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# Grad students: Give a 30 minute oral presentation on your research (or a journal club, if not currently in a research group).
# Grad students: Give a 30 minute oral presentation on your research (or a journal club, if not currently in a research group).
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# Wiki assigment:
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#* Must register on OWW and add a link on the [[PHYC500/2007F:People|People page]].
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#* Before August 30: Must register on OWW and add a link on the [[PHYC500/2007F:People|People page]].
#* Must ask or answer one question on the wiki ([[PHYC500/2007F:Interactions|see this page]]) in each calendar month (August, September, October, November).
#* Must ask or answer one question on the wiki ([[PHYC500/2007F:Interactions|see this page]]) in each calendar month (August, September, October, November).

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Fall 2007 Physics 500

Home        Schedule        People        Interactions        Supporting Material        Help       

Registering for the course

Here are the possible courses to enroll in for this course:

  • Graduate Students: Credit / No Credit
    • Sem: Biophysics & Medicine - 26135 - PHYC 500C.005
  • Undergraduate Students: Credit / No Credit
    • Credit for this course can be obtained by registering for a problems course from one of the following instructors:
      • Prof. Keith Lidke
      • Prof. Steve Koch
      • Prof. James Thomas
      • Prof. Kevin Cahill
    • Please contact one of them directly for an appropriate CRN.

Requirements for getting credit

  1. Must attend seminars.
  2. Grad students: Give a 30 minute oral presentation on your research (or a journal club, if not currently in a research group).
  3. Wiki assigment:
    • Before August 30: Must register on OWW and add a link on the People page.
    • Must ask or answer one question on the wiki (see this page) in each calendar month (August, September, October, November).

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