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Title: Introduction to Graduate Studies
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Abstract: Home Page - Syllabus Schedule Mini Projects Useful Web Sites for PhD Students PhD CoWeb Create Personal Web Page Graduate Seminars - to come CS 7001: Introduction to Graduate Studies Fall 2004 Home Page - Syllabus Instructor: Ron Ferguson Web: Email: rwf @ Office: 388 Centennial Research Building (CRB), 404.385.2860 Office Hours: Mondays and Thursdays, 9-12, CCB 223 (Note different office!) Sign up for individual meeting with Prof. Ferguson Course Information Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:35-5:55 pm Location: 101 CCB - College of Computing Description This course serves as an orientation to graduate life for a PhD student in the College of Computing. Course Objectives * Gain familiarity with research topics in the College of Computing. * Learn some technical skills to serve you in a research career. * Learn how to cope with life as a graduate student. * Have some fun along the way. Responsibilities of Students * Arrive on time and attend all class meetings * Participate in classes * Submit projects on the due date Prerequisites PhD-level standing. Grading Mini-projects (60%). Presentation (20%). Hosting and Attendance (20%). Attendance Policy Because one goal of the course is to familiarize you with all the research that's being done at the College, it is vitally important that you attend as many of the class sessions as possible. However, you are allowed up to five absences over the course of the term.
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