CHE 200 Syllabus Fall 2010

CHE 200 Syllabus Fall 2010 - PURDUE UNIVERSITY School of...

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P URDUE U NIVERSITY School of Chemical Engineering ChE 200: Professional Development Seminar Series – Fall 2010 Wednesday, 4:30 - 5:20pm, Forney G140 Syllabus A. Objectives The goal of this course is to introduce students to the faculty, staff, programs, curriculum and educational resources of the Chemical Engineering Department at Purdue in addition to providing tools and tips for succeeding in Chemical Engineering. A series of 13 lectures will be given. B. Instructors and Staff Mrs. Linda Davis, FRNY G111A, [email protected] Mrs. Sandy Hendryx, FRNY 1057, [email protected] C. Procedures and Policies This is a zero credit course. Grades will be assigned as either pass or fail based upon attendance, completion of class pre-work and professional conduct during the class period. Course Communications Blackboard Vista: All course materials, announcements and web links will be posted on the Blackboard Vista site for this course. Each student is responsible for confirming that they can access Blackboard Vista. Rarely will handouts be given during class due to the size of the class. E-mail : E-mail will be used for announcements and reminders from the instructor. Email communication will be sent to the students on the enrolled-student email list ( fall-2010- [email protected] ). You are responsible for making sure that you receive emails sent to this list. Specifically, make sure that these emails are not being caught by any spam filtering software. If you do not receive these emails and spam filtering is not the reason, please verify that you are enrolled in the course and ensure that your email is
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