submit cs601 review filename.txt
(0.5 * 8 = 4 pts)
Feedback files for all student talks from Feb 28 - Mar 14th must be converted to PDF, zipped and the zipped file submitted using submit ('written' assignments category) by March 16, 11pm.
For each presenter, there are two designated people who MUST ask meaningful questions related to the research problem (so pay close attention to the talk). The question responsibilities are listed in: Who Will Ask Questions? document.
Please download the new presentation form. File naming convention: Pick a random number between 1001 and 9999 and name each file as: randomnumber-Lastname.pdf; Last name will start with an upper case letter followed by all other letters in lower case. For example, if you chose 1345 as your random number, then name files as 1345-Montminy.pdf, 1345-Strege.pdf, etc. BTW, please do not use 1345! Feedback files for all student talks from Apr 23 - Mar 9th must be converted to PDF, zipped and the zipped file submitted using submit ('written' assignments category) by May 18, 11pm.
The CV will be formatted along similar lines as Dr. Sivalingam's resume; The Portfolio questions to be answered can be found at: Student Research Statement: Sections A and B only. Note that M.S. students will answer Section B with regard to their M.S. Thesis/Project.
UMBC's general academic policies are available at This Website. Please review these policies as soon as possible, if you have not already done so.UMBC POLICY:
"By enrolling in this course, each student assumes the responsibilities of an active participant in UMBC's scholarly community in which everyone's academic work and behavior are held to the highest standards of honesty. Cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, and helping others to commit these acts are all forms of academic dishonesty, and they are wrong. Academic misconduct could result in disciplinary action that may include, but is not limited to, suspension or dismissal. To read the full Student Academic Conduct Policy, consult the UMBC Student Handbook, the Faculty Handbook, or the UMBC Policies section of the UMBC Directory [or for graduate courses, the Graduate School."
The following is taken from the UMBC Student Handbook:
Cheating: knowingly using or attempting to use unauthorized material, information, or study aids in any academic exercise.
Fabrication: Intentional and unauthorized falsification or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise.
Facilitating Academic Dishonesty: Intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting to help another commit an act of academic dishonesty.
Plagiarism: Knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one's own in any academic exercise, including works of art and computer-generated information/images.
Any and all acts of dishonesty WILL BE reported to the University's Academic Conduct Committee for further action, which may include, but is not limited to, academic suspension or dismissal from the university.
It is particularly important that the Chair of the Academic Conduct Committee be consulted. The Chair can provide knowledge and insight for the faculty member. Communication of instances of academic misconduct also protects the integrity of the university by providing a means of recording infractions that may be repeated by a particular student, or which may prove endemic to a particular course or department. Consultation with the Chair of the Academic Conduct Committee provides a formal record of the infraction and resolution, protecting the student, professor, and university should any questions later arise.
The student will have the opportunity to respond to an accusation of academic misconduct.