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Streveler Aug 25 - Welcome to ENGR 195 Transforming Ideas...

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Welcome to… ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Tuesday, August 25, 2009
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Overview for today WELCOME!! Meet the instructional team and some of your fellow students Learn about the course What is expected of you Preview some of the main concepts of the course
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ENGR 195 Course Goals Successful completion of this course will enable you to: Link own career goals with the nature of engineering and the characteristics of various engineering disciplines Use modeling tools to make design decisions Use a design process to solve complex engineering design challenges
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Learning Objectives for Today At the end of the class period, you will be able to: Name your professor and one thing about her Recognize other members of your ENGR 195 instructional team Define “engineering” Define “team” Explain why engineers work in teams and how diverse perspectives are critical for design/problem solving List at least two expectations of you in ENGR 195
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Prof. Ruth Streveler Raised in Indiana (Hammond) Lived in Hawaii and Colorado for many years before returning to the Midwest in 2006. Lives in Lafayette with husband, Glenn Chang (photographer) and our Golden Retriever, Nutmeg Prof. Streveler (sounds like “reveler”) Office: ARMS 1307 Streveler @purdue.edu
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Lucia Irrgang – Graduate Teaching Assistant Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina Started my undergraduate at Purdue in 2000 Currently working on Ph. D. in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering Lives in Lafayette with husband, Andrew Irrgang (physicist) Email: [email protected] Note: Lucia’s maiden name was Lucia Capdevila , hence the funky email address
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Your ENGR 195 Instructional Team Undergraduate Peer Teachers: Jonathan Blair Brianne Perry Iskandar Ramli Laura Jean Stargradt Grader: To be determined Course Coordinator : Prof. Matthew Ohland Laboratory Coordinator Chell Nyquist Office: ARMS 1226 [email protected]
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Others That Are Interested in Your ENGR 195 Success Eric Holloway, Director of Labs Professors (9 of them) Graduate Teaching Assistants (7 of them) Undergraduate TAs (still scheduling) First-Year Engineering Advisors Tau Beta Pi (engineering honor society) hosts tutoring hours
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Prof. Streveler [email protected] ENGR 195 Email Etiquette : Formal – not texting Always include your full name Subject must be “ ENGR 195 – Topic” You are responsible for reading your @purdue.edu mail . All course, first-year engineering advising, and university
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Streveler Aug 25 - Welcome to ENGR 195 Transforming Ideas...

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