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Dick Janzig's Photo Album (1967-69)
Teaching at METU


The Math Building.  The only ugly building on campus.  English classes were also taught here.  Workmen making the sidewalks.


Yüsef, the Math Department Odacı, bringing me my morning wake-up.  Of the little Turkish I did learn, "iki tanı çay, şekersiz, lütfen" was probably used the most.  Given the amout of tea I drank each day (without sugar), I had a major impact on Yüsef's income.


My Calculus students (and others) outside of the Auditorium building.  I was lucky to have the smartest two groups of Freshmen the first year.  It was exactly the opposite the second year.


One of the three lecture halls inside the Auditorium building.  I would teach Calculus in two two-hour lectures in the Auditorium to my combined Group 7 and 8 classes (approximately 100 students) and then two more two-hour lectures first to one group and then the other.  The smaller classes were taught in the Math building.  I also taught a Differential Equations class to Sophomores.


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