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Special note for all students:
Attendance is recorded only by use of your ONE CARD. Students must bring the One Card and have it scanned in by the TA. NO CARD or FORGETTING TO SCAN means NO ATTENDANCE CREDIT - NO EXCEPTIONS.
You have two obligations to ensure that your attendance at a seminar will be counted towards your overall course requirement:
At the conclusion of each seminar, please to go to the course web site and access the Feedback page (http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/400/feedback.shtml). Submit this feedback, following the instructions provided, NO LATER than Friday at noon for the seminar presented that week. Provide an objective critique of the seminar based on the course objectives. Before attending the seminar you may wish to print out the form and list of objectives so that they can generate your responses while the presentation is fresh in their memory. Feedback that is late, incomplete, generic, or in any other way indicative of failure to have paid attention to the presentation will be rejected and attendance at that seminar disqualified.
We ask for your feedback to help the speakers (your PhD-track colleagues) improve their future performance and many have expressed their appreciation for this information. Try not to choose only those speakers you know or subject matter that you are acquainted with. Students' names will be removed from comments that are forwarded to speakers.
Some of you may choose to bring your laptops to the seminar to take notes and complete the feedback forms, but please minimize use so as not to disturb others. Use of your laptop for anything other than this purpose during the seminar will disqualify your attendance as will any other disrespectful behavior such as sleeping, taking photographs, or typing messages on your cell phones - which, of course, should be muted before the seminar starts. Feel free to bring your lunch but respect the environment of your neighbors.