Some (potentially) useful links:

The
course information handout, including the
course description, course requirements, grading policy,
and prerequisites.

Other materials handed out in class.

The course
problem sets.
Problem set 1: due 1/25: Postscript file, PDF file, TeX source.
Problem set 2: due 2/1: Postscript file, PDF file, TeX source.
Problem set 3: due 2/15: Postscript file, PDF file, TeX source.
Problem set 4: due 2/27: Postscript file, PDF file, TeX source.
Problem set 5: due 3/8: Postscript file, PDF file
, TeX source.
Problem set 6: due 3/29: Postscript file, PDF file
, TeX source.
Problem set 7: due 4/5: Postscript file, PDF file
, TeX source.
Problem set 8: due 4/12: Postscript file, PDF file
, TeX source.
Problem set 9: due 4/24: Postscript file, PDF file
, TeX source.

The instructor's running
TeXed lecture notes for the course.

Allen Hatcher's textbook is available
on the web from his website,
including errata sheets! I recently received an email from James Munkres noting that
the solutions to his homework problems are becoming increasingly easy to find on the
web, but I'm not going to say where... He also kindly sent an
erratum sheet for the second edition of his textbook.

The class lockbox
(password required).
Information useful in the preparation for the June qualifying exam
in pointset topology/algebraic topology/differential topology.
Office hours:
Tentatively
 Tuesday 9:3010:30
 Thursday 9:3010:30
If you can't make it to office hours and would like
to make an appointment, please send me email (or phone).
You are also welcome to drop by outside of office hours, although
I may be too busy or out of the office (in which case we
can set up an appointment for
another time). You can also send me questions
by email, if you'd prefer.