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  • If you have questions about enrollment (wait lists, swapping sections, course openings, etc.)? Please contact Nazan Gillie,
  • To enroll in a Directed Study (199, 299, 699), Honors Thesis (681, 682), or Senior Thesis (691, 692) in iBio, please fill out this Course Authorization Form.