User talk:Anindita Varshneya

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Week 2 Feedback

Here is the feedback on your Week 2 Assignment.

  • Thank you for completing the assignment on time.
  • You are writing something in the Summary field nearly 100% of the time; keep up the good work!
  • You answered all of the questions posed in the exercise and had an excellent lab notebook.
  • I note that your purpose and conclusion were more on the "metacognitive" side in the sense that you reported on the process of modeling itself, instead of the scientific details of the particular model you were exploring. For future reference, the purpose and conclusions should refer to the scientific question being asked, while the shared journal response is the place to record your reflection on the learning process.
  • A population is in HWE when allele and genotype frequencies do not change relative to each other from generation to generation. The frequencies, by definition, will always add to 100%.
  • In your Acknowledgments section, please provide a little more detail as to the nature of the collaboration (when, who did what) and be sure to sign your Academic Honesty statement with your wiki signature.

Kam D. Dahlquist 17:25, 23 September 2016 (EDT)

Week 1 Feedback

Here is the feedback on your Week 1 Assignment. Thank you for completing the assignment on time. You may make up the points you missed on this assignment by completing the requested changes by the Week 3 wiki deadline, midnight Tuesday, September 20 (Monday night/Tuesday morning).

  • You completed all of the the items in the assignment, except for the following:
    • You wrote something in the Summary field for 37 out of 39 changes, or 95% of the time--keep up the good work--we are aiming at 100% of the time, so you're nearly there.
    • I think you mis-typed that you TA'd for general physiology instead of general biology.
  • I am interested in what you said about "I do" versus "I am". If the "doing" flows out of the "being", instead of the other way around, we may be closer to having a "vocation" than simply a "job".

Kam D. Dahlquist 03:46, 13 September 2016 (EDT)

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