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Extra Credit Oportunities

11-16-2017 @ 3:15pm,

Besides the FLL Field building you should already be aware of, Dr Berisso is in need of students to help him with a cell phone bar code scanner study. If you can spend aprox an hour scanning bar codes, extra credit will be given in my (Prof Kohn's) classes.


Advisement Announcement

09-08-2017 @ 9:40am,

If you are advised by Prof Banning please note the following:

Appointment Plus is no longer working and the new system is not on-line.

To that end, I am starting the old-school paper signup process for registration for Spring 2018. Early registration starts November 13.

The sheets will be on my door starting tomorrow showing 30-minute time slots. There are 3o-minute slots for early night time students scheduled also.

The date range for signups will be September 18 - October 27 and Early Registration starts November 13.

There are approximately 155 slots for that date range which should be adequate for those students that can remember to sign up.

Also note if you were advised by Betsy Lowe (primarily freshman) will also advise with her for the Spring 2018 semester.


Computer Lab / Tutoring

09-4-2017 @ 9:15pm,

Here are the hours of operation for the Engineering Student Service Center (Open Computer Lab / Study Room) EA 3rd floor:

DayOpenClose
Mon - Thur8:00amMidnight
Fri8:00am10:00pm
Sat9:00am5:00pm
SunClosedClosed

Peer Tutuoring is also available:


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Tau Alpha Pi

5-8-2017 @ 12:40pm,

On Friday May 5, this year's new members to National Honor Society for Engineering Technology - Tau Alpha Pi at the University of Memphis were inducted. These students represent the upper 10% of all Engineering Technology Students.

Please join us in congratulating our latest Honorees.



Sam Lootens, Lam-Hong Tran, Tristan Dixon, Ariel Fant, Bao Duong, Robert Litten, Kyler Mitchell, Kaev'En Stamper, Jonathan White

(not shown: Brian Burrage, Connor Stroope, John Martin, Terrica Parker, Tyler Dunaway, Chris Barfield)


Free Microsoft Software!

8-4-2015 @12:30pm,

The University of Memphis has joined Microsoft's "Student Advantage Program". Students, Faculty and Staff can now obtain the Office suite for their personal devices free of charge. This includes all desktops and mobile devices ( Windows, Mac, iOS, Android).

The program includes free access to Microsoft's OneDrive (cloud storage) with a quota of 1 TB.

Please go to http://Memphis.edu/getoffice and logon using your credentials to install the software.

Need something else

The University of Memphis is also participating in Microsoft DreamSpark. This gives you access to Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (10, 8.1, 8, 7) as well as other programs such as Visual Studio, Project and Visio. Go to DreamSpark HERE and follow the following instructions (thanks to Mick McCarty)

  1. First goto DreamSpark
  2. Go to "downloads" tab and click "my school webstore"
  3. Type "university of memphis" and click the first pop-up "...-information technology"
  4. Click "on Visit the webstore"
This should give you access to download software (you will have to log in with your UofM Credentials if you are off campus).

Make sure you note the licence key!


Senior Project Equipment

09-10-2008 @ 5:15pm,

Do you know what you want to do for senior projects but don't have the equipment or money to buy it? I have acquired many items over the years that can be used for EETH and CETH senior projects (see link below).

I also have a number of computers that can be used by students for senior projects in ET227a for your use in case you need software not installed on the image in the computer labs, or you need Linux or another OS.

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