|University||University of Michigan|
In the Winter 2013 semester, students of the CEE 549 graduate-level Geoenvironmental Engineering course in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Michigan as part of the course curriculum had the opportunity to select a project topic on geoenvironmental remediation. The educational objective behind this project, which is a major part of their class requirement, is to allow them to perform some independently research/study on a practical topic and have the opportunity to investigate a selected topic in much more detail than what would be normally covered in the course. The students formed pairs consisting of a student focusing on geotechnical engineering and one focusing on environmental engineering and selected one of the topics listed below.
The Deliverables on this project are the following:
Students were asked that each webpage covers as a minimum the following topics:
Students were asked to submit a draft of their webpage by March 15th 2013. At that time, the draft will be announced to:
Feedback from these individuals can be posted on each webpage in the form of comments and will include identified deficiencies in text that need to be addressed, requests for more detailed information, and additional information that the reviewers of the website wish to be added. The official review period will last two weeks. The instructor will provide also comments as part of his own review. On the basis of the comments that the students receive they will need to finalize the webpage, powerpoint slides and video.
Students are graded fro completeness, organization and presentation.