We're looking forward to meeting you at the first lecture today!
Stamps Auditorium is in the Walgreen Drama Center on North Campus. This building is located immediately north of Pierpont Commons. Go in the doors by the Lurie Bell Tower and you'll be right there!
Meet and Greet / How Labs Will Work
Proffice hours will start after the semester begins, so check back then for times to come see us!
Staff office hours will start after the semester begins, so check back then for times to come see us!
Updated syllabus will be added soon.
Updated norms and expectations for meetings, email, and other forms of communication in the course will be added soon.
Updated course staff list will be added soon!
Answers to frequently asked questions about ENGR 101 (continually updated)
Project code is submitted to the autograder; the autograder is linked at the top of this course webpage. Read this guide to the autograder to learn more about using the autograder.
All project code is subjected to our cheat checking procedures. If we find sufficient evidence of cheating, we are required to submit a report to the Honor Council. You can learn more about what happens with Honor Council reports by watching this video from the Engineering Center for Academic Success.
In this course, you are allowed to work with a partner on the projects if you wish to. All project partnerships MUST be registered on the autograder.
Project information will be available here on the website when the project is released. Project information generally consists of these items:
Due Date (11:59pm)
Overview ( slides )
Tips & Tricks ( slides )