NOTE: This old web site is out of date. This is the course web site from a past quarter, 22au (Autumn 2022). If you are a current student taking the course, this is not your class web site, and you should visit the current class web site instead.


General information

CSE190Y is a workshop designed to provide academic support for students enrolled in the Startup program. All students will attend an 80 minute session once a week where the focus will be on building study skills and developing good group and individual study habits. For those students concurrently enrolled in CSE 121/122/123, an additional 80 minute session will be used reinforce concepts learned in those courses through additional lectures, active and collaborative problem solving sessions, weekly assessments, as well as weekly 1-on-1 Check In meetings each week to evaluate student progress. Concepts will be reinforced through weekly homework (pre-work) assignments.

This course is NOT a place to receive help on CSE 12x programming assignment. Rather students will gain extra practice with the core concepts that will allow them to synthesize the material on their CSE 12x assignments independently.

Course Staff


Lauren Bricker photo

YA: Lauren Bricker (she/her)
Office Hours: in CSE 552
Mon 10:30-11:30am,
Tues 3:30-4:30pm

Omar Ibrahim photo

YB: Omar Ibrahim (he/they)
Office Hours: in CSE2 153
Mon 12-2pm

Leslie Ikeda photo

YC: Leslie Ikeda (she/her)
Office Hours: N/A


Kelby Steinmetz

Kelby Steinmetz (he/him)

Ming Do

Ming Do (he/him)

Evelyn Heckman

Evelyn Heckman (she/her)

Azucena Solano-Gonzalez

Azucena Solano-Gonzalez (she/her)

Joshua Yoo

Joshua Yoo (he/him)

Javon Hickmon

Javon Hickmon (he/him)

Mia Huynh

Mia Huynh (she/her)

Alaina Olson

Alaina Olson (she/hers)

Anthony Luong

Anthony Luong (he/his)

Joseph Jang

Joseph Jang (he/him)

Marco Woo

Marco Woo (he/him)

Getting Help

Your first stop for most questions should be our Ed Discussion board, but do not post any part of your homework solutions there (do NOT post all or part of a solution to an assignment, even to ask what is wrong with it. This includes an highly detailed descriptions of your solution to an assignment.) Detailed debugging is best handled in office hours or during check ins.

For questions involving personal matters send email to CSE 190Y staff or the instructor. You may also send Anonymous Feedback at any time, but understand we can not respond to you directly if you do. Responses, if possible, will be broadcast to the class as a whole or systematic changes to the class when necessary.