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EGN-1002 - Introduction. By Wilmer Arellano. Syllabus. EGN 1002 Engineering Orientation Summer 2014 Prerequisite: Corequisite : Instructor: Wilmer Arellano Office: EC 3834 Office Phone: X-74905 (during office hours only) (305-348-4905) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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EGN-1002 - Introduction

EGN-1002 - IntroductionBy Wilmer Arellano

SyllabusEGN 1002 Engineering Orientation Summer 2014Prerequisite: Corequisite:

Instructor: Wilmer ArellanoOffice: EC 3834Office Phone: X-74905 (during office hours only) (305-348-4905)Office Hours: T, TR: 9:00 AM - 10:50 PM (by appointment)Classroom: EC 1116Class Schedule: T, TR: 10:50 AM 2:10 PMCourse Website: web.eng.fiu.edu/~arellanoEmail: arellano@fiu.eduDepartment Phone: (305) 348-2807SyllabusText Book: Not RequiredReferences: Philip Kosky, George Wise, Robert Balmer, William Keat. (2010). Elsevier. Exploring Engineering. (Second Edition) ISBN: 978-0-12-374723-5Kirk D. Hagen. (2009). Prentice Hall. Introduction to Engineering Analysis (Third Edition). eText ISBN-10: 0-13-208484-8 Print ISBN-10: 0-13-601772-X William C. Oakes, Les L. Leone and Craig J. (2006). Gunn. Engineering your Future (5th Edition). Michigan: Great Lakes Press, Inc./ Sheridan Books, Inc. ISBN 978-1-881018-86-5

SyllabusCourse Objectives: After completing this course, students are expected to have learned the following:1.The specialization areas and professional organizations for engineers2.How an engineer plans and completes a project3.Basic computer tools used by engineers4.How to write a technical report5.How to prepare and give an effective oral presentation6.How to work effectively within a team7.Professional Ethics8.Importance of Lifelong learning

Syllabus

Syllabus

Hardware ProjectAutonomous CarThe Clients Need

Verbally presented at class time.

Team 1

Team 2

Team 4

Team 5Video SamplesVideo 1Video 2Video 3AttritionA factor, normally expressed as a percentage, reflecting the degree of losses of personnel or material due to various causes within a specified period of time.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/attrition+rateAttritionThe typical engineering major today spends 18.5 hours per week studying. The typical social sciences major, by contrast, spends about 14.6 hours.http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/20/why-students-leave-the-engineering-track/?_r=0AttritionSTEM fields (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) have also had less grade inflation than the humanities and social sciences have in the last several decades. AttritionRoughly fifty percent of the students who begin in engineering leave the field before receiving their engineering degree. Typically half of this attrition occurs during the first year. Its causes may vary widely from student to student e.g. disinterest in the field of engineering, lack of fundamental preparation, lack of confidence to succeed.Engineering Attrition: Student Characteristics and Educational InitiativesLarry J. Shuman, Cheryl Delaney, Harvey Wolfe, and Alejandro ScaliseUniversity of PittsburghMary Besterfield-SacreUniversity of Texas El PasoAttritionA recent study of 113 undergraduates who left engineering in 2004, 2007, and 2008 points to three key reasons: poor teaching and advising; the difficulty of the engineering curriculum; and a lack of belonging within engineering. http://www.asee.org/retention-project/keeping-students-in-engineering-a-research-guide-to-improving-retentionABET Defines Engineering as:The profession in which knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences, gained by study, experience, and practice, is applied with judgment to develop ways to use, economically, the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind.Engineering at FIUSchool of Computing and Information Sciences Biomedical Engineering Civil EngineeringEnvironmental Engineering Construction Management Electrical EngineeringComputer Engineering Mechanical EngineeringMaterials Engineering Keeping a Notebook22Why is it important to keep a notebook?Some times instructors follow many different books and finding all the sources the instructor used may be difficultIt is useful as a guideline for studyingAs you are using your handwriting and listening simultaneously memory improvesIt helps to keep you awakeMy exams are open notebook, the notebook is the only document you can use in the tests23Table of ContentsGet a numbered notebook or number the pages by handUse the first or second page as a table of contentsTable of contents entries must include date, topic and page #24Body Language

Hardware Project18,235,008 ViewsYour body language shapes who you areKinesicsKinesics: The study of nonlinguistic bodily movements, such as gestures and facial expressions, as a systematic mode of communication.The non verbal aspects of communication have been broadly studied only since 1960.

29The principle of serviceable associated Habits

30The principle of Antithesis

31Gesture ClustersThe verbal channel conveys information.The non verbal channel is used for negotiating interpersonal attitudes.The non verbal channel can be up to 5 times greaterWhen the verbal and non-verbal channels are incongruent; the verbal channel may be disregarded.32The Zones

33The Zones

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35Elevators RuleYou are not permitted to speak to anyone, including a person you know.You must avoid eye contact with others at all times.You are to maintain a poker face, no emotion is permitted to be displayed.If you have a book or newspaper, you must appear to be deeply engrossed in it.The bigger the crowd, the less the body movement you are permitted to make.In elevators, you are compelled to watch the floor numbers above your head.

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The Basics and the OriginsSome gestures can be traced to our primitive animal past. As in the case of hostile gesture of baring the teeth.Most of the basic communications gestures are the same all over the world the as the shoulder shrug to show that a person does not know or does not understand what you are talking about

37The Basics and the OriginsAs verbal language differs from culture to culture, so the non verbal language may also some differences.

38Some Positive & Negative Expressions39Some Positive & Negative ExpressionBody PostureEyesArms, Hands and LegsHand to Face GesturesOther Positive Signs

40Body Posture

Relaxed posture and breathing, no visible signs of stiffness or abrupt movements.Salesmanship. "Do not turn your upper body away from the prospect. It doesn't make you look casual; it makes you look afraid, uninterested, or even unfriendly

41Eyes

Gazing at another's eyes arouses strong emotions. Thus, eye contact rarely lasts longer than three seconds. Looking to all parts of the audience and not staring at just one particular person. Not looking back at your visual aid when talking about it. Or reading too much from your notes.42PalmsWhenever cavemen met, their palms exposed to show that no weapons were held or concealed.When someone begins to open up or be truthful, he/she will expose all or part of his/her palms.Most people find it difficult to lie with their palms exposed.Positive Sign.

Negative sign.

43Palms

44Arms, Hands and LegsPositive Language Uncrossed arms, hands and legs, palms up or otherwise visible to the other person. This is a sign of openness. Negative Language Arms folded in the front or hands on your hips. This can indicate dominance of the speaker over the audience, which can hinder the audience from listening to you. 45Arms, Hands and LegsPositive LanguageNegative Language

46Negative Language

47Negative Language

48Negative Language

49Other Positive Signs Positive Language Smiling to the audience and/or adding humor to your speech. Reducing the distance between you and your audience indicates an interest in your audience. Talking with your hands, and particularly with palms open show sincerity.

Negative Language Talking in a monotonous tone and with a lack of facial expression. Staying as far away as possible from the audience.Not using your hands is a sign of stiffness, which can create boundaries in communication.

50Hand to Face GesturesIn general, during your presentation, avoid touching your face, head and neck. It can be interpreted as a negative sign or as a lie indicator.

51Speak no Evil

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53See no Evil

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55Hear no Evil

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58Introduce Yourself59OutlineRelevant information about your recent pre-college achievements, activities, and experiences.Statements of your character supported by details of your achievements.The employer will be looking for what reasons motivated you to become an engineer.Your position about the greatest engineering challenges in the near future.

SupportClaims about your character must be supported by details of your achievements, activities and experiences as a high school and time as engineering student.61MotivationsThe employer will be looking for what reasons motivated you to become an engineerFamily related, Designing objects always interested you, You know an engineer who motivated you62AwarenessThe employer will be looking for your position about the greatest challenges that the engineering disciplines must face in the near future. Select one topic and present your position. You could use as a reference the links bellow. This section should be at least half of the essay.http://www.engineeringchallenges.org/cms/challenges.aspx

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Grading Policy

Lab Reports and Classwork. This includes robot building, and brainstorming sessions.20%

Robotic Project35%

Fully Functional Robot15%

Written Report10%

Video Report10%

Engineering Disciplines Report15%

Engineering Disciplines Presentation15%

Final Exam15%

Total100%

Grading ScaleA95-100B+86-89C+76-79D+66-69F0-59

A-90-94B83-85C73-75D63-65

B-80-82C-70-72D-60-62

All assignments are due at the beginning of class. The following deductions a