COURSE SCHEDULE algal genetics sp 2012 12-13-2011

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Tentative COURSE SCHEDULE – Spring 2012 DATE: Lecture/Workshop TOPIC: ASSIGNMENTS/DUE DATES: READ McMillan F 1/6 Lecture 1: How to excel in this class Read course textlet Intro F 1/13 Lecture 2: Chlamydomonas Workshop 1: Survey of Chlamydomonas mutants Start picking a project topic of interest F 1/20 Lecture 3: Elements of a scientific paper Workshop 7: Advising on Independent Research Projects Literature research on topic (Meet in 1058 King) Ch 1,4,5,6 F 1/27 Workshops 2 – 6: Experimental Paradigms Advising on Independent Research Projects Research Report on Topic due F 2/3 Lecture 4: Strategies for Project Design Workshops 2 – 6: Continued Advising on Independent Research Projects Quiz 1 (over Lectures 1-3; Workshops 1-7; McMillan) Mandatory appt@ project design F 2/10 Workshops 2 – 6: Continued Advising on Independent Research Projects 1 st draft of research proposal
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Unformatted text preview: due Ch7,8 F 2/17 Workshops 2 --6: Last day to complete Advising on Independent Research Projects Mandatory appt@ project design F 2/24 Start Independent Projects Research Final draft of research proposal due F 3/2 Independent Projects Research F 3/9 Spring break F 3/16 Lecture 5: Data analysis, graphing and interpretation Workshop 8: Graphing and statistical analysis Workshop 9: Data analysis and interpretation Independent Projects Research Ch 2,3 F 3/23 Independent Projects Research Quiz 2 (over Lectures 4,5; workshops 9,10; McMillan) Report on Workshops 1-9 due F 3/30 Lecture 6 : Communicating about Science Independent Projects Research Ch 10 F 4/6 Last day for Independent Projects Research F 4/13 Quiet Week: Advising on Oral/Written Reports Ch7,8 (again) F 4/20 Final Oral Presentations Oral/Written reports/Portfolio due...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Levepche during the Spring '11 term at Florida State College.

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