade (numerical grade of Zero)for that examination.Excused absence from clinic service assignments must be made up at a subsequent date approvedby the departmental chairman and the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs.During the final examination period, all classes and clinics are suspended. The examinationschedules for First Year Dental students (D1) are published separately.Grades in the College of Dentistry are reported as: A (excellent); B (above average); C(average); and F (failing). v
  6. 6. The Executive Committee of the College of Dentistry will review and make recommendationsconcerning the academic performance of each student at the end of each semester and theSummer Session.Satisfactory performance is required in all courses for promotions and graduation.In addition, Second Year (D2) students are required to take and pass Part I and of the NationalDental Board Examinations before promotion to the Third Year Dental (D3) Class and must alsotake and pass Part II to receive a diploma from the College of Dentistry. vi
  7. 7. Abbreviations used in the booklet are as follows:HUCD College of DentistryHUCM College of MedicineLec LectureLab LaboratoryLH Lecture HallSCR Smart ClassroomDH Dental HygieneSIM Lab Simulation LaboratoryOD&R Oral Diagnosis and RadiologyOMFP Oral & Maxillofacial PathologyOMFS Oral & Maxillofacial SurgeryAdv. AdvisoryFixed Prostho Fixed ProsthodonticsRemov. Prostho Removable ProsthodonticsHUH Howard University HospitalSGM Seeley G. Mudd BuildingTBA To be announcedRoom Numbers for Labs, Lecture Halls, Media CenterPeriodontics Clinic B-25Simulation Laboratory 116Lecture Hall 6 204Occlusion, Removable,Ortho-Pedo Laboratory 2074D-11 Media Center4D-12 Media CenterMedia Center 501Smart Class Room 502Lecture Hall 2 503Lecture Hall 3 5045A-1 5325A-2 5315A-3 5305A-4 529 vii
  8. 8. ETHICS AND PROCEDURES FOR EXAMINATIONS in the COLLEGE OF DENTISTRYEXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS. ALL PERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOODWORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NON ACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THEDOWNLOADING OF EXAMS. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULEDEXAM DUE TO LACK OF ADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES,OR ANY OTHER COMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OFACADEMIC AFFAIRS AT LEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING ORPOTENTIAL COMPUTER PROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.1. Bags, books, papers, cellular phones, pagers, coats, caps, hats, and other miscellaneous materials are not allowed in testing rooms during examinations. First offenders who are found with any of the aforementioned IT items will be dismissed from the exam and will earn a zero for the exam. Second and subsequent offenders may be suspended and/or dismissed from the College of Dentistry.2. If a room Proctor notices any student clearly copying answers from another student, the copier should be notified that his activities have been observed and that a report is being sent to the Dean, but the student should be allowed to complete the examination. The Proctor should, in this instance, submit a written report of his/her action to the Dean, “Irregularity Noted” affix the date and time. If the Proctor notices that copying is going on and the one being copied from is obviously not a participant, then the student should be moved to keep him/her from being placed in jeopardy of being the “Innocent By- Stander”.3. If any student or proctor is of the opinion that facilities for any examination are too crowded or poorly arranged for a student to protect his/her answers, such student or proctor should immediately register a complaint with the individual who is in charge. In the event that prompt, corrective action is not or cannot be taken, then the student or proctor should register the appropriate complaint in writing to the Dean immediately following completion of the examination.4. Each student is responsible for protecting the integrity of his/her answers. If cheating is noted during the examination, or if cheating is disclosed by the computer during processing, candidates involved, whether they be copiers or those copied from, are subject to penalty. The matter will be referred to the Judiciary Board of the College followed by appropriate recommendations to the Dean for punitive action (suspension and/or expulsion is the usual penalty for cheating). This warning notice will NOT be repeated, but will be in effect and applicable to all examinations in the College of Dentistry. viii
  9. 9. 5. If the form of cheating is not copying from another individual, but involves the use of notes, papers, books, or other miscellaneous materials or procedures, then the procedure for verification, as stated above, should be followed. The item should be taken from the student and the student should be allowed to complete the examination. A written report of the incident, as well as, the “evidence” taken from the student must be sent to the Dean.6. Talking or any other form of verbal or non-verbal communication will NOT be allowed during examinations. If any student is observed talking, signaling with fingers or other objects, he/she should be told to stop and written verification noted (as indicated above). This observance must be followed by a written notice to the Dean. If the student is observed talking, signaling, etc., a second time, the student should be dismissed from the examination and should report, immediately, to the Dean or his designee. An oral report must be submitted immediately to the Dean, followed by a written report from the Proctor.7. Proctors and students share responsibility for the integrity of the exams. The student will retake any examination for which any irregularity is found.8. Students will remain seated after concluding their examinations and simply raise their hands for the Proctor ‘s approval to be dismissed. They will then leave the examination room and are not permitted to loiter outside the examination room nor in any adjacent hallways.9. During examinations, which are two or more hours, students will be allowed to take one bathroom break to use restroom facilities after obtaining permission from the proctor(s). ix
  10. 10. TO: FACULTY AND STUDENTS PLEASE DO NOTMAKE ARRANGEMENTSTO TRAVEL BEFORE THE LAST DAY OF EACH SEMESTER!!! THANK YOU x
  11. 11. Fall Semester, 2010 11
  12. 12. 2010 -2011 ACADEMIC CALENDARJuly 1, 2010, Thursday First deferred payment due for Fall 2010August 6, Friday (5:00 p.m.) Summer session ends for new postdoctoral dental ResidentsAugust 9, Monday Faculty report for fall semesterAugust 12-13, Thursday-Friday Faculty RetreatAugust 16-20, Monday-Friday Orientation for incoming First Year Dental (D1)(8:30 a.m.) and Dental Hygiene students. Registration dental hygiene studentsAugust 17, Tuesday School photographs for new studentsAugust 19-27, Thursday –Friday Late registration - penalty fees assessed for Continuing Dental HygieneAugust 20, Friday (11:00 a.m.) OPENING ASSEMBLY- Howard University College of Medicine – Auditorium, Room 3019August 23, Monday (8:00 a.m.) Fall Classes begin for dental and dental hygiene students, and postdoctoral dental residents Initial Financial Aid disbursement for Fall 2010. Note: Student Financial Services will begin refund processing in 7 to 10 Days following the disbursement of financial aid.August 29, Sunday DEADLINE FOR PROGRAM WITHDRAWAL 100% REFUNDSeptember 6, Monday LABOR DAY (Legal Holiday)September 17, Friday CIF/NERB Exam (Manikin exam)September 24, Friday OPENING CONVOCATION - Cramton Auditorium 11:00a.m. (All classes suspended - 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)October 1, Friday Deadline for 50% refund of tuition/feesOctober 1, Friday Preliminary census dateOctober 8, Friday (5:30 p.m.) Reading period for all dental and dental hygiene students except First Year Dental (D1) studentsOctober 11, Monday COLUMBUS DAY OBSERVED (Legal Holiday)October 12-18, Tuesday-Friday Mid-term examinations for Second Year Dental (D2), Third Year Dental (D3), Fourth Year Dental (D4) and dental hygiene students. Classes canceled except first year dental (D1) students.October 18, Monday National Dental Boards Parts I and II and Dental Hygiene Boards deadline to complete and submit applications (In house).October 21, Thursday Mid-term grades due for Dental Hygiene students. Deadline for Unofficial Withdrawal (UW) and Never Reported (NR) grades. 12
  13. 13. October 21, Thursday Deadline for 25% refund of tuition /fees (Last day for refunds)October 21, Thursday Final enrollment census dateOctober 26, Tuesday 2nd Deferred payment due for Fall 2010November 1-12, Monday-Friday General Registration for Spring 2011- Dental Hygiene StudentsNovember 10, Wednesday Success Seminar for Third Year Dental (D3) and Fourth Year Dental students (D4) and Postdoctoral dental residents.November 11, Thursday VETERAN’S DAY OBSERVED (Legal Holiday)November 12, Friday Dental Hygiene Table ClinicsNovember 12, 2010 Last day for total withdrawal from universityNovember 24, Wednesday (5:30 p.m.) Thanksgiving Recess beginsNovember 25, Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY (Legal Holiday)November 29, Monday (8:00 a.m.) Classes resume.November, 30-December, 1Tuesday -Wednesday Northeast Regional Board Examination (NERB) for dental and dental hygiene (clinics closed)December 2, Friday (5:30 p.m.) Formal classes end.December 6 - 15, Monday - Wednesday Final examinations for dental and dental hygiene StudentsDecember 13, Monday 1st Deferred payment due for Spring 2011 Deadline for Instructors to submit final grades via the web is 5 calendar days after scheduled final examination.December 15, Wednesday Deadline to submit Special Grade Reports for removal of incomplete grades for Spring 2010.December 16, Thursday Residence Halls close at 5:00 P.M.December 17, Friday Postdoctoral Clinics end at 5:00 p.m.December 27, Monday Financial Aid disbursements for Spring 2011 Refund processing will begin 7-10 days after disbursement FALL SEMESTER ENDS- DECEMBER 17, 2010 13
  14. 14. FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23 -12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 E General General Biochemistry Anatomical Biochemistry Anatomical Lecture Sciences Lecture Science 9-10 X Lecture Lecture A 10-11 General General M Biochemistry Anatomical Biochemistry Anatomical Lab/Conference Sciences Lab/Conference Science Laboratory Laboratory 11-12 I N 12-1 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch A Introduction to General Occlusion Clinical Dentistry 1-2 T Anatomical Lecture Science Biochemistry I Lecture Lecture O Orientation N 2-3 Lecture S 3-4 Orientation Lecture Section II General Section I Anatomical Occlusion Lab Occlusion Science Lab Independent Lab Study 4-587297-DENT-169 General Anatomical Sciences: Gross Anatomy, Embryology and Neuroanatomy Lecture/Lab/Conf. (10.0) SCR/Rm 1114 (M) Dr. Bernor and Staff87298-CLDE-170 Biochemistry Lecture/Lab (7.0) LH2 Dr. Nandedkar and Staff84425-REDE-102 Occlusion I Lecture (2.0) SCR Dr. Sniffen and Staff84357-REDE-103 Occlusion I Laboratory (1.0) 207 Dr. Sniffen and Staff89130-ORDR-107 Introduction to Clinical Dentistry (1.0) LH2 Dr. Sheikh00000-000-00 First Year Dental (D1) Orientation Lecture (0.0) LH2 Dean Rouse 14
  15. 15. 2010 FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASS FALL SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE August 23 – December 17, 2010EXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS. ALL PERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOODWORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NON ACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADINGOF EXAMS. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACKOF ADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ATLEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIAL COMPUTERPROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.DATE CLASS DEPARMENT TIME PLACE9/06 Anatomy Anatomy 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. LH 2 & 39/13 Biochemistry Biochemistry 10:30 - 12:30 p.m. LH 29/20 Anatomy Anatomy 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. LH 2 & 3 Anatomy Lab Anatomy 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Anat. Lab.9/27 Occlusion Restorative 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. LH 210/04 Anatomy Anatomy 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. LH 210/11/10 COLUMBUS DAY - HOLIDAY10/14 Intro. to Clin. Dent. ODR 1:00- 2:00 p.m.10/18 Anatomy Anatomy 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. LH 2 & 3 Anatomy Lab Anatomy 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Anat. Lab.10/21 Biochemistry Biochemistry 10:30 - 12:30 p.m. LH 210/22 Occlusion Lab Restorative 2:00 - 5:00 a.m. Lab 20711/01 Occlusion Restorative 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. LH 211/08 Anatomy Anatomy 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. LH 211/11 VETERANS DAY – HOLIDAY11/15 Anatomy Lab Anatomy 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Room 1114 (M)11/22 Anatomy Anatomy 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. LH 2 & 311/25 - 11/26 THANKSGIVING RECESSFINAL EXAMINATIONS12/07 Biochemistry Biochemistry 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 212/09 Anatomy Anatomy 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 312/10 Occlusion Lab Restorative 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Lab 20712/13 Occlusion Lect. Restorative 11:00 - 01:00 p.m. LH 212/14 Intro.to Clin. Dent ODR 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 2 15
  16. 16. SECOND YEAR DENTAL (D2) CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23-12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Operative Fixed Independent Independent 8-9 Dentistry Prosthodontics Study Study Behavioral Lecture Lecture Dentistry/DAU 9-10 Section I Section I Section II Fixed Independent Fixed Pathology Prosthodontics Study Prosthodontics 10-11 Lecture Lab Lab Section I Operative Section II Section II Section I Dentistry Removable Operative Removable Lab 11-12 Prosthodontics Dentistry Lab Prosthodontics Lab Lab Section II Independent 12-1 Lunch Lunch Lunch Removable Study Prosthodontics Lecture 1-2 Head and Neck Pathology Lunch Lunch Anatomy Independent Lecture Study 2-3 Independent Study 3-4 Pathology Microbiology Microbiology Lab Microbiology 4-589133-ORSU-223 Head and Neck Anatomy (3.0) SCR Dr. Bonnick88338-DENT-112 Microbiology and Immunology (6.0) SCR Dr. Stubbs and Staff84437-REDE-206 Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture (ADV) SCR Dr. A. Jackson and Staff84352-REDE-207 Fixed Prosthodontics Lab (ADV) SIM Lab Dr. Matthews and Staff84373-REDE-211 Removable Prosthodontics I Lab (2.0) 207 Dr. Edler and Staff84426-REDE-208 Operative Dentistry Lecture (1.0) LH3 Dr. Mercer84427-REDE-209 Operative Dentistry Lab (3.0) SIM Lab Dr. Mercer and Staff87295-DENT-173 Pathology Lecture (6.0) LH3 Dr. Fidelia-Lambert86785-CODE-231 Behavioral Dentistry/DAU (2.0) LH3 Dr. Winfree 16
  17. 17. THIRD YEAR DENTAL (D3) CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23 -12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Removable Periodontics Anesthesia/ 8-9 Prosthodontics II Minor Oral Growth and II Surgery II Development Principles Ortho Of 9-10 Medicine Oral Restorative Clinical Pathology Dentistry Dentistry II Rotation 10-11 Clinical Independent Clinical Dentistry Clinic Dentistry 11-12 Pharmacology Rotation Time Rotation (ICT) 12-1 Lunch 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 2-3 Clinical Independent Clinical Pharmacology Dentistry Clinic Dentistry Pharmacology 3-4 Rotation Time Rotation (ICT) Independent 4-5 Study Independent Study84354-ORTH-316 Growth and Devel/Ortho Lec (2.0) LH6 Dr. Marshall84431-HISP-322 Oral Pathology II (1.0) SCR Dr. Childers88757-ORDR-309 Principles of Medicine (2.0) LH2 Dr. Brown84435-PROS-310 Removable Prosthodontics Lec. II (1.0) LH2 Dr. Stuart and Staff84441-PERI-318. Periodontics II (1.0) LH3 Dr. Allen87296-DENT-301 Pharmacology (6.0) LH3 Dr. Davila-Garcia84439-CLDE-322 Anesthesiology/Minor Oral Surg. II ( 1.0) LH6 Dr. Reid/Sam84438-REDE-308 Restorative Dentistry Lecture (1.0) SCR Dr. Fryer84419-CLDE-320 Clinical Rotation (ADV) Clinic Dr. Bell87299-CLDE-321 Clinical Restorative (ADV) Clinic Dr. A. Jackson87300-CLDE-322 Clinical Removable (ADV) Clinic Dr. L. Stuart87301-CLDE-323 Clinical Periodontics (ADV) Clinic Dr. A. Allen87302-CLDE-324 Clinical Endodontics (ADV) Clinic Dr. L. Smith 17
  18. 18. FOURTH YEAR DENTAL (D4) CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23 -12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 Independent Pediatric Orthodontics Study Lecture Lecture Independent Economics Study and Practice 9-10 Advanced Periodontics Oral Removable Management Topics in III Surgery Prostho. III/ Endodontics Lecture Lecture Implant Restor. 10-11 Clinical Independent Case Clinical Dentistry Clinic Oral Rotation Time 11-12 Presentation Dentistry Surgery (ICT) Rotation Rotation 12-1 Independent Study Lunch 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 2-3 Clinical Independent Clinical Independent Clinical Dentistry Clinic Dentistry Clinic Dentistry 3-4 Rotation Time Rotation Time Rotations (ICT) (ICT) 4-584442-PERI-415 Periodontics III Lecture (1.0) LH3 Dr. Allen84353-REDE-406 Implant Restorative Lect. (6 Weeks) (1.0) SCR Dr. Rodriquez88339-DENT-176 Case Presentation (2.0) SCR Dr. Galloucis84421-PEDO-402 Pediatric Dentistry Lecture (1.0) LH6 Dr. Thwaites87213-CODE-424 Economics and Practice Mgmt. (2.0) LH6 Dr. Manning-Cox84430-ORSU-422 Oral Surgery Lecture (4.5) LH2 Dr. Reid84444-PROS-410 Removable Prosthodontics Lect. III(6 Weeks) (1.0) LH3 Dr. Nasr and Staff84432-ENDO-400 Advanced Topics in Endodontics (1.0) SCR Dr. L. Smith84420-ORTH-416 Orthodontics Lecture (1.0) LH2 Dr. Al-Mufarrey84418-CLDE-420 Clinical Rotation (ADV) Clinic Dr. Bell87303-CODE-424 Clinical Restorative (ADV) Clinic Dr. A. Jackson87396-CLDE-425 Clinical Removable (ADV) Clinic Dr. L. Stuart87304-CLDE-426 Clinical Periodontics (ADV) Clinic Dr. D. Allen87305-CLDE-427 Clinical Endodontics (ADV) Clinic Dr. L. Smith 18
  19. 19. (DH3) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23-12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Study Study Study Study Study Preclinical Preclinical Anatomy of 9-10 Orofacial Dental Dental Hygiene Hygiene Structures Techniques Lecture Techniques Lecture Lecture 10-11 Pre-Clinical Dental Dental Anatomy of 11-12 Materials Hygiene Orofacial Lect/Lab Techniques Structure Lab Lecture Pre-Clinical Anatomy of Dental Hygiene Orofacial Theory Structures Lab 12-1 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1-2 Independent Independent *SADHA Study Study 2-3 Pre-Clinical Oral Histology 3-4 Dental and Pre-Clinical Independent Independent Study Hygiene Embryology Study Lab 4-5 Dental Techniques Lecture Lab and Lab Techniques Lec/Lab87556-DHYG-302 Dental Materials Lecture and Lab (1.5) 402 Dr. Culbreath86116-DHYG-313 Anatomy of Orofacial Structures Lect. (2.0) 402 Dr. Grant-Mills Anatomy of Orofacial Structures Lab. (1.0) 402 Dr. Grant-Mills84380-DHYG-304 Histology and Embryology (2.5) 402 Dr. Farquharson84381-DHYG-305 Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory I (2.0) 402 Ms. Osborne84382-DHYG-309 Pre-Clinical Dental Hyg. Tech. Lect/Lab (4.0) SIM LAB/B-25 Mr. Owens and Staff*SADHA Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (Meetings) Room Media Center-Media Center Ms. Neely 19
  20. 20. (DH4) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSFall Semester, 2010 08/23 -12/17/10 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 Independent Independent Biostatistics/ Independent Independent Study Study Study Study Research Design 9-10 Independent Ethics and Study Jurisprudence Dental Periodontics Dental 10-11 Health Clinical Clinical Health Education Dental Dental Education Methods Hygiene III Hygiene III Methods Independent Study Clinical 11-12 Independent Dental Study Hygiene Seminar I 12-1 Independent Lunch *SADHA Study 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Clinical 2-3 Clinical Nutritional Dental Hygiene Clinical Dental Counseling Theory II Dental Academic Hygiene III Hygiene III Advisement 3-4 Independent Study 4-5 5-6 Independent Independent Independent 6-7 Study Study Study84383-DHYG-402 Ethics and Jurisprudence (1.0) 402 Ms. Neely84384-DHYG-406 Dental Health Education Methods (2.0 402 Ms. Neely87786-DHYG-408 Biostatistics/Research Design (2.0) 402 Mr. Henley84416-DHYG-420 Clinical Dental Hygiene III (4.0) B-25 Ms. Neely and staff84386-DHYG-421 Periodontics (2.0) 402 Ms. Osborne84387-DHYG-430 Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory II (1.0) 402 Ms. Osborne84388-DHYG-440 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar I (1.0) 402 Mr. Owens84389-DHYG-461 Nutritional Counseling (3.0) 402 Dr. Grant-Mills and staff* SADHA Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (Meetings) Room Media Center and Media Center Ms.Neely 20
  21. 21. 2010 FALL SEMESTER INTRASESSIONAL AND MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE Lecture Halls 2, 3, Media CenterEXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS. ALL PERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOODWORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NON ACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADINGOF EXAMS. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACKOF ADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ATLEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIAL COMPUTERPROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.Tuesday, September 7th:8:00 - 9:00 p.m. D2: Operative Dentistry (Mercer)Monday, September 13th9:00 - 11:00 p.m.: D2: 1st Instrasessional Pathology Lecture LH3 (Fidelia-Lambert)2:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: 1st Intrasessional Pharmacology exam LH3 (Davila-Garcia)Thursday, September 16th:3:00 – 5:00 p.m. D2: 1st Intrasessional Microbiology exam LH2 (Stubbs)Tuesday, September 21st9:00 - 10:00 a.m. DH3: 1st Instrasessional Dental Materials Media Center (Culbreath)Monday, October 4th:2:00 – 3:00 p.m. D1: Anatomy Lecture LH2 (Baker)2:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: 2nd Intrasessional Pharmacology exam LH3 (Davila-Garcia)Tuesday, October 12th:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D3: Anesthesia/Minor Oral Surgery II LH2 (Reid/Sam) DH3: Anatomy of Orofacial Structures Lect. Media Center (Grant-Mills)11:00 – 12:00 p.m. DH4: Clin. Dental Hygiene Theory II Media Center (Osborne) D4: Periodontics III LH3 (Allen)1:00 - 2:00 p.m.: D3: Restorative Dentistry LH2 (Fryer) DH3: Pre-Clinical D.H. Techniques Media Center (Owens) 21
  22. 22. 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. D4: Advanced Topics in Endodontics LH2 (Smith) DH4: Dental Health Education Methods Media Center (Neely)4:00-5:00p.m. D2 Operative Dentistry LH3 (Mercer)Wednesday, October 13th:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D3: Growth and Dev/Ortho LH2 (Marshall) D4: Economics and Practice Management LH3 (Manning-Cox) DH4: Biostatics/Research Design Media Center (Henley)1:00 - 2:00 p.m.: D4: Pediatric Dentistry LH3 (Thwaites) D2: Pathology LH2 (Lambert)3:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D3: Removable Prosthodontics II LH2 (Stuart) DH4: Ethics and Jurisprudence Media Center (Neely)Thursday, October 14th:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D4: Oral Surgery LH3 (Reid/Sam) D2: Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture LH2 (Jackson)11:00 – 12:00 p.m. D3: Oral Pathology II (Slides) LH2&3 (Childers)1:00 - 2:00 p.m.: D1 Intro. To Clin. Dent. LH3 (Sheikh) D2: Head and Neck Anatomy LH2 (Bonnick)2:00 – 3:00 p.m. DH3: Oral Histology and Embryology LH2 (Farquharson) D4: Orthodontics LH3 (Al-Mufarrey)3:30-4:30p.m. DH4: Periodontics Media Center (Osborne)Friday, October 15th:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D2 Behavioral Dentistry/DAU LH3 (Winfree) D3: Periodontics II LH2 (Allen)10:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D4: Removable Prosthodontics III LH2 (Nasr) DH4: Clinical Dental Hygiene III Media Center (Neely)1:00 - 2:00 p.m.: D3: Principles of Medicine LH2 (Brown) DH4: Clin. Dental Hygiene Seminar I Media Center (Mr. Owens)3:00 - 4:00p.m. DH3: Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory Media Center (Osborne)3:00 – 5:00 p.m. D2: 2nd Intrasessional Microbiology exam LH2 (Stubbs)Tuesday, October 19th:10:30 - 12:30 p.m. D1: Biochemistry LH2 (Nandedkar)2:00 – 3:00 p.m. DH4: Nutritional Counseling Media Center (Grant-Mills) 22
  23. 23. Tuesday, October 26th9:00 - 10:00 a.m. DH3: 2nd Intrasessional Dental Materials Media Center (Culbreath)Monday, November 1st10:00 - 11:00 p.m.: D2: 1st Instrasessional Pathology Lecture LH3 (Fidelia-Lambert)2:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: 3rd Intrasessional Pharmacology exam LH3 (Davila-Garcia)Thursday, November 4th:3:00 – 5:00 p.m. D2: 3rd Intrasessional Microbiology exam LH2 (Stubbs)Monday, November 15th t10:00 - 11:00 p.m.: D2: 1st Instrasessional Pathology Lecture LH3 (Fidelia-Lambert)Thursday, November 18th10:00 – 11:50 a.m. D3: 4th Intrasessional Pharmacology exam LH3 (Davila-Garcia) 23
  24. 24. 2010 FALL SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE December 6 -17, 2010EXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS. ALL PERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOODWORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NON ACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADINGOF EXAMS. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACKOF ADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ATLEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIAL COMPUTERPROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.Monday, December 6th9:00 - 11:00 p.m. D2: Pathology Lecture LH2 (Fidelia-Lambert D3: Anesthesia Minor Oral Surgery II LH3 (Sam)11:30-1:30 p.m. DH3: Pre-Clinical D.H. Techniques Media Center (Owens)2:00-4:00p.m DH4: Dental Health Education Methods Media Center (Neely1:00 - 5:00 p.m. D2: Fixed Prosthodontics Lab, Section II, SIM Lab (Matthews)3:00 – 5:00 p.m. D3: Periodontics LH3 (Allen)9:00 -5:00 p.m. D4: Major Oral Surgery (Walk) (529 – 531) (Reid)Tuesday, December 7th:9:00 -5:00 p.m. D4: Major Oral Surgery (Walk) (529 – 531) (Reid)9:00 - 11:00 a.m. D1: Biochemistry LH2 (Nandedkar) D2: Microbiology LH3 (Stubbs)1:00 – 3:00 p.m. DH4: Nutritional Counseling Media Center (Grant-Mills)1:00 - 5:00 p.m. D2: Fixed Prosthodontics Lab, Section I, SIM Lab (Matthews)3:00 – 5:00 p.m. D3: Principles of Medicine LH2 (Brown) Start the ADA students EARLY 24
  25. 25. Wednesday, December 8th:9:00 – 11:00 a.m. D2: Behavioral Dentistry/DAU LH2 (Winfree) D3: Removable Prosthodontics II LH3 (Stuart)11:30-1:30p.m. DH4: Clinical Dental Hygiene III Media Center (Neely)9:00 -5:00 p.m. D4: Major Oral Surgery (Walk) (529 – 531) (Reid)1:00 - 5:00 p.m. D2: Removable Prostho. Lab, Section I 207 (Edler)2:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: Oral Pathology II (Slides) LH2 (Childers)Thursday, December 9th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m. D1: Anatomy Lecture LH2 (Bernor) D3: Growth and Devel/Ortho LH3 (Marshall)11:30-1:30p.m DH4: Periodontics Media Center (Osborne)1:00 - 5:00 p.m. D2: Removable Prostho. Lab, Section II, 207 (Edler)2:00 - 4:00 p.m. D3: Restorative Dentistry (Slides) LH2 (Fryer) DH3: Oral Histology and Embryology Media Center (Farquharson)Friday, December 10th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m. D3: Pharmacology LH2 (Davila- Garcia) D4: Pediatric Dentistry LH3 (Thwaites) D1: Occlusion I Lab 207 (Sniffen) DH3: Anatomy of Orofacial Sructures Lab Media Center (Grant-Mills)11:00-1:00p.m DH4: Ethics and Jurisprudence Media Center (Neely)1:00-3:00p.m. D2: Head & Neck Anatomy LH2 (Bonnick) D4: Advanced Topics in Endodontics LH2 (Smith)3:00-5:00p.m. DH3: Anatomy of Orofacial Structures Lect. Media Center (Grant-Mills) 25
  26. 26. Monday, December 13th:8:00 - 10:00 a.m. D4: Periodontics III LH2 (Allen) D1: Occlusion I Lecture LH2 (Sniffen)10:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: Endo Oral Exam (529 – 531) (Smith)11:00 - 1:00 p.m.: D2: Fixed Prostodontics LH3 (A.Jackson) DH4: Clin. Dental Hygiene Seminar I Media Center (Owens)1:30-3:30 p.m. D4: Economics and Practice Management LH2 (Manning-Cox)Tuesday, December 14th:10:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: Endo Oral Exam (529 – 531) (Smith)11:30-1:30 p.m. DH3: Dental Materials Media Center (Culbreath)Wednesday, December 15th:9:00 -11:00 a.m. D1: Intro. to Clin. Dent. Media Center (Sheikh) D4: Orthodontics LH2 (Al-Mufarrey)10:00 – 4:00 p.m. D3: Endo Oral Exam (529 – 531) (Smith)11:30-1:30 p.m. DH3: Pre-Clin. Dental Hygiene Theory Media Center (Osborne)2:00 - 4:00 p.m. D4: Removable Prosthodontics III LH2 (Nasr) DH4: Clin Dent Hygiene Theory II Media Center (Osborne) 26
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  29. 29. 2011 SPRING SEMESTERJanuary 6, Saturday 2011-2012 Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) Is availableJanuary 10, Monday Formal Classes begin/ clinics are openJanuary 10 - 14, Monday-Friday Late registration for Dental HygieneJanuary 14, Friday NERB Review beginsJanuary 14, Friday Dental Hygiene National Board Mock ExaminationJanuary 16, Sunday Deadline for 100% refund of tuition/feesJanuary 17, Monday MARTIN LUTHER KING JR’S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED - (Legal Holiday)January 24, Monday First Intrasessional Examinations for First Year Dental (D1) students (follow printed First Year Dental (D1) examination schedule)January 26, Wednesday Debt Management and Exit Interviews - D4’sFebruary 1 – 28, Tuesday - Monday Dental Health MonthFebruary 4, Friday Give Kids A Smile (GKAS)February 5, Saturday Student Council Dental Health FairFebruary 18, Friday Deadline for 50% refund of tuition/feesFebruary 18, Friday Preliminary census dateFebruary 21, Monday PRESIDENT’S DAY OBSERVED (Legal Holiday)February 22 - 28, Mid-Term examinations for all dental and dentalTuesday-Monday hygiene students (except First Year Dental (D1) students)March 2, Wednesday Deadline for Unofficial Withdrawal (UW) gradesMarch 4, Friday Mid-term grades due Dental HygieneMarch 4-5, Friday-Saturday CIF/NERB Exam (Perio/Restorative patient examination)March 9, Wednesday (12:15) Student Council Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony, College of Medicine Auditorium, Room 3019March 10, Thursday Deadline for 25% refund of tuition/feesMarch 11, Friday Charter Day Observance in Cramton Auditorium at 11:00 a.m. classes are suspended from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)March 12-16, Saturday- Wednesday ADEA Annual ConferenceMarch 14- 18, Monday-Friday Spring Recess 29
  30. 30. March 15, Tuesday 2nd Deferred payment due for Spring 2011March 21, Monday (8:00 a.m.) Classes ResumeMarch 21- April 1, Monday - Friday General Registration for Fall 2010 for Dental HygieneMarch 21 - 25, Monday - Friday Third Year Dental (D3) Comprehensive Performance examinationsApril 8, Friday Last day for Total WithdrawalApril 13, Wednesday, (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) Postdoctoral research presentations – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontic and Pediatric Dentistry postdoctoral dental residentsApril 13-15, Wednesday - Friday Final Examination for dental hygiene (degree candidates)April 15, Friday, (9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) Postdoctoral research presentations – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontic and Pediatric Dentistry postdoctoral dental residentsApril 15, Friday Last day of classes, clinics openApril 19-20, Tuesday-Wednesday Northeast Regional Boards (NERBS)April 21, Thursday Deadline for submitting grades for prospective graduates 3:00 p.m.April 18 - 27, Monday - Friday Final examinations for dental and dental hygiene students (non-degree candidates) (Classes are suspended and clinics are closed for non-degree candidates) Deadline to submit final grades via the web is 5 calendar days after the scheduled examination.May 4, Wednesday Dental Hygiene Pinning Ceremony - 6:30 p.m.May 5, Thursday Deadline for receipt of May 2011 Graduation Recommendations 5:00 p.m.May 4 - 7, Wednesday-Saturday 62nd Annual Class Reunion Activities (including the Alumni Awards Dinner) and The Victor L. Hancock, D.D.S. SymposiumMay 6, Friday (2:30 p.m.) Senior Dental, Dental Hygiene and Postdoctoral Dental Honors and Awards Ceremony, Cramton Auditorium. Deadline for submission of all Special Grade Reports for all non-degree and non-certificate candidates SPRING SEMESTER ENDSMay 8, Saturday (10:00 a.m.) COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 30
  31. 31. FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 - 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 E Operative Independent Occlusion Lecture Dental Study II Materials X Lecture 9-10 Removable Oral Diagnosis Prosthodontics A Lecture 10-11 M Section I Physiology Histology Section II Dental Lecture Lecture Materials Dental I Lab Materials 11-12 Lab N 12-1 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch A T 1-2 Physiology Physiology Gen/Oral Gen/Oral Lecture Histology Lecture Histology I 2-3 Lecture Lecture O 3-4 Histology Independent Oral Histology N Independent Lab Study Lec/Lab 4-5 Study S16581-REDE-104 Occlusion II Lecture (2.0) SCR Dr. Jackson and Staff11763-REDE-106 Dental Materials Lec/Lab. (2.5) SCR/207 Dr. Culbreath and Staff11760-PROS-110 Removable Prosthodontics I (1.0) LH2 Dr. Stuart and Staff11764-REDE-108 Operative Lecture (1.0) LH2 Dr. Crisafulli17800-DENT-172 Oral Diagnosis (1.0) LH6 Dr. Eiland17801-DENT-174 Physiology (7.0) SCR Dr. Grissom13992-MDAN-198 Histology Lecture/Lab (5.0) SCR Drs. Hakim, Farquharson, staff 31
  32. 32. 2011 FIRST YEAR DENTAL (D1) CLASS SPRING SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE January 24 – April 28, 2011EXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS. ALL PERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOODWORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NON ACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADINGOF EXAMS. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACKOF ADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ATLEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIAL COMPUTERPROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.DATE CLASS DEPARMENT TIME PLACE1/31 Physiology Physiology 10:30-12:30 p.m. LH 2 & 32/4 Dental Materials Restorative 10:30 -11:30 a.m. LH 2 & 32/7 Operative Restorative 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. LH 2 Remov Prostho I Prosthodontics 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. LH 22/14 Histology Anatomy 10:30-12:30 p.m. LH 2 & 3 Histology (Lab) Anatomy 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. LH 2 & 32/17 Physiology Physiology 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. LH 2 & 32/21 HOLIDAY2/28 Occlusion II Restorative 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. LH 3 Oral Diagnosis Diagnostic Services 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. LH 33/4 Dental Materials Restorative 10:30 -11:30 a.m. LH 2 & 33/7 Histology Lec Anatomy 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. LH 2 Histology Lab Anatomy 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 2311M3/10 Physiology Physiology 1:00-3:0 p.m. LH 2 & 33/14 – 3/18 SPRING RECESS3/28 Physiology Physiology 10:30 - 12:30 p.m. LH 2 & 34/11 Physiology Physiology 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. LH 2 32
  33. 33. 4/18 – 4/27 FINAL EXAMINATIONS4/18 Histology (Written) 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 3 Histology Lab 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 2311M4/19 Oral Diagnosis 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 34/20 Operative 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 2 & 34/21 Study Day4/22 Dental Materials 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 34/25 Remov. Prosthodontics 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. LH 2 & 34/26 Occlusion II 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. LH 24/27 Physiology 01:30 - 03:00 p.m. LH 2 33
  34. 34. SECOND YEAR DENTAL (D2) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 – 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Fixed Endodontics/ Periodontics Anesthesia Oral Pathology 8-9 Prosthodontics Pulp Biology I Minor Lecture Lecture Lecture Oral Surgery I 9-10 Section I Endodontics/ Section II Section I Fixed Pulp Biology Fixed Fixed Prosthodontics Lab Lecture Prosthodontics Prosthodontics Lab Lab Lab 10-11 Section II Section II Section I Section II Endodontics Removable Removable Clinical Lab Lab Lab Rotation 12-1 Lunch Lunch Lunch 1-2 Oral and Lunch Treatment Pediatric Lunch Maxillofacial Planning Lect. Lecture Radiology (Drs. Fryer/McIntosh) 2-3 Clinical Clinical Section II 3-4 Therapeutics Section I Rotation Rotation Fixed Endodontics Prosthodontics Lab Lab 4-511710-HISP-216 Oral Pathology I (2.0) LH3 Dr. Childers11717-ORSU-222 Anesthesiology/Minor Oral Surgery I ( 2.0) LH6 Dr. Sam17924-CLDE-227 Therapeutics (1.0) LH2 Dr. Ronald Brown16166-PERI-218 Periodontics I Lecture (1.0) LH3 Dr. Glascoe11765-REDE-206 Fixed Prosthodontics Lecture (2.0) SCR Dr. A. Jackson and Staff11766-REDE-207 Fixed Prosthodontics Laboratory (3.0) SIM Lab Dr. Matthews and Staff11761-PROS-212 Removable Prosthodontics Lab (2.0) 207 Dr. Stuart and Staff11720-PED-202 Pediatric Lecture (1.0) LH3 Dr. Jeffries Treatment Planning Lect. (1.0) LH3 Drs. Fryer/McIntosh11686-CLDE-220 Clinical Rotation (1.0) Clinics Drs. McIntosh, Childers, Reid18311-ENDO-217 Endodontics/Pulp Biology (1.0) LH3 Dr. Smith18312-ENDO- 219 Endodontics Laboratory (2.0) SIM Lab Dr. Smith18314-ORDR-215 Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (3.0) LH2 Dr. Pass 34
  35. 35. THIRD YEAR DENTAL (D3) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 - 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Oral Statistics/ 8-9 Public Pathology III General Research Health Dentistry Seminar II 9-10 Statistics/ Clinical Research Dentistry Seminar Rotation 10-11 Clinical Independent Independent Clinical Dentistry Clinic Clinic Dentistry Rotation Time Time Rotation 11-12 (ICT) (ICT) 12-1 Lunch 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 2-3 Independent Clinical Independent Clinical Independent Clinic Dentistry Clinic Dentistry Clinic Time Rotation Time Rotation Time 3-4 (ICT) (ICT) (ICT) Health Care 5-7 Ethics17331-CODE-311 Health Care Ethics (2.0) HUH Auditorium Dr. Manning-Cox17184-MEDI-417 Health Care Recitation (0.0) Dr. Manning-Cox11693-CODE-313 Public Health (3.0) SCR Dr. Manning-Cox11714-HISP-327 Research Seminar (6 weeks) (3.0) LH6 Mr. Henley11712-HISP-324 Oral Pathology III (1.0) LH2 Dr. Childers11687-CLDE-300 General Dentistry II (2.0) SCR Drs. Rodriquez and Staff16731-CLDE-320 Clinical Rotation (4.0) Clinics Dr. Bell16732-CLDE-321 Clinical Restorative (3.0) Clinics Dr. A. Jackson16733-CLDE-322 Clinical Removable (2.0) Clinics Dr. L. Stuart16734-CLDE-323 Clinical Periodontics (2.0) Clinics Dr. D. Allen16735-CLDE-324 Clinical Endodontics (2.0) Clinics Dr. L. Smith 35
  36. 36. FOURTH YEAR DENTAL (D4) CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 - 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 Independent Comprehensive Independent Economics NERB Study Care Study and Review Module Practice Management 9-10 Independent Clinic Time 10-11 Independent Clinical Clinical Independent (ICT) Clinic Rotation Rotation Clinic Time Time (ICT) (ICT) 11-12 12-1 Lunch 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 2-3 Clinical Independent Clinical Independent Clinical Rotation Clinic Rotation Clinic Rotation Time Time 3-4 (ICT) (ICT) 4-516583-CLDE-420-41 Econ Practice Management Seminar (3.0) LH3 Dr. Manning-Cox16230-CLDE-425-41 Comprehensive Care Module (1.0) LH2 Drs. Fryer, Hardin, Winfree00000-000-00 NERB Review (0.0) LH2 Dr. Rouse11689-CODE-420-41 Clinical Rotation (4. 0) Clinics Dr. Bell16596-CLDE-424-41 Clinical Restorative (3.0) Clinics Dr. A. Jackson16584-CLDE-422-41 Clinical Removable (2.0) Clinics Dr. L. Stuart16585-CLDE-423-41 Clinical Periodontics (2.0) Clinics Dr. D. Allen17888-CLDE-427-41 Clinical Endodontics (2.0) Clinics Dr. L. Smith 36
  37. 37. (DH3) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 - 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Independent 8-9 Study Independent Independent Independent Study Independent Study Study Clinical Study 9-10 Instruction (dates TBA) Radiology Community Community 10-11 Dental Dental Health Clinical Health Dental Clinical Clinical Hygiene I Clinical Dental 11-12 Dental Dental Independent Hygiene I Hygiene Hygiene Study Theory I Theory I 12-1 *SADHA Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1-2 2-3 Clinical Dental Independent General Hygiene Study or Introduction to Clinical Dental Academic Oral Periodontics Observation and Pathology Hygiene I Advisement Rotation and Therapeutics 3-4 Independent Study or 4-5 Academic Advisement11696-DHYG-306 Introduction to Periodontics (2.0) 403 Ms. Osborne11699-DHYG-310 Radiology (2.0) 403 Dr. Grant-Mills11697-DHYG-307 General Oral Pathology and Therapeutics (2.5) 403 Dr. Farquharson11700- DHYG-320 Clinical Dental Hygiene I (3.0) B-25 Mr. Owens and staff11701-DHYG-321 Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory I (2.0) 403 Mr. Owens16743-DHYG-315 Community Dental Health (2.0) 403 Ms. Neely Clinical Instruction (0.0) 403 Mr. Owens and staff*SADHA Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (Meetings) 402 and 403 Ms. Neely 37
  38. 38. (DH4) DENTAL HYGIENE CLASSSpring Semester, 2011 1/3 - 5/06/11 HOURS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8-9 Independent Independent Independent Independent Study Study or Independent Study Study Academic Study 9-10 Advisement Research Practicum 10-11 Black Studies Clinical Black Studies Black Studies Dental Hygiene Practicum Clinical 11-12 Clinical Dental Clinical Dental Independent Hygiene Dental Hygiene Study IV Hygiene Theory III Seminar II 12-1 Lunch *SADHA 1-2 Lunch Lunch Lunch Independent 2-3 Study or Clinical Clinical Clinical Clinical Academic Dental Dental Dental Hygiene Dental Reinforcement 3-4 Hygiene IV Hygiene IV Practicum Hygiene IV 4-517151-DHYG-414 Clinical Dental Hygiene Practicum (2.0) B-25 Ms. Neely11703-DHYG-422 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV (4.0) B-25 Ms. Neely and Staff11705-DHYG-441 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar II (1.0) 402 Mr. Owens11704-DHYG-423 Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory III (1.0) 402 Dr. Grant-Mills and Staff11567-DHYG-100 Black Studies (3.0) TBA Dr. Burke17623-DHYG-457 Research Practicum (1.0) 402 Ms. Osborne/ Mr. Henley*SADHA Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (Meetings) 402 and 403 Ms. Neely 38
  39. 39. 2010 SPRING MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE February 22 - February 28, 2010 Lecture Halls 2, 3 & Media CenterEXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOP COMPUTERS AND/OR COMPUTERS IN THE MEDIA CENTER ALLPERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOOD WORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NONACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADING OF EXAMS. STUDENTSWILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACK OFADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRSAT LEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIALCOMPUTER PROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.Tuesday, February 22nd:9;00-10:00 a.m. D4: Economics and Practice Management LH3 (Manning-Cox) DH4: Clinical Practicum Media (Neely) Center11:00 - 12:00 p.m.: D2: Anesthesia-Minor Oral Surgery I LH2 (Sam/Reid) DH3: Oral Pathology/Therapeutics Media (Farquharson) Center1:00- 2:00 p.m. DH4: Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory III Media (Grant-Mills) Center2:3 0 - 3:30 p.m.: DH3: Community Dental Health Media (Neely) Center4:00-5:00 p.m. D2: Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology LH2 (Pass)Wednesday, February 23rd:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D2: Fixed Prosthodontics LH2 (A. Jackson) D3: General Dentistry II LH3 (Rodriguez)11:00-12:00 p.m. DH3: Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory I Media (Owens) Center1:00- 2:00 p.m. D2: Periodontics I LH2 (Glascoe)2:00 -3:00 p.m.: DH4: Clinical Dental Hygiene IV Media (Neely) Center Thursday, February 24th:9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: D3: Oral Pathology III LH3 (Childers) D2: Endodontics/Pulp Biology LH2 (Smith)11:00-12:00 p.m. DH3: Introduction to Periodontics Media (Osborne) Center1:00- 2:00 p.m. D2: Therapeutics LH2 (R. Brown) D3: Public Health LH3 (M-Cox)2:00 - 3:00 p.m.: DH4: Research Practicum Media (Henley/Osborne) 39
  40. 40. Friday, February 25th:9:00-10:00 a.m. D1: Dental Materials LH2 (Culbreath) D2: Pedo Lecture LH3 (Jeffries)11:00-12:00 p.m. DH3: Radiology Media (Grant-Mills) Center1:00- 2:00 p.m DH4: Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar II Media (Owens) Center2:00 – 3:00 p.m. D2: Oral Pathology I (Slides) LH2 (Childers)Monday, February 28th9:00-10:00 a.m. D2 Treatment Planning LH3 (McIntosh/Marshall)9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. D3 Endo Oral Exam 529-532 (Smith)10:30 - 11:30 a.m. D1 Occlusion II Restorative . LH 33:30 - 4:30 p.m. D1 Oral Diagnosis Diagnostic Services LH 3NOTE:ALL EXAMS WILL BE HELD IN LECTURE HALLS 2, 3 AND THE MEDIA CENTER, UNLESSOTHERWISE INDICATED! NON-CONTACT TIME IS CANCELLED DURING EXAMPERIODS!PROCTORS ARE TO BE IN EXAM ROOMS 20 MINUTES BEFORE EXAMS BEGIN! 40
  41. 41. 2011 SPRING FINAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE April 17– 27, 2011 Lecture Halls 2, 3 & Media CenterEXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED EXCLUSIVELY VIA EXAM SOFT AND BLACKBOARD ONPERSONAL LAPTOP COMPUTERS AND/OR COMPUTERS IN THE MEDIA CENTER ALLPERSONAL COMPUTERS SHOULD BE IN GOOD WORKING ORDER AND FREE OF NONACADEMIC MATERIAL TO FACILITATE THE DOWNLOADING OF EXAMS. STUDENTSWILL NOT BE EXCUSED FROM TAKING A SCHEDULED EXAM DUE TO LACK OFADEQUATE SPACE ON THE COMPUTER, THE EXISTENCE OF VIRUSES, OR ANY OTHERCOMPUTER PROBLEM. STUDENTS SHOULD NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRSAT LEAST TWO DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO EXAMS ABOUT EXISTING OR POTENTIALCOMPUTER PROBLEMS SO THAT OTHER ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE.Monday, April 18th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D1: Histology LH3 (Hakim)2:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D1: Histology Lab 2311 (M) (Hakim) D4: Economics and Practice Management LH3 (Manning-Cox)Tuesday, April 19th :9:00 – 11:00 a.m. D1: Oral Diagnosis LH3 (Eiland D2: Periodontics I LH2 (Glascoe)12:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D2: Fixed Prostho. Lab, Section I SIM Lab (Matthews)1:00 - 5:00 p.m.: D2: Removable Prostho. Lab, Section II 207 (Edler)Wednesday, April 20th9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D1: Operative Dentistry LH2 (Crissafuli)12:00 - 2:00 p.m.: FrDH: Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory I Media (Owens) Center12:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D2: Fixed Prostho. Lab, Section II SIM Lab (Matthews)1:00 - 5:00 p.m.: D2: Removable Prostho. Lab, Section I 207 (Edler)Thursday, April 21st:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D3: Public Health LH2 (M-Cox)12:00 - 2:00 p.m.: FrDH: Community Dental Health Media (Neely) Center2:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D2: Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology LH2 (Pass) 41
  42. 42. Friday, April 22nd:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D1: Dental Materials LH3 (Culbreath) D2: Fixed Prosthodontics LH3 (A. Jackson)12:00-2:00 p.m. FrDH: Introduction to Periodontics Media (Osborne) Center2:00 - 4:00 p.m.: D2: Endodontics/Pulp Biology LH3 (Smith)Monday, April 25th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D2: Oral Pathology I (Slide) LH2&3 (Childers)12:00-2:00 p.m. D1: Remov. Prosthodontics I LH2 (Stuart)2:00 - 4:00 p.m.: FrDH: Radiology Media (Grant-Mills) Center D2 Treatment Planning LH3 (McIntosh/Marshall)Tuesday, April 26th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D1: Occlusion II LH2 (Sniffen) D2: Anesthesia/Oral Surgery I LH3 (Sam/Reid)1:00 – 3:00 p.m. D3: Oral Pathology III LH3 (Childers)Wednesday, April 27th:9:00 - 11:00 a.m.: D2: Pedo Lecture LH3 (Jeffries)11:00-1:00 p.m. FrDH: Oral Pathology Media (Farquharson) Center1:00 – 3:00 p.m. D1 Physiology LH2 (Grissom)3:00- 5:00 p.m. FrDH: Therapeutics Media Center (Farquharson)NOTE:Finals for Senior Dental Hygiene students: Wednesday, April 18 through April 22, 2011.ALL EXAMS WILL BE HELD IN LECTURE HALLS 2, 3 AND THE MEDIA CENTER, UNLESSOTHERWISE INDICATED! NON-CONTACT TIME IS CANCELLED DURING EXAM INATIONPERIODS!PROCTORS ARE TO BE IN EXAM ROOMS 20 MINUTES BEFORE EXAM INATIONS BEGIN! 42
  43. 43. Summer Session, 2011 43

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