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ENGR 111: Foundations of Engineering I
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Yifeng Ren Master’s degree from SEMO. Approximately 12 years as an associate professor I worked in two companies more than six years as a design engineer. started teaching at A&M in Fall 2008.
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Contact Details Office: Rm. 241 CVLB, Office hours: TR 2:00-4:00pm or By Appointment Phone # (979)845 - 6213 E-mail: [email protected] Web Site: http://enotes.tamu.edu/
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Instructional Team Engineering Principles – Dr. Engineering Skills – Mrs.Yifeng Ren Teaching Assistant – - Responsible for all Grading, in Class help, etc Peer Teacher – - Responsible for student feedback, help sessions, etc Contact Information is in the Syllabus and Enotes
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Your Team Members Your other resource! - Professional Skills Working in Teams Study Skills Professionalism – in and out of class Introduce yourself to the other members of your team Get their contact information and schedule
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Welcome to ENGR 111 ! Sit according to the team assignments posted. These will be adjusted next week if necessary. Computer Login: User ID: aggie plus 4-dig login number Password : Password2011
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Get your Computer Login Information The default password for all the accounts is “password”. You’ll change the password the first time you login Use your personal user id and password from now on.
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