University of California, Davis ESP 162: Environmental Policy Winter 2011 Instructor: Teaching assistants: Mike Springborn Sunny Jardin Assistant Professor email: firstname.lastname@example.org website office hours: 2133 Wickson, Wed Department of Environmental Science & Policy 2104 Wickson Hall Boon-Ling Yeo mailbox: ESP Office 2132 Wickson Hall email: email@example.com office hours: 2133 Wickson, Mon office hours: By appointment most days of the week-- just send me an email to arrange a time to come by. See the location for office h Class lectures: T/Th, 1:40-3:00 PM, Surge III, room 1309 Discussion/Lab: Wed., 10:00-10:50 (Sec. 1), 11:00-11:50 (Sec. 2) and 12:10-1:00 (Sec. 3), SCILAB 2020 Midterm: time TBD, in class Final: Tuesday, March 15, 1:00-3:00 PM, location TBD Announcements (newest first) Office hours for the rest of the quarter will be held in 2133 Wickson (see this floorplan) The midterm is on 2/8--see this set of example midterm questions Homework 3 is posted below (due 2/1 at the beginning of class) Links Syllabus See this expandable Schedule of lectures and mind map for an overview of assigned readings (includes the course links to most articles) (adapted from a flow chart by Robert Writing for ESP 162: Stavins). Expectations for formatting and content of written assignments. Key concepts list: Useful for directing your reading and studying for exams. (NOTE: not intended as a comprehensive study guide) Useful Economics & Environment Links: various economics and environment references and blogs. Homework Each homework assignment is due at the beginning of class. Short papers (15 points each, except for Homework 1): It is essential that you see "Writing for ESP 162" (see Links above) for requirements for formatting, citations, content, etc. You're score on short paper assignments will be broken down into two scores: o Content: addresses the question, stays on topic, states a coherent position supported by analytically sound arguments and references (as needed). o Writing: meets the standard for grammar, spelling, punctuation and mechanics. Follows formatting requirements including reference format specified in "Writing for ESP 162". A circled "g" on your paper indicates a problem with grammar. Problem sets (10 points each): May be handwritten or typed. We will typically grade two questions in depth for 2.5 points each and award the remaining five points based on the completeness of the remaining responses. For some problem sets we will note additional problems to "Read". These are not assigned and should not be turned in but are strongly suggested for practice and review. 1. Homework 1: Problem set 1, due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, Jan. 18th. - Data from the lab experiment for questions 1 & 2. - Late homeworks will not be accepted after 10:00 A.M. on Jan. 19th since answers to the problem set will be discussed in section. 2. Homework 2: Short paper: Open Access Resources, due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, Jan. 25th. -Please read Writing for ESP 162 to understand general expectations for writing. 3. Homework 3: Problem set, due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, Feb. 1. - Late homeworks will not be accepted after 10:00 A.M. on Feb 1 since answers to the problem set will be discussed in section.
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