Presentation on theme: "Welcome to ENGR10 Meet our faculty & TAs Visit our web site engineering.sjsu.edu/e10 Starting this Wed., sect. 2 lectures will be held in room 101 Morris."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to ENGR10 Meet our faculty & TAs Visit our web site engineering.sjsu.edu/e10 Starting this Wed., sect. 2 lectures will be held in room 101 Morris Dailey Auditorium
Lecture Faculty Jack Warecki Professor of Record 8 AM Lecture Ken Youssefi Professor of Record 1:30 PM Lecture
Lab Faculty Smita Duorah Ken Youssefi Javier Valencia Steven Sepka Jack Warecki
Graders and Lab Assistants Charlie Trevaskis Colin Chen Vince Nagel Simon Sorenson Matt Boyd Maitreyee Desai Jayesh Pandhe
Adding E10 The following lab. sections are open: 9, 10, 14, 17, 18, and 21 Contact Prof. Youssefi at firstname.lastname@example.org for permission code. Include your choice of lecture section and open lab.
Who Are We? Turn to your neighbor: Introduce yourself Name, major, anything else you might want to share Tell your neighbor why you are studying engineering What is one goal you have this semester
San Jose State University College of Engineering Departments Mechanical Engineering (ME) Electrical Engineering (EE) Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) Computer Engineering (CMPE)Software Engineering (SE) General Engineering Aerospace Engineering (AE)Biomedical, Chemical & Material Engineering (BCME) Aviation and Technology (AVTech) Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE)
Course Goals - Engineering At the end of this course students will be able to: Understand the steps of the engineering design process Apply basic physics concepts to the design and analysis of built systems Apply teamwork skills and resolve team conflict Write a simple engineering report and present the report orally Use tools such as spreadsheets, C++ programming, and CAD software to support engineering design and analysis Use ethical reasoning to address and evaluate ethical dilemmas Explain principles of sustainability and how they affect engineering design Recognize the value of participation in professional activities
Course Goals – GE Area E At the end of this course students will be able to: recognize the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological influences on their well-being; recognize the interrelation of the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological factors on their development across the lifespan; use appropriate social skills to enhance learning and develop positive interpersonal relationships with diverse groups and individuals; and recognize themselves as individuals undergoing a particular stage of human development, how their well-being is affected by the university’s academic and social systems, and how they can facilitate their development within the university environment.