Intro - ENGR 102 Fall 2008 The Engineering Bridge Science...

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ENGR 102 Fall 2008 ENGR 102 Introduction to Engineering August 26, 2008 Mr. David Gilblom
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ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Agenda Introduction Syllabus Information sheets Team formation Clickers Homework #1
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ENGR 102 Fall 2008 What is Engineering? Engineering is the foundation of our Nation’s global leadership in technology and innovation. This leadership is the key to our continued economic growth and national security. Engineering also serves as the bridge between science and society, where the fruits of basic research and education are transformed into new technologies and robust systems that make our lives better, safer, and more productive. NSF FY 2007 Budget Request to Congress, P.79 To define it rudely but not inaptly, engineering . .. is the art of doing that well with one dollar, which any bungler can do with two after a fashion. Arthur Mellen Wellington (1847–1895), U.S. engineer. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways, 6th edition, introduction (1900).
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Unformatted text preview: ENGR 102 Fall 2008 The Engineering Bridge Science Society E NGI NE ERIN G Communication Projects Dissection Sustainability Teamwork Solid Works Excel Oral Presen-tations Clubs Ethics Reports Resumes Info Lit. ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus - Introduction ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus – Assignments and Grading 10% 20% ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus - Policies Extra Credit Electronic Equipment Late Policy Clickers Attendance Special Needs Dishonesty ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus - Responsibility Behavior Main Lecture D2L Section D2L Force Majeure Academic Center ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus – Schedule, Weeks 1-6 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus – Schedule, Weeks 7-12 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Syllabus – Schedule, Weeks 13-17 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Information Sheets ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Form Teams ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Homework # 1 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 For Next Time Read the Syllabus Hand in Team Rosters Read Chapters 1, 2 and 3 in the text...
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