Web Coord Test

Date
Time 
Host 
Name 
Affiliation 
 
 
 
 
 
Sept. 11 
3:30
PUPSS
Lenaic Couedel
U. Saskatchewan
Sept. 20 
 
Interdisciplinary Series
Roger Dube, Energy and the Environment. 
 
Sept. 25
3:30
 
Students.
 
Oct. 4
 
Pedagogy Series
Juliette Mammei
U. M. 
Oct. 9
3:30
 
Igor  Proskurin
U. M. 
Oct. 18
 
Interdisciplinary Series
Stephen Pratt
 
Oct. 23
3:30
 
 
 
Nov. 1
 
Interdisciplinary Series. 
Justin Nodwell 
 
Nov. 6
3:30
 
 
 
Nov. 13
3:30
 
Reading week
 
Nov. 20
 
Pedagogy week? 
Darja Barr 
 
Nov. 27
 
or Pedagogy week? 
 
 
Dec. 4
3:30
 
 
 

Apparently I’ve added a form?

No. I have not.

Trying basic HTML tags not in the quick-buttons

Aha. Apparently this works but it draws from the site style file. Interesting.

 

Does PHP Work?

Does Javascript work

Yes, but it gets stripped every time you change from visual to text. What a garbage interface.

Undergraduate Courses: 1000 Level

Physics 1020: General Physics I
Physics 1030: General Physics II
Physics 1050: Mechanics
Physics 1070: Waves and Modern Physics
Astronomy 1810: Introduction to Astronomy
Astronomy 1830: Life in the Universe

Undergraduate Courses: 2000 Level

Astronomy 2000: Foundations of Astrophysics
Physics 2010: Computational Modeling
Astronomy 2070: Observational Astronomy
Physics 2152: Modern Physics
Physics 2260: Optics
Physics 2270: Introductory Physics for Life Sciences
Physics 2272: Physics for Medicine & Biology
Physics 2350: Energy Sources
Physics 2386: Quantum I
Physics 2496: Mathematical Physics 1
Physics 2600: Electromagnetic Field Theory
Physics 2610: Introductory Electronics
Physics 2650: Classical Mechanics I

Undergraduate Courses: 3000 Level

Astronomy 3070: Observational Astronomy Project
Astronomy 3180: Stars
Physics 3220: Medical Physics and Physiological Measurement
Astronomy 3230: The Phenomenology of Galaxies
Physics 3386: Quantum II
Physics 3430: Honours Physics Laboratory
Physics 3496: Mathematical Physics 2
Physics 3570: Physics of Materials 1
Physics 3630: Electro - and Magnetostatic Theory
Physics 3650: Classical Mechanics 2
Physics 3670: Classical Thermodynamics

Undergraduate Courses (Alternate View II)

Physics 1020 - General Physics I

It’s a crazy world; come and find out why objects fall, slide, bounce, stick, go in circles or stay straight, float or sink, glide or crash. Why don’t satellites fall to the ground? What exactly does weightlessness mean anyway? Find answers to these and other questions as you get to know Newton’s and other basic laws of nature and see what makes the world go round. This course, together with the sequel PHYS 1030 (or 016.103), is recommended for students seeking either a single, comprehensive course in Physics or entry into health science programs. It may also be used for entry into the Honours Physics program (“B+” or better) or the Major Physics program (“B” or better).

Not to be held with PHYS 1021, PHYS 1050, PHYS 1051 (016.105), PHYS 1410 (016.141), PHYS 1420 (016.142), or the former 016.127.

Prerequisites: Either Physics 40S, PHYS 0900 (016.090) (P), or equivalent; and either Pre-calculus Mathematics 40S, Applied Mathematics 40S (with 70% or better), or equivalent. It is strongly recommended that students attain a minimum of 70% as the average of their marks in Physics 40S and Pre-calculus Mathematics 40S.

Link to Instructor’s Course Website. 

Physics 1030 - General Physics II

Discover how physics is the basis of the hi-tech world we live in and how we live in it. Learn how to use simple, intuitive physics concepts that are described using little math and no calculus to understand a diversity of topics including how electricity is made, what drives the greenhouse effect, what makes a diamond sparkle, lasers, LASIC eye surgery and the workings of the human eye. This course, together with its prerequisite PHYS 1020, is recommended for students seeking either a single comprehensive course in Physics, or entry into health science programs. May not be held with PHYS 1031, the former PHYS 1410, the former PHYS 1420. Prerequisite: a grade of “C” or better in one of PHYS 1020, PHYS 1021, PHYS 1050, or PHYS 1051.

Credit Hours: 3 (Lab Required)

Link to Instructor’s Course Website. 

December 07

Job Search: Building a Strategy & Identifying Employers - Career Services Workshop

Job Search: Building a Strategy & Identifying Employers - Career Services Workshop

December 07

Resumé and Cover Letter Workshop - Distance Delivery

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Science Spark 3K Pitch competition info session 2

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December 07

Maker Space - 3D Print Holiday Ornament Workshop

Check out the new Maker Space and learn how to 3D print a holiday ornament!

December 08

Maker Space - 3D Print Holiday Ornament Workshop

Check out the new Maker Space and learn how to 3D print a holiday ornament!

December 08

"Statistical Techniques used in the formulation of products in the Food and Beverage Industry" - Dr. Jason Parcon

"Statistical Techniques used in the formulation of products in the Food and Beverage Industry" - Dr. Jason Parcon

Location: 205 Armes Building

December 09

Maker Space - 3D Print Holiday Ornament Workshop

Check out the new Maker Space and learn how to 3D print a holiday ornament!

December 12

Last day of classes

Last day of classes

December 13

Examination and test dates

Examination and test dates

December 13

Graduate Writing Group

Join us at the Academic Learning Centre's Graduate Writing Group to set writing goals and spend 90 minutes writing

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