Welcome to General Engineering 1003
If anyone has seen or is in possession of battery #70, please bring it to RH 515A as soon as possible! Thank you and good luck with the rest of the semester!
You are required to return your EV3 Kits before the end of Open Lab at 8:30 PM this Friday (12/9). If you are missing a major item of your kit, you are required to purchase a replacement and to use that to return your kit.
Additionally, if you are nominated for the Nick Russo Award please do not disassemble your kit and notify the TA when you are returning your kit. If you fail to return your kit, there will be serious repercussions.
If you have any questions, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or email your Recitation TA and professor.
Just a quick reminder that you need to bring in a print out of your final presentations just like you would for every lab! Also, please remember that you should be dressing in business attire. If you're not sure what that is, wear what you would to an interview.
If you have any questions, please contact your recitation TA, professor, or email us at email@example.com. Best of luck!
As the semester comes to an end, we ask that every student fill out our EG Course Survey. This survey is essential to improving the course to ensure that EG 1003 provides an excellent experience to all students. You will be filling out this survey in 15 minutes during your next recitation.
This survey is completely anonymous and no information other than your responses to our questions will be collected. Please be as brutually honest as possible. If you wish to provide names (either good or bad), feel free to do so. This course will only improve with your help! Thank you!
The General Engineering department is conducting an anonymous, optional survey about video instruction. In order to participate in the survey, you must be 18 years of age or older and we ask that you complete the survey with the online link provided: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cYpwltojVritiHH. Your participation is voluntary and you may skip any questions that you do not want to answer. We seek to use this data to improve the course and also as the basis of a professional presentation and publication about video instruction in first-year engineering courses, so we value your honest answers. This survey is optional. You may refuse to participate in the survey or any part of it without any penalty. We do not think anyone will be embarrassed or harmed in any way by the information they submit on this survey. Nevertheless, we will not retain personal information as part of this research, and we will not use your name in any publication. Furthermore, your recitation professors and the course director will not know which responses come from you. In addition, they will not see the individual results of these surveys until the semester is over and grades have been submitted. We are taking these steps so that you feel confident in submitting candid responses. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Prof. Jack Bringardner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The professional societies here at Tandon are hosting a professional dinner covering tips on etiquette, public speaking, networking do's and don'ts, and more!
This event is invite only and invites are only given after you have RSVP'ed. The link to RSVP is here: Professional Dinner RSVP.
This event will be taking place on Tuesday, November 1st from 6:30 to 8:30PM in the MakerSpace Event Space. There will be free food!
The due date for the 3D CAD models of your team logos and any course modifications has been moved back. Now any team logos or course modifications that you want to be printed by EG 1003 TAs is due at the same time as your Lab 7 presentation. If your design is denied, you will be allowed to resubmit after the deadline.
If you need any help with CAD or other CAD software, we will have TAs in the EG Prototyping Lab in RH223 (in the front two rooms) who have experience with CAD software and who will be working with our printers. You will have full access to our seven 3D printers in those rooms under the guidance of our TAs. The hours for the Prototyping Lab are 12pm - 6pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. The hours on Wednesday are from 2pm - 6pm.
Also, if you print a robot or course modification on your own in the MakerSpace anytime before commissioning you will still be eligible for extra credit. All you will have to do is submit your design on the website and there will be a "Printed by team" option (this will be added to website in the coming week). This can be done after the normal deadline for submitting prints and will count as the same extra credit.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com. Best of luck!
A second set of keys has been found in the lab rooms. If you or anyone you know is missing two keys on one key chain loop, please come to the TA office (515A) to pick them up!
A set of keys were recovered from Lab 1 today. If you, or someone you know, are missing keys, please stop by the TA Office to claim them. The keys have the 3D printed NYU Tandon keychain and a Coney Island Brewing Co. bottle opener, among other things.
First, please watch our Lab 5: NI ELVIS Tutorial in preparation for your labs this week! The quiz questions will be based off of this video. The video is accessible through the EG Manual or through the previous link.
Also, the student version of Microsoft Project is available for free through the Laptop Help Desk (RH 339). It is also available on any EG computer in the Model Shop or in our Labs.
Finally, The EG Prototyping Lab is open! Our 3D Printers, soldering irons, and more are accessible in RH 223 from 12 pm - 6 pm from Monday to Friday except Wednesday. Wednesday the Protolab is open from 2 pm - 6 pm.
If you have any questions, please let me know!
For those who could not attend because the room reached capacity, you can watch the presentation live through this link:
Next week, one of our Writing Consultants, Duncan Osborne, will be hosting a workshop on how to write a lab repot and how to sharpen the skills needed to write effectively. Lab reports are a significant portion of your EG 1003 grade and they will be an important part of many of your future classes. So we strongly urge you to come. The workshop will be in JAB 474 on Tuesday, September 27th at 12:30 pm.
In addition to this, we will be rewarding anyone that comes 10 extra points on their Lab 3 Report.
For Lab 3: Project Evaluation and Quality Improvement, please watch our 3D Modeling and Quality Improvement video before your lab. Some of the topics covered in this video will be covered in your quiz before class.
If you have any questions, please email your recitation TA or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 JAB473. 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 email@example.com. Have a successful semester!