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12/15/2021

Most of the class has taken the final exam, but we have a few students with extenuating circumstances who are still lined up to take conflict exams through the end of the week. Unfortunately that means that scores and final grades cannot be posted until Friday at the earliest. We know this delay is not ideal and appreciate your patience. Prof. Ansell will send a massmail and make a post on this page when final grades are posted.

Thank you all for a great semester!

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Skills Enhancement Opportunity!

Would you like to brush up on your math skills?  New to vectors?  Trig got you down?  
Join us at our Foundational Skills Clinic!  

This weekly clinic will cover topics that are critical to success in physics problems! 

Registration is required so we can make sure you have a seat. 

All are welcome!


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Pandemic and Coronavirus statement

We are attempting to have as normal of a semester as possible during a global pandemic. I think it is important to remember that this is happening in the background of our learning this semester. This pandemic will affect us all in different ways and at different points in time throughout the semester. It is crucial that we are kind and empathetic toward ourselves and each other during this time. We need to be flexible and adaptable and we need to center caring for each other. Try not to compare yourself to others; you don't know what others are or are not going through (this is good advice even when we're not trying to get through a pandemic).

Your health and the health of your family, classmates, and your community is the most important thing. This includes both your physical and mental health. Please take advantage of the assignment drops and makeup opportunities, as well as office hours and campus resources (see our Mental Health page for a list of campus and community resources) as needed. In particular, if you find yourself having difficulty getting out of bed, finding motivation to do daily tasks and assignments, or otherwise are struggling this semester, please reach out to the Student Assistance Center to get connected with University resources that can help you.


Academic Integrity

All activities in this course, including documentation submitted for petition for an excused absence, are subject to the Academic Integrity rules as described in Article 1, Part 4, Academic Integrity, of the Student Code.