We made it! A few things to keep in mind as we wrap up this semester:

Final Draft of Write-Up +Reflection
Due 11:59pm on Mo 12/19. Remember, you need to submit two ways: 1) create an OpenLab post with the revised abstract in the post and the Essay (with Cover Letter as first pages of the file) as a PDF (label correctly!) … this is a public document! 2) Dropbox as a Microsoft Word document (label correctly!)

Final Course Reflections
Individual Final Course Reflection is due by 4pm on Tu 12/20 (this is a mandatory–not optional–assignment). You will be submitting the reflection privately (only I will see it) via Dropbox, as a Microsoft Word document (correctly labeled). Refer to the Final Course Reflection page on our site for details on this assignment.


Final Project Grades / Final Course Grades

The deadline for professors to submit final course grades for the Fall 2016 semester is Tu 12/27 at midnight. Please wait to view your course grade online through CUNYfirst (I will not be giving out final course grades via e-mail).

Final grades are non-negotiable, though I am always more than happy to discuss them/your work with you at any point in person. If you would like to discuss any of your grades/receive additional feedback on your Project (project grades will be posted as a “private” comment to your Final Project posts on our OpenLab site), feel free to e-mail me to do so (we can always also schedule an appointment to discuss your work in-person when we return to campus at the end of January, when the new semester starts up).


Thank you, & stay in touch!
Finally, it was a pleasure to work with you all this semester. I wish you the best of luck wrapping up the semester and on your final exams, and in your future endeavors at City Tech, & beyond. You all worked incredibly hard this semester, and I really appreciate your consistent effort and good cheer each week. I hope you enjoyed yourselves and learned a lot about science fiction and critical thinking / reading / writing / reflection. There will be some exciting developments at the college related to Science Fiction in coming semesters, so do be on the look out for announcements about them! Have a wonderful winter break & happy holiday season (best of luck in 2017!), & don’t hesitate to be in touch /stop by my office in future semesters to discuss your work in this course/beyond (or chat science fiction in general!), and/or to just say hi  :)