ENGE1024 Week1 Lecture s08

ENGE1024 Week1 Lecture s08 - Welcome ENGE1024 Engineering...

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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Welcome! ENGE1024 Engineering Exploration Week 1 Lecture
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Instructor Dr. Vinod K Lohani, PhD (Civil) VT GTAs Ricky Castles (PhD student, ECE) Ken Stanton (PhD student, EngE) Prashanth Jayaraman (MS student, ISE) Other resource persons Jennifer Mullin (PhD student, EngE) Dr. Don Ohanehi (Advisor)
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION What skills do you think a future engineer needs, say in the year 2020? Introduce yourself to two nearby students. Talk to these students and create a short list of skills. Be prepared to share your thoughts with the class.
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Attributes of engineers in 2020 Strong analytical skills Practical ingenuity Creativity Communication (skills) Business and management Leadership Professionalism High ethical standards Dynamism, agility, resilience, flexibility Lifelong learning The Engineer of 2020 www.nap.edu/openbook/0309091624/html/
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Course response to feedback received from students in past including fall 2007 Additional problem solving activities More open-ended hands-on activities Integration of technology into instruction More opportunities for engineering ethics discussion More information about the engineering disciplines
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Advising topics of the day Unless otherwise instructed, address your professor as Professor <Last Name>. When you send your advisor/professor an email, address the email properly and sign your name. You are required to read your email!
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EDUCATION Example of a Don’t: Example of a Do: Hey, Can u let me know my course grade ASAP Dear Prof. <Last Name>, Is it also possible for you to send me my course grade electronically? If not, could I please schedule an appointment with you to discuss my course grade? <Student Name>
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course ENGE 1024 taught by Professor Dcohanehi during the Spring '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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ENGE1024 Week1 Lecture s08 - Welcome ENGE1024 Engineering...

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