Department of Computer Science
This course is intended to integrate freshman majors in computer science to the department, help them adjust to university life, and assist them in developing professional, academic, and intellectual skills. Weekly recitation sections enable the students to work with academic advisors and to develop collaborative teaming skills.
William Crum (HAAS G-26)
Vicki Gilbert, Faith Giordano, Tracy Harrington-Atkinson (LWSN 1123)
Class Large Lecture Meeting: Fridays at 11:30 - CL50 224
Class Small Group Meeting Times/Locations:
|Course - CRN||Recitation||Advisor|
|59973, 43071||Tuesday 10:30||Tracy Harrington-Atkinson|
|59893, 13163||Tuesday 11:30||Vicki Gilbert|
|65413||Tuesday 12:30||Faith Giordano|
|65414, 65415||Tuesday 1:30||Tracy Harrington-Atkinson|
|13159||Wednesday 11:30||Tracy Harrington-Atkinson|
|59890||Wednesday 11:30||Vicki Gilbert|
|59886, 59891||Wednesday 1:30||Vicki Gilbert|
|13158, 52640||Thursday 11:30||Tracy Harrington-Atkinson|
|59892, 59889||Thursday 1:30||Faith Giordano|
|59972, 48954||Friday 3:30||Faith Giordano|
To earn a passing grade in CS 191 students must accomplish:
The submission of all assignments that meet the expectations of the instructor. Assignments that do not meet expectations will be returned to be re-submitted OR will be regarded as incomplete at the discretion of the instructor. Late work is not accepted. Each incomplete or unsatisfactory assignment will count as an absence from the meeting at which the assignment was due.
You are required to attend AND successfully participate in clicker exercises for 13 of the 15 meetings this semester.
To receive full credit for a session is expected that you...
be on time (being late will result in fractional or no credit),
give your attention to our respected guests (working on laptops or being off-test will result in fractional or not credit),
and be in your assigned seat. CL50 224 - Seating Chart, your seat assignment can be found in your grades on Blackboard.
The course will meet in a small group section with the academic advisors and on Fridays meets in the large lecture. Both components of the course are required.
|Week Of||Small Group Topic||Large Lecture Topic|
|August 19||Introduction, Academic Resources||Introduction and Overview|
|August 26||Resumes, Career Fairs, Student Organizations||Career Center and Student Panel|
|September 2||Time Management||Collaborative Teaming|
|September 9||Team Building||Corporate Partner: Qualcomm|
|September 16||Plan of Study||CS Student Organizations|
|September 23||Team Building #2||Rita Baker - Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Carla Zoltowski - EPICS
|September 30||Assignment Reviews||Academic Integrity|
|October 7||October Break
|Introduction to CS 190|
All relevant class information is presented on the CS 191 Blackboard Learn site. It is expected that you check the web site frequently for updates.