Category: School

Test

I’m doomed, doomed I say! I have an impending test in 2 hours and 26 minutes (+/- 5 minutes) had a test. Agggg. I keep getting the feeling like I’m being led to my own execution… All rise, as the honorable Judge hands down his sentence: Judge: You have been sentenced to death by paper! […]

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Students: Do they EVER get stuff done?

I often ask myself this question, wondering how effective, say, 20 undergrads would be versus one janitor – changing a lightbulb. Not to shed bad light on undergrads, I’m one as it is, but one incident struck me as the power, or lack thereof, of a collective body of students. Now, I need to make […]

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More Projects?

More or less, yeah. This time it’s traveling back in time to the wonderful ME 350. Now this was one class I thoroughly enjoyed. The semester I took it, the course was split into two “parts” – the first part designing a pump, the second modeling a linkage in Adams. The second part was OK, […]

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Ye ask fer content, ye get it…

Yeah, well, whatever. Here’s a picture of my ME 395 end of semester project. ME 395 is a glorified lab – a semester of labs that introduce the student to hours of data analysis, multiple papers, and methods of testing. Or, as the Course Description says: Weekly lectures and experiments designed to introduce the student […]

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