College of Engineering
DEN-299 Honors Seminar
Fall 2006

 

Date

Topic and Links
Speaker(s)

Host

1. August 21
Engineering Honors Orientation

Part-Time Opportunities Fair August 24

R. Hayter
Hayter
2. August 28
Career Planning

Career Fair September 19-20

Larry Stecker

Et al.

Kramer
September 4
Labor Day
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3. September 11

Fiedler Library
Library Orientation Schedule
A. Trussell
Kramer
4. September 18
S. Kiefer
Clark
5. September 25

Engineering Student Organizations

J. Hohenbary
Hayter
   October 2

Fall Break

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6. October 9
Creative Problem Solving
A. Goodman
Clark
7. October 161
Departmental Honors Orientation
Engg. Departments
8. October 23
Study Abroad
J. Chambers, et al.
Clark
9. October 30

National Council of Examiners for Engg. & Surveying
FE and PE Exam Schedule
NSPE Engineering Ethics
IEEE Code of Ethics
ASHRAE Code of Ethics

On-line Ethics Center for Engineering & Science

R. Hayter
Hayter
10. November 6
Entrepreneurship

KSU Intellectual Property Information Center

Advanced Manufacturing Institute

NISTAC

Brad Kramer

Kent Glasscock

Kramer
11. November 13

Women in Engineering & Science
L. Bitsie-Baldwin

K. Douglas
Kramer
12. November 20

Peace Corps

Engineers Without Borders

Mary Tolar

Staci Hauschild

Jonathan Seward

Clark
13. November 27
Engineering and Society

NAE Greatest Engineering Achievements

TBD
Clark, Hayter, Kramer
14. December 41
Engineering and Society
TBD
Clark, Hayter, Kramer

                                                 NO FINAL EXAM 

Dr. Gary A. Clark

129 Seaton Hall
Phone: 532-5580
e-mail: gac@ksu.edu

Dr. Richard B. Hayter

1042 Rathbone Hall
Phone: 532-5590 
e-mail: rhayter@ksu.edu

Dr. Bradley A. Kramer

2037 Durland Hall

Phone: 532-5606

e-mail: bradleyk@ksu.edu


Class Policies: http://www.engg.ksu.edu/people/rhayter/ClassPolicies.htm
Grading: 
   Attendance:            14 periods @ 5 pts = 70
   Lecture Summaries  2 summaries @15 pts = 30
   Fiedler Library Orientation2              15 pts = 15
                                      Total Possible Pts.   115
   A = 101 - 115  B = 86 -100  C = 71 - 85D = 56 - 70  F < 56
1Attend and summarize two  major campus lectures during the semester such as Landon Lecture, Lou Douglas Lecture, Dorothy L. Thompson Lecture, Vernon Larson International Lecture, etc., or College of Engineering guest lecture that is not sponsored by your department or living unit.  Each lecture summary must be one page in length, double-spaced.  Include your name, and date in the upper right corner.  Minimum of one summary is due no later than October 16 and a second by December 4.  Send summaries to Dr. Hayter via K-State Online in MSWord or Rich Text format using "File Drop Box" found as a drop-down under “Collaboration” in the DEN299 opening screen.
 

Participate in a Fiedler Library guided orientation (see library orientation schedule)


 
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Updated on: October 2, 2006