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PHYSICS 596 AUTUMN 2008 RE-REVISED DAILY SCHEDULE (14 students) Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sept. 24-26 Organization of class NO CLASS Basic Scientific Writing I Sept. 29-Oct. 3 Basic Scientific Writing II Topics for short paper due NO CLASS Grammar 1 NO CLASS Grammar 2 Oct. 6-10 NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS Oct. 13-17 Sick Sentences First paper draft with outline due Sick Sentences/Style Giving Talks NO CLASS NO CLASS Oct. 20-24 Editing Practicum NO CLASS Short Presentations Arnold, Belcher Short Presentations Blanza, Delombard NO CLASS Oct. 27-31 Short Presentations Eiting, Emerick Short Presentations Johnson, King Short Presentations Talwar, Martin
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Unformatted text preview: second paper due Short Presentations Miller, Paschal Short Presentations Lightle, Schaefer First paper final version due Nov. 3-7 Latex 1 NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS Long Presentation Arnold Nov. 10-14 Long Presentation Belcher HOLIDAY Long Presenation Blanza Long Presentation Delombard NO CLASS Nov. 17-21 Long Presentation Eiting Second paper draft due Long Presentation Emerick Long Presentation Johnson Long Presentation King Long Presentation Talwar Nov. 24-28 Long Presentation Martin Long Presentation Miller Long Presentation Paschal Lightle HOLIDAY HOLIDAY Dec. 1-5 Long Presentation SET’s Schaefer NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS Second paper final version due...
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