EPICS Weekly Announcements

Spring 2015

Week 15 - 04/26 00:00:00 GMT+0/2015 to 05/03 00:00:00 GMT+0/2015

Announcement Archive
EPICS Spring 2015 Week 15 Announcements (April 27 – May 1, 2015)

  1. Great job with design reviews last week! I received several positive comments from reviewers. Please make sure you document the feedback you received for future teams.

  2. This Week’s Lecture: Monday, April 27th at 4:30 pm in PHYS 223: Lessons from Interaction/ Industrial Design
    a. All make-ups due by Friday, May 1st at 5 pm

  3. Due Week 15 (April 27 – May 1, 2015):

Same as Week 8:
    b. Individual Evaluation Rubric
    c. Individual Documentation
    d. Peer Evaluations (in myEPICS)
    e. Design Leads: Project Evaluation Rubric

In addition for Week 15:
    f. Purdue Course Evaluation (available approximately 4/20 – 5/3): You can provide proof of completion of the course evaluations by printing/copying the “Completed evaluations” page under "Evaluations," showing that you completed them. (courseeval ).
    g. Final Reflection:Final_Reflection.docx
    h. Final updates to Design Documentation with feedback from Design Review, final work completed, and transition information

  4. Reminder: Anna Mae and Charles A. Miller EPICS Scholarship due Monday, May 11th at noon. Applications are now being accepted for this $1000 scholarship. To be eligible, you must be currently registered in EPICS (Spring 2015) and registered for the semester for which the scholarship is awarded (Fall 2015). Applications are available on the website and due Monday, May 11th at noon to Pam Brown (epics@purdue.edu or ARMS 1207):
    a. EPICS_Scholarship_Application.docx

  5. Before you leave for the semester, please make sure all of your projects in the lab are put away or stored appropriately and very clearly labeled with team and semester (sometimes it’s hard to differentiate between trash and treasure!). If you haven’t already done so, please clean out your lockers, return EPICS tools and supplies to the tool box/shelves, red tag and/or get rid of parts and materials you are no longer using, and throw away any food in your bin!
  6. Borrowed items:
    a. It is recommended that all EPICS materials - laptops, drills, books, etc. – be returned to Andrew Pierce (ARMS 1210) or checked back in lab this week.
    b. The deadline to items is Wednesday, May 6th at noon.
    c. Failure to return EPICS materials will result in an INCOMPLETE grade
  7. No skill sessions this week.
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