|SPRING 2014:||Lecture: Monday and Wednesday 9:10 - 10 AM
in Vogel Plant Sciences Building 43
Lab: Thursday 1:25 - 4:05 PM in Vogel Plant Sciences Building 43
|Description:|| Principles and practices for
installation and management of exterior and interior
with emphasis on woody plants; specifications, site preparation, transplanting, growth control, and diagnosis of problems.
|R.W. Harris, J.R. Clark, and N.P. Matheny. 2004. Arboriculture:
Integrated management of landscape trees, shrubs, and
vines, fourth edition.
exams - 300 points (3 exams; 150 points possible on
each; lowest exam score dropped)
Individual Assignments - 125 points possible
Group Project Reports - 105 points possible
Participation - 70 points possible
TOTAL - 600 points possible Scores will be posted on Angel.
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|Participation points will be assigned for regular and high quality participation with your assigned group members to create your Group Project Reports (50 points) and for participation in class and lab (20 points). Expectations for participation are listed in the section on Expectations for Students in this Class.|
|Scores on late Group Project Reports and on late Individual Assignments will be reduced by 1 point for each day (excluding weekends) past the due date and will receive no comments or explanations for the grade.|
|The information on this syllabus is likely to be correct for the entire semester, but it is subject to change. Possible changes include correcting mistakes in dates or adjusting dates to accommodate an unforeseen conflict. Should changes to information in this syllabus or in class assignments be needed, they will be announced in class or lab and posted on the class web site. They may also be listed temporarily on Angel.|
|Be a positive, contributing member of the class.
You are expected to act in a manner that will facilitate
your learning as well as the others' learning. Come to
class prepared. Share your knowledge and experiences with
the class. Do not disrupt or prevent learning by others.
Listen with respect. Enjoy learning!
Attend and actively participate regularly. Participation is important for learning. In this class, you will often work in groups. Students cannot learn effectively when others are not engaged. Be an asset to your group. If you must miss class or lab, find out what we did and ask for handouts. If you are very sick and contagious, please do not come to class and infect others.
Participate as your own representative and not to
pass the work of others off as your own.
Academic dishonesty, in any form, including
plagiarizing, is deplorable. If you are caught
cheating or plagiarizing (see: WAC
504-26-010 Definition 3 under Standards
of Conduc), you will receive a
zero for the activity, and it will be reported to your
advisor and to the Office
of Student Standards and Accountability. You
may also be expelled from class. If we suspect you
have cheated, we may assign a zero or we may ask you to
repeat the activity under conditions of our
Do not use cell phones or smoke during class, lab, or group work. Turn cell phones off during class and lab. Refrain from smoking in class and lab, including while walking from indoor to outdoor lab activities. Out of consideration for others, do not smoke in assigned groups outside of class time either. Second-hand smoke is toxic and bothers some people who may be too polite to say so.
|Safety will be enforced
in this class. Safety for yourself and
others is of utmost importance. There will be times
during this class when hand tools and equipment, including
shovels and saws, will be used. While these may not
seem particularly dangerous, they can injure people badly
if used thoughtlessly or inappropriately. Your full
attention when safety instructions are being given and
when using such equipment is MANDATORY. Risky
behavior, such as carelessness, teasing (e.g. tossing
snowballs at someone), or being irresponsible WILL NOT BE
TOLERATED. You could be dismissed from the remainder
of a class or lab. Having fun in this class is
encouraged, but not at the expense or risk of others.
“Washington State University is committed to maintaining a safe environment for its faculty, staff, and students. Safety is the responsibility of every member of the campus community and individuals should know the appropriate actions to take when an emergency arises.” Please become familiar with: WSU Pullman Campus Safety Plan and WSU Emergency Management. Also be sure you have supplied safety alert information at: WSU Alert.
|Reasonable accommodations are available for a student
with a disability on file at the WSU Access Center.
See Dr. Lohr if you need assistance or have
|Dr. Virginia Lohr,
Johnson Hall Room 101b; 509-335-3101; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathie Nicholson, 360-460-6271 or 509-335-6586; email@example.com