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  • Undergraduate Student Handbook » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Resources Announcements This Week in the COE Undergraduate Student Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Resources Undergraduate Student Handbook Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Advanced Placement Credit Auditing a Class Changing Majors Combined Degree Dean s List Degree Audit Double Major Dropping or Withdrawing from classes Graduating with Honors Internship Co Op Minors Petitions Preprofessional Programs Privacy Policy Registration Release for Letter of Recommendation Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Options Student Organizations Study Abroad Transient Students Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs Parents Visitors Visit the College Family Guide to Academic

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  • Success Workshops » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    the COE Peer Advisors who are a great resource for all Engineering students They will familiarize you with the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering advising process help you navigate ISIS and orient you to the UF registration system This is required for first year students who are advised by the Engineering Advising Center That means that if you began at UF in summer B or fall 2013 and you are Aerospace Exploratory Chemical Computer Science Digital Arts Sciences Industrial Systems or Mechanical Engineering you should attend Registration for these is via Doodle You have been sent an email with complete instructions Critical Tracking Workshop By invitation only Participants will gain an in depth understanding of the critical tracking requirements for their intended majors and develop an action plan to help them achieve their academic goals First workshop in a 2 part series Academic Power Tools APT APT provides valuable strategies for improving academic performance Self assessment clarification of goals study strategies and time management are among the topics covered Participants will develop a written action plan and attend periodic meetings to address challenges and stay on track Identify your academic strengths and learn to effectively manage study time out of class work and extracurricular requirements Clarify your academic personal and professional development goals Designed to help students take control of their academic careers and promote success APT is a semester long program comprised of monthly workshops conducted by USA Advisors and weekly check ins with COE Peer Advisors Bring class schedules and course syllabi to the first meeting Seating is limited You must be registered to attend Everything you need to know about Graduate School Learn about applications admission writing a letter of intent and getting those very important recommendations This workshop will provide a checklist and help you develop

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  • EGS1006 – Introduction to Engineering » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Engineering Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Credits 1 EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering offers students a chance to explore the different engineering majors offered through the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Students break into groups of 20 rotating weekly twice weekly during the summer through each department During these visits students participate in hands on experiments to help them make informed decisions about choosing a major and the career opportunities available to graduates What should you expect while taking this course The grade for this course is based primarily on attendance and participation Please review the syllabus for complete information on the class EGS1006 Summer B 2015 Syllabus and Room Locations EGS1006 Summer B 2015 Schedule Grid Final For assistance in locating buildings consult the UF Campus Map Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation

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  • Graduating With Honors » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    work independently and manage her his time well Is prepared to work hard to continuously improve her his writing and analytical skills Is excited about developing positive mentoring relationships with faculty experts Wants to cultivate her his innate curiosity and passion for learning new things What s the general timeline for writing a thesis Writing an undergraduate thesis may not be as time consuming as writing a graduate thesis but it still requires a great deal of planning and dedication Be prepared for a 2 4 semester commitment that looks something like this 1 ASK QUESTIONS Discuss your interest in an honors thesis with your academic advisor and or your department s Undergraduate Coordinator and listen to their valuable advice 2 FIND A MENTOR Research faculty members who may be willing to mentor you and discuss project ideas with them Where to start looking Your department s online faculty directory Within other departments colleges UF Center for Undergraduate Research 3 COMMIT TO A PROJECT Select your faculty mentor or co mentors and begin to shape your project idea into reality Note that this process may require you to do some additional training either in the classroom or in a lab Notify your departmental academic advisor of your decision to write a thesis 4 PLAN AND ORGANIZE Write a thesis proposal and turn it in to your mentor Make adjustments and carefully improve your research design as needed based on their guidance 5 LOOK FOR EXTRA RESOURCES If needed explore funding resources for your project Talk to your mentor and visit the University Scholars Program websit e 6 GATHER YOUR EXPERTS Create your undergraduate thesis committee with the help of your faculty mentor Fill out the Appointment of Supervisory Committee Form obtain the necessary signatures and turn in the completed form to your major department You are required to have at least three committee members one of whom must be from outside your major program It s okay to have co chairs for your committee It s also okay if one of those co chairs is from another UF department or college however at least one chair must be from your own major department 7 DIVE INTO YOUR PROJECT Work on your project under the supervision of your faculty mentor Register for research credits as needed For the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering research credits are designated as EGN4912 Engineering Directed Independent Research and may be taken for 0 to 3 credits per semester with a maximum limit of 12 credits See your departmental advisor for assistance with the registration process 8 ANALYZE AND WRITE Summarize your data and document what you learn For assistance with formatting go to the Honors Program website Make sure you work closely with your faculty mentor s during this critical time their editing and constructive suggestions will help you produce an even better thesis 9 PRESENT YOUR FINDINGS Complete the Honors Thesis Submission Form and have your mentor sign and date the form Your department

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  • Computer Requirements » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    of information submit assignments and communicate with other students and faculty electronically In order to do so the requirements documented below must be met The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering does not make any specific recommendations regarding your choice of Mac or PC computers Depending on the software required for some courses Mac users should be prepared to run Boot Camp software provided in utilities on the Mac so that they can run a Windows operating system The Windows OS is available at low or no cost through the UF Bookstore and via the DreamSpark program offered to all engineering students Students and faculty in all engineering majors use both types of computers with equal success Minimum Hardware Requirements Component Minimum Configuration These minimum specifications are not necessarily available in new computer configurations currently on the market and are provided as a reference for a minimally configured computer Some departments may have specific requirements that are more restrictive than these general recommendations Processor Intel Core i3 2 2Ghz Memory 4 GB Hard Disk 250 GB Video Card 1024 768 Resolution High Color Video Screen Any Any laptop screen larger than 12 1 is acceptable Students may want to purchase a larger monitor for a docking station CD ROM Any speed CDROM CD RW or DVD Sound Card Any type with audio input Mouse Keyboard Any Modem 56k v 90 Network Hardware 10 100 Ethernet and Wireless Wi Fi 802 11b Network connectivity is required in many classes Additionally much of campus is covered by a campus wireless network Operating System Windows 7 Operating systems other than Microsoft Windows are allowed However in most cases a Windows based operating system will be the best choice since it will be the easiest path towards software compatibility in departmental courses Backup Hardware Any Any responsible computer owner should perform regular backups of critical datafiles Thus some method of backup is required Printer Any A printer is required but there is no current requirement on type laser inkjet model or brand Battery 2hr Minimum Current notebooks run between 1 5 and 5 hours on the included battery It is suggested that an optional battery or extended battery be purchased Minimum Software Requirements Software Description Office Suite Documents spreadsheets presentations drawings and database information must be in a format readable using Microsoft Office or Corel Office Suite newest version Documents may be transmitted in native HTML PDF or ASCII formats at the discretion of the faculty This means both information provided by the faculty for students to use and information provided by students for the faculty will conform to these formats The document transfer format will be in either one of these two office native formats HTML PDF or ASCII Any software that can read and write to these formats is acceptable However the student is responsible for making sure documents function correctly in one of these two formats Mail Client Any POP3 or IMAP compatible mail client will be sufficient Outlook Outlook Express Eudora

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  • Events » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Research K 12 Outreach Programs Students Prospective Students New Students Current Students Graduating Students Awards and Scholarships Advising Who is my advisor Hours Location Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Peer Advisors Family Guide to Academic Advising Resources Announcements This Week in the COE Undergraduate Student Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Events Submit An Event My Reservations Events All Event Categories 3375af General Events 3375af GE SF 3375af Weekly Update 3375af Student Organization Events 3375af College Tour 3375af International Engineering Programs 3375af Donuts and a Degree Plan 3375af Critical Dates a8d144 Gator Outreach a8d144 Power Up a8d144 UG Research a8d144 Academic Planning Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs Parents Visitors Visit the College Family Guide to Academic Advising Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611 6550 Phone 352 392 6000 Fax 352 392 9673 info eng ufl edu Contact webmaster Home Programs Students Advising

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  • My Reservations » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Events My Reservations Submit An Event My Reservations My Reservations Please Log In to view your bookings Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer

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  • Staff » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Contact Us Staff Staff Staff Curtis R Taylor Ph D Associate Dean for Student Affairs Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Tel 352 392 2177 312 Weil Hall University of Florida Gainesville FL 32611 Email taylor eng ufl edu Deborah Mayhew NCC Ed S Director First Year Advising and Student Development Engineering Advising Center 204 Weil Hall Tel 352 392 0944 Email dmayh eng ufl edu Matt Williams Academic Advisor and Career Coach Engineering Advising Center 204 Weil Hall Tel 352 392 0944 Email mwilliams eng ufl edu Maureen Cox Academic Advisor and Career Coach Engineering Advising Center 204 Weil Hall Tel 352 392 0944 Email mcox eng ufl edu Stephen Roberts Director Retention and Transition Programs Email srobe eng ufl edu Kanitra Perry Programs Assistant Email kperr eng ufl edu Yolanda Hankerson Programs Assistant Email yhank eng ufl edu Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs

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