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ENGR166 Foundations of Engineering Required text “Materials In Today’s World” Peter A. Thrower, Jr., 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc (1996) Instructor Dr. Daniel Goberman [email protected] 486-5478 Office: UTEB. Rm 266 Class Web Site http://www.ims.uconn.edu/~goberman/ENGR166/index.html
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Homework 15% - due one week from announcement date at the beginning of class Exams 1, 2 25% each GRADING Letter Grade Assignments: A: 92.5 – 100% A-: 89.5 - 92.49 B+: 86.5 - 89.49 B: 82.5 – 86.49 B-: 79.5 – 82.49 C+: 76.5 – 79.49 C: 72.5 – 76.49 C-: 69.5 – 72.49 …… Final Exam 35% - cumulative
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1) All homework will be completed independently unless otherwise instructed. The homework will be checked for completeness on the due date, but not corrected. Possible grades for homework are: excellent, acceptable, below average and 0. Late homework will result in a below average mark (better than a 0!). 2) All exams will be closed notes and closed books. Exams 1 and 2 will be held in class, lasting 1 hour 15 minutes. The Final Exam will be 2 hours long at a time and location to be announced. 3) Don’t miss exams. If you absolutely must miss an exam, a certified medical excuse must be provided after the exam, or instructor approval obtained before the exam in order to be offered a make-up exam. Policies and Procedures
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Talking – if you feel compelled to speak to your neighbor, keep it quiet and short ! If I feel that your conversation is disruptive, I will throw things at you*… Food and Drink – are technically not allowed, but I am not the food- police…don’t make a mess! Sleeping – Sometimes circumstances and my smooth voice can gang-up on you. If you start falling asleep, do something about it (that’s not overly disruptive). If you fall asleep, I reserve the right to wake you up* . Punctuality
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