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Geography 350 -- Spring 2001

Class Calendar

(http://faculty.washington.edu/krumme/350/01/calendar.html)
PRE-CLASS READINGS
& WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS
TUESDAY
Geography
Collaboratory
12:30 - 2:20

DUE: Weekly Readings
Day of Quiz (if any)

THURSDAY
Geography
Collaboratory
12:30 - 2:20

DUE: Exercise/Task

OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
  • Arch & Urban Planning: Free Lectures
  • Campus Calendar
  • Geography Colloquia
  • Hightech Entrepreneurs
  • International Studies
  • Off-Campus Calendar
  • Prism Events
  • Public Policy Speaker Series
  • UW Campus Events
  • West European Studies Calendar
  • Other Events & Messages

  • Due: Readings
    WEEK ONE: March 27
    Geog Collab
    Introduction
    March 29
    Due: Today! || Please use this form for your introduction (Click!)
    The CHI 2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems will take place in Seattle, Washington, 31 March-5 April 2001.
    Career Fair
    April 4&5

    UWIRED Computer Workshops for Students
    CSSCR Computer Courses

    Due: Readings
    WEEK TWO: April 3 April 5
    Due:
  • Select a county area within the State of Washington
  • Start your quarter-long "Resource Page" task with a 50-word introductory statement and at least 6 annotated references.
  • Library Computer Classes
    April 4&5: Career Fairs 2000 (HUB)

    Spring Meeting of the Association of Washington Geographers, in Bellingham (WWU): Undergraduate Students are invited and strongly encouraged to attend. April 7&8 (Click!)


    Due: Readings
    WEEK THREE: April 10 April 12
    Weekly Task: Population Pyramid for your county.
    April 10, 2001: Seattle's Diversity & Technical Job Fair Extravaganza
    April 11 in Bellevue
    Friday, April 13: 4th Annual Teach-In on Democracy and Globalization

    Due: Readings
    WEEK FOUR: April 17
    Rehearsal Quiz
    April 19
    Employment & Occupational Data: Location Quotient Exercise
    (On paper or print-out of online version)
    April 18, 2001 Northwest Career, Job and Education Expo [Safeco Field]

    Due: Readings
    WEEK FIVE: April 24 April 26
    Midterm: In-class, Open-Notebook!
    Continuing Our Resource Task (a minor but important expansion due today!)

    (All-Quarter Assignment)
    Geog Colloquium, April 27, 2:30, 211 Savery, Prof Bill Beyers, "Services and the New Economy: Elements of a Research Agenda"

    Due: Readings
    WEEK SIX: May 1
    May 3
    Due: Shift & Share Exercise
    May 4: Undergraduate Research Symposium, Mary Gates Hall

    Due: Readings
    WEEK SEVEN: May 8
    Quiz!
    May 10
    Due: Multiplier

    Due: Readings
    WEEK EIGHT: May 15 Quiz! May 17
    Due: Network Exercise

    Due: Readings
    WEEK NINE: May 22 Quiz! May 24
    Due: Input-Output Exercise

    Due: Readings
    WEEK TEN: May 29
    Discussion of Members' Tasks & Focus (in Class) [Take-home "final assignment" (if any) will be handed out; this would be due: June 6]
    Quiz #4!
    May 31
    Due: Annotated Resource (Focus) Page


    Discussion of Members' Tasks & Focus
    May 29: Statistics Bootstrap Minim Course: A Guide for Practitioners
    Friday, June 1st: Undergraduate Geography Symposium
    Exams Week || Examination Schedule
    10:30-12:20 p.m. Thursday, Jun. 7: Final In-Class Examination + Final Conferences

    Due: Thursday, June 7 (10:30): Take-Home Final Assignment [has to be announced by Email]

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