Remaining classes

Friday, 4/12 
You signed up for a presentation date.  If you were not in class then I assigned you to a date.  For those of you with unexcused absences, please see the note on attendance that has been posted on our course landing page.
 
Monday, 4/15
FINAL IN-CLASS WORK DAY.  Today's class is optional and you do not need to show up.  However, I'd recommend coming to class with any last minute questions you have about your mid-semester contract deliverables.  Finish up your mid-semester contract deliverables and work on your final presentation.
 
Friday, 4/19
EVERYONE SHOULD COME TO CLASS.
 
Mid-semester presentations:
1. Yariza Morales
2. Austin Woodington
3. Suzy Hernandez
4. Erica Burke
5. Marcos Lopez
6. David Deets
7. Michael Scott
8. Dan Hinson
9. Logan Muether
10. Jonathan Riley
11. Jen Evernham
 
Wednesday, 4/24 (3:15 - 5:15 p.m.)
EVERYONE SHOULD COME TO CLASS.  ALL MID-SEMESTER CONTRACT DELIVERABLES AND PPT PRESENTATIONS DUE BY 3:15 P.M. TODAY.  UPLOAD ALL FILES TO THE PORTAL UNDER THE APPROPRIATE COURSEWORK AND BRING HARD COPIES.  NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
Mid-semester presentations:
1. Sabine Goge
2. Hayley Calandros
3. Clay Bolender
4. Trenton Moore
5. Paul Chowaniec
6. Ryan Countess
7. James Gibson
8. Ryan Kirkpatrick

Progress Reports

Weekly Progress Report grades are now posted.  I attached a file which explains your grade in addition to providing details for the remainder of the semester.  Please let me know if I overlooked one of your weekly progress reports on Wiggio.

Attendance is now required!

I am taking "fomal" attendance as of today's class.  According to FSC, you are eligible to be dropped from a course if you miss 3 or more class periods.  If you have to miss a class then please make sure you have a documented legitimate note validated by the Student Solutions Center.  This includes today's class, if you missed.

Mid-Semester New Projects

Please review the Mid-Semester New Projects document (under Handouts, all the way at the bottom) and let me know which project you'd like to be a part.  Send me an email with your first choice by Thursday, 3/14.

Project Impact gets press

Project Impact: http://www.flsouthern.edu/news.asp?ACTION=view&ID=1075
Check out what Enactus teams are doing around the world on Facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/enactus
 
Like FSC Enactus on Facebook and share what YOU are doing! https://www.facebook.com/Enactus.Florida.Southern.College

Enactus Competitions

Course Description

Projects will follow the criteria and guidelines provided by Enactus. Enactus is an international non-profit organization with the mission to bring together the leaders of today and tomorrow to create a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business. Enactus is active on more than 1,500 college and university campuses in more than 39 countries. The projects developed and implemented by Enactus teams are focused on serving communities. The audiences will vary as will the level of need but the common element in every project is that you get to be a part of changing people's lives for the better. How? By taking what you learn in the classroom and using that knowledge to create and implement outreach programs that help empower and improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Please visit www.enactus.org for more information about Enactus.

Catalog Course Description
Two hours. Prerequisite: None. The Students in Free Enterprise course is an experience-based course designed to provide students with hands-on application of business concepts applied to solving real-world social problems. Participating students may have an opportunity to compete in regional competitions showcasing the team’s development and impact of projects while acquiring and developing oral and written communication skills. All majors are welcome and encouraged to enroll and make a difference in their community.

Please see the course syllabus for additional details.

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As an artist, nothing beats the joy of seeing your creations take shape right in front of your eyes.

If you are looking to unleash your creativity, you really need to get yourself a 3D printing pen and make prints in three dimensions.

However, the process of getting yourself one of these magic pens can get become extremely confusing, with so many brands to choose from, and some can be pretty expensive.

Also, the fact that 3D printers and 3D pens are a relatively new innovation doesn’t help — not a lot of info out there. Having sampled a good number of them, here are ten best options to build an infinite variety of shapes and structures with ease

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