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XEP INTRODUCTION FOR INCOMING GRADUATE STUDENTS


  1. Welcome and introduction to XEP
  2. History of the Atmospheric Sciences Department
  3. So now that you've arrived...
    1. All Students
      1. Offices, Keys, and Door Codes
      2. Computer Accounts
      3. Bruin Card
      4. Bruin OnLine (BOL) Accounts
      5. Registering for Classes (URSA)
      6. Deferral Forms
    2. Degree Requirements
      1. Masters Degree
      2. Course Offerings for 2003-2004
      3. Academic Advisors
    3. Domestic, Non-residents of California -- GET STARTED NOW!!
      Contains suggestions for how to become a California resident.
    4. International Students
    5. Regarding Repetitive Stress Syndrome and other disabilities.
    6. Reading List
  4. Introduction to computing in the DAS
    1. Networks
    2. E-Mail
      1. Configuration
      2. telnet/SSH
      3. pine/elm
    3. Introduction to UNIX
    4. Recommended Reading
    5. Printers and Rules
    6. DAS Website
    7. IT Staff
    8. Hardware & Software Available
  5. Research in the DAS
  6. Miscellany
    1. DAS Information
      1. Where is stuff?
      2. Forms you need
      3. Who works here?
    2. Campus Map
    3. Library
    4. Eats in Westwood/West L.A.(This is an incomplete list that is slightly out of date, but most of the places still exist.)
    5. Important Organizations
      1. IGPP
      2. IoE
      3. AMS
      4. AGU
    6. Driving in California

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