Welcome to General Engineering 1003
Please be advised that all of you who worked on robot SLDPs need to come in to a scheduled Open Lab to complete your kit returns by Friday 5/5/17. You must have everything in your kit that is listed on your contract, or you will need to replace what is missing. If you were nominated for a Nick Russo Award, do not disassemble your robot! Bring it in with your kit and notify the Open Lab TAs that you are a Nick Russo nominee.
Good luck on your finals!!
This is a reminder that today is the last day to apply to be an EG TA! We are not accepting late applications, so please submit your resume and cover letter by midnight tonight at eg.poly.edu/apply! If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good luck on your finals!
As the semester comes to a close, please take the time to fill out this survey about EG 1003. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! The link to the survey has been provided below:
Good luck on your exams!
Applications are open to become an EG1003 Teaching Assistant! If this is something that interests you, please apply at eg.poly.edu/apply. You have until May 1st, 2017 to apply. Requirements include having at least a B+ in the class and a GPA of at least 2.8. Please reach out to TAs or any of the EG1003 staff if you have any questions at all about being a TA or the application process. Hope to see your applications and good luck with Commissioning/Submitting your SLDPs!
Because of the snow day, Tuesday Open Lab is cancelled. Stay safe in the storm!
If you are doing MRR as your SLDP, please note that Part 2 is now available and is required for commissioning. For those of you who have already commissioned, you still need to complete Part 2 in order to submit. Remember, you only do the tests corresponding to the sample types you travel to.
We have extened the submission deadline for 3D Printed Logos and Course Modifications to Friday, March 24th. If you have any questions or concerns, please go down to the Prototyping Lab (RH 223) and talk to the TA working there.
For those of you who plan on printing your logo and course modification by yourselves, please be advised that you still need to submit online via the 3D Printing Submission tab and get approved. Additionally, you MUST send an email addressed to both email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org informing the Prototyping committee that your plan is to print independently. If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to use your course modification or receive extra credit for anything 3D printed.
Lastly, it is now required that if you submit a logo/course modification to be 3D printed (regardless of whether you are printing independently or choosing to have the Prototyping committee print your part), it is no longer enough to wait to see if you have been approved or denied via the website. We are now requiring that you go to the Prototyping Lab after submitting and get feedback in person from a Prototyping Lab TA. This way, you will know sooner that your print has been approved, and if it has not been, this will expedite the correction process.
The Prototyping Lab is open from 12PM-6PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesday, it is open from 2PM-6PM.
If you have any questions about any of these updates, feel free to email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy your Spring Break!
We will be having Open Labs during Spring Break! Please check the Open Lab Schedule for available times. We will update you with any changes to the schedule due to the upcoming weather.
If you have any questions, please contact your Recitation TAs, professors, or email us at email@example.com.
This is a reminder that Professor Duncan is holding a workshop tomorrow in Pfizer from 12:30-2 about how to write a lab report. If you attend, you will receive extra credit on your lab report. This is a great opportunity to develop your writing skills for the future! See you all tomorrow!
The new schedules are available on the Syllabus page of the website. The only sections that have significant changes are Sections B and D. Sections B and D will not have recitation this Tuesday (2/14). All other sections will follow their normal schedule.
If you have any questions, please check your Schedule. All the details can be found there. If there are any further questions, please ask your Recitation TA, professor, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the snow closure tomorrow, all sections effected (B and D labs and A, E, K recitations) will not be meeting. Their schedules will also be bumped back one week. So for the lab sections, you will be having Lab 3 next week.
This also means that B and D recitations will not meet this upcoming Tuesday. All Schedules will be updated tonight and tomorrow. We will post an additional announcement when your schedules are updated. Anything due tonight is STILL due tonight.
If you have any questions, please ask your recitation TA or professor. If you have any very serious concerns, feel free to reach out to email@example.com. Have a good day!
On Tuesday, February 14th, one of our writing consultants, Duncan Osborne, will be hosting a How To Write a Lab Report Workshop that will focus on technical writing skills and tricks needed for both EG-1003 and the future. The workshop will start at 12:30 pm in Pfizer Auditorium.
Attendance is not mandatory; however, in addition to improving your writing skills, you will be awarded 10 extra points on your Lab 3 lab report for attending the workshop.
You may have noticed that our website went down for a little bit earlier tonight. Please double check to make sure anything submitted in the last couple of hours has gone through.
Sorry for the trouble! Have a good night.
For staffing information for the course you may click on "Sections" found on the left menu portion of this webpage under "Course Information" heading. Room numbers for recitations and labs may also be found on the same page. Lectures will take place in Pfizer Auditorium in Dibner (5 Metrotech). Recitations and Labs are mainly run by TAs. You may familiarize yourselves with all of the EG TAs by clicking on "Teaching Assistants" and looking up your TAs by their names.
If you have any further questions regarding the course, assignments, staffing, or anything else you may direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a successful semester!