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Faculty Course Questionnaires - GEEN 1400


GEEN 1400 (3). Engineering Projects: Computing in Social Networking Sites.

Provides first-year engineering students with opportunity to apply mathematical and scientific skills in interdisciplinary engineering projects. Students work in teams to design and build engineering projects under guidance of engineering faculty. Prototype projects are exhibited at an end-of-semester design expo.

GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Computing in Social Networking Sites
Siek, Katie
Spring 2009 (sec. 030) HiHiHi7-9Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Engineering Costumes
Eisenberg, Ann
Spring 2010 (sec. 080) HiMidMid10-12Hi
Eisenberg, Michael
Spring 2010 (sec. 080) HiMidMid10-12Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Games for Health
Siek, Katie
Fall 2009 (sec. 030) HiHiHi10-12Hi
Fall 2010 (sec. 100) HiHiHi10-12Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: LEGO Robots
Bauer, Kevin
Spring 2007 (sec. 050) HiHiHi4-6Hi
Bennett, John
Spring 2002 (sec. 080) HiHiHiHiHi
Shucker, Brian
Fall 2006 (sec. 110) HiHiHi4-6Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Leonardo da Vinci: The Engineer
Eisenberg, Michael
Fall 2005 (sec. 100) HiHiStarStarStar
Fall 2007 (sec. 090) HiHiHi4-6Hi
Fall 2008 (sec. 090) HiHiStar7-9Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Mechanical Automata
Eisenberg, Ann
Spring 2008 (sec. 050) HiHiHi7-9Star
Fall 2008 (sec. 130) HiHiHi7-9Hi
GEEN 1400. Engineering Projects: Software Exhibits
Lewis, Clayton
Spring 2006 (sec. 080) HiHiHiStarStar

The Faculty Course Questionnaire (FCQ) program allows students to rate their instructors and courses at the end of each term. It provides information to instructors for teaching improvement, to students for course selection, and to deans and chairs for management. Students evaluate each course-section in three ways: multiple-choice "core" questions printed on all FCQ forms, multiple-choice optional questions selected and/or written by the instructor and/or the department, and several open-ended items which request student comments.

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