Well, week one is already over! “Syllabus week,” as some people call it, is generally relaxed because everyone, even the professors are getting re-acclimated to being at school. All of my classes seem pretty cool so far. My architecture professor is really really nice. She’s actually a professor of practice, so she knows what it’s really like to be an architect in the real world. That will give a neat perspective to the class. The professor for Hydraulic Engineering is the same professor that I had for Fluids last semester, which is nice because I know what to expect from the class. The TA that I had for fluids last semester is teaching Intro to Environmental Engineering. He seemed nervous the first day because he had never taught a big lecture before, but I can already tell that he’s going to do a great job with this course. And it’s great because he makes silly jokes all through class while teaching the material well. My professor for Fundamentals of Concrete Design is also really funny, and I think I’m going to like him a lot. We’ve only had two classes so far, but he seems like an awesome professor. I’m excited to see what this semester brings!
January 17, 2014
Hi! I'm Katie. I am a junior here at Lehigh and I am double majoring in Civil Engineering and Architecture. This Arts-Engineering program is a five year program where I will graduate with two degrees. I am from Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and I am one of the few commuting students at Lehigh. Despite of this, I am the Vice President of the Steel Bridge Team, and I played club rugby. Additionally, I do kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at a local martial arts gym. If you have any questions about anything at all, please don't hesitate to ask! View all posts by lukatie15
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