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Seminar (1)Dr. S. Sepsenwol, TNR 439; ext. 4256; I have appointment sign-up sheets outside my office door, rather than fixed office hours)Syllabus: Biology 490/01 Senior Seminar: Topics in Human Physiology, 2 cr., Fall 2016Fridays, 10:00-11:50 am, TNR 461Table of ContentsObjectives for the course .1Seminar evaluation and final grade .2Class schedule, assignments & deadlines (tentative) .2Summary of assignments due .3I. Preparing Research Seminars .4A. Required preparation for seminars, with deadlines .4B. Resources available for preparing seminars .51. Audio-Visual Resources .52. Text and Printing .53. Sources of Information.5a. Libraries .5b. Internet sources: PubMed & Pubmed Plus .6c. Pubmed Plus for information about diseases .7d. Articles by Inter-library Loan through the UWSP library.7e. Rental Texts: .7f. Me .74. How to List References for the Handout .7D. Tips for preparing and giving your talk .8Seminar Peer Evaluation Form .9ii. Curriculum vitae, job application and interview .10A. Writing resumes with cover letters.101. writing resumes for technical positions .102. The test job you are applying for .11UW-Madison & MCW (Milwaukee) job listings on the network .123. Some tips on looking for a job .134. Tips for interviews .13Appendix: Preparing Powerpoint Presentations.16Appendix: Making and Printing Posters with Powerpoint on Biology's 42-in Printer .19OBJECTIVES FOR THE COURSE:This seminar should be the culmination of a senior's education at Stevens Point. It should demonstrate that he or shecan do library research and integrate material on current topics in Physiology from many sources and present it ina brief talk in a concise, meaningful manner. The course will be divided in two parts: (1) RESEARCH SEMINAR: aformal 40-minute group presentation to the class with a pre-talk rehearsal, summary paper and poster and (2) JOBSEARCH: a CV and cover letter for a BS-level job in Physiology with a mock interview. The audience for the talk is meantto be students like you who are well versed in general biology, have had Human or Animal Physiology, but who do not havegraduate/specialist training. Using their science background and the specific material presented by the speaker on his/herparticular topic, all students should be able to understand and actively participate in discussions of student seminars. TheCV and interview is to prepare you for a real job application and interview when you leave the UWSP and apply for a job,grad school or professional program).1

Seminar (2)SEMINAR EVALUATION AND FINAL GRADE:The final grade consists of: a total of 270 points:Trio seminar handout outline reference abstracts seminar abstract @ 30 pts,Trio seminar presentation @ 140 pts [Seminar Evaluation Form on p. 8]Trio poster @ 30 ptsPersonal CV, cover letter , PI information 40 ptsPersonal mock interview questions for PI 10 ptsPersonal class participation (attendance, questions asked, discussion) 20 pts,PENALTIES: 10 points will be deducted for each unexcused absence, 5 points for each missed deadline.Required Senior Exit Exam. Satisfactory completion of this 490 course requires the completion of the BiologyDepartment’s Assessment of Biological Knowledge (“ABK”) exam (about 60 min). This exam gives us an idea of howmuch Biology you have learned while attending UW-Stevens Point and is important to our curricular planning. Yourperformance on the ABK exam does not influence your grade in BIO 490, but your seminar grade will not be posted untilthe ABK is completed. The exam will be offered at the following times: Tuesday, Dec6 1, 6:00 pm in TNR 170 ORWednesday, Dec. 7, 6:00 pm, in TNR 170. (Dates and room may change; I will announce them if they do.)Student grievances are handled per the University of Wisconsin's administrative code, "Student Academic Standards andDisciplinary Procedures," found at pons/SRR2010/rightsChap14.pdf.CLASS SCHEDULE, ASSIGNMENTS & DEADLINES (TENTATIVE)Friday, 9 September 2016Introduction and how to pick a topic for a seminar; sample topics; choosing trios forseminars; choosing seminar dates.Prep for seminars: how to read and critique a scientific journal article; topic choicesdue; PPT assignment (by email). SEMINAR TOPICS DUE IN CLASSFriday, 16 September 2016How to read etc. (cont.). Preparing PPT slides for seminars. Making posters withFriday, 23 September 2016PPT.TUESDAY, 27 September 2016 POWERPOINT ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS DUESample seminar slides due. Seminar prep and slide critiques SEMINAROUTLINES AND 10 REFERENCES DUE IN CLASSFriday, 30 September 2016Practice run for 40-min seminars; all references and slides done; critiquesFriday, 7 October 2016Practice run for 40-min seminars; all references and slides done; critiquesFriday, 14 October 2016Final 40-min seminar presentations; evaluationsFriday, 21 October 2016Final 40-min seminar presentations; evaluations. MADISON JOB DESCRIPTIONSHANDED OUT FOR SELECTION.Friday, 28 October 2016Ins and outs of getting (a job) or (entrance to a post-grad program); how to read a jobdescription; digging for details; how to write a resume and cover letter. MADISONFriday, 4 November 2016JOB SELECTIONS DUE IN CLASS. DUE IN CLASS: 1. FIRST DRAFTS OF RESUMES AND COVER LETTERS; 2.WHAT YOU’VE DUG UP ABOUT THE PI; 3. INTERVIEWEE QUESTIONS FOR PI.Friday, 11 November 2016Class critiques of both.2

Friday, 18 November 2016TUESDAY, 22 November 2016Monday, 28 November 2016Mon-Fri, 28 November-2December 2016Friday, 2 December 2016Friday, 9 December 2016Seminar (3)Class evaluations. Interviewing for a job; role-playing. DUE IN CLASS: 1. FINALVERSIONS OF RESUMES AND COVER LETTERS, 2. PI INFORMATION SHEET, 3.SAMPLE INTERVIEWEE QUESTIONS. POSTER SUMMARY DUE TUESDAY ONLINE, 4 PM.Poster summaries prepared for printing in class.POSTER PRINTING POSTER PRINTING BY ARRANGEMENT WITH S.S.No class – scheduled one-on-one job interviews.No class – scheduled one-on-one job interviews.SUMMARY OF ASSIGNMENTS DUEFriday, 9 September 2016Friday, 16 September 2016TUESDAY, 27 September 2016Friday, 30 September 2016Friday, 7 October 2016Friday, 14 October 2016Friday, 21 October 2016Friday, 28 October 2016Friday, 4 November 2016Friday, 11 November 2016Friday, 18 November 2016TUESDAY, 22 November 2016Monday, 28 November 2016Friday, 25 November 2016Mon-Fri, 28 November-2December 2016Friday, 2 December 2016Friday, 9 December 2016LOTTERY FOR TRIOS AND DATES IN CLASSSEMINAR TOPICS DUE IN CLASSREVIEW OF A PAPER RELATED TO YOUR TOPICPOWERPOINT ASSIGNMENT DUE ONLINE, 4 PMSEMINAR TOPIC OUTLINES AND 10 REFERENCES DUE IN CLASSSEMINAR PRACTICE RUNSSEMINAR PRACTICE RUNSSEMINAR FINAL PRESENTATIONSSEMINAR FINAL PRESENTATIONS; JOB DESCRIPTIONS HANDED OUTMADISON JOB SELECTION DUE IN CLASSFIRST DRAFTS OF RESUMES, COVER LETTERS, PI INFORMATION,INTERVIEWEE QUESTIONS FOR PIFINAL VERSIONS OF RESUMES, COVER LETTERS, PI INFORMATION,INTERVIEWEE QUESTIONS FOR PIPOSTER SUMMARIES DUE ON LINE, 4 PM.POSTER SUMMARIESTHANKSGIVING, NO CLASSPOSTER PRINTING, BY ARRANGEMENT WITH S.S.(NO CLASS) ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEWS(NO CLASS) ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEWS3

Seminar (4)I. PREPARING RESEARCH SEMINARS:Each group of 3 students will be required to present (a) one 40-minute seminar (with 5 min additional forcomments & questions), each complete with (b) handout containing an abstract of the talk, an outline, and a list ofreferences. There will be preliminary training and preparation sessions, and a rehearsal talk. The graphics for thepresentation will be by Powerpoint video projection.There will be two seminars per week, beginning the fourth week.A. Required Preparation for Seminars, with deadlines:1. Friday, 16 September 2016: subjects for all talks are due; the topics must be approved by me. It may beanything related to physiology, animal or human. Diseases, physiological systems, drug actions, unusualconditions are all fair game. Stay away from topics that do not yet have a well-defined physiological basis. Thingslike depression and schizophrenia are fascinating states, for example, but there is very little known about thebiochemistry or physiology that causes them.2. Friday, 19 September 2014: find a research paper related to your approved topic and answer the list of questionsin the PPT on reading scientific paper. One analysis paper per group.3. TUESDAY, 27 September 2016: Powerpoint Assignment due (material by email). Use the materials sent to youand some others to make a short PowerPoint presentation on: Structure of insulin, OR Insulin secretion, OR Biosynthesis of insulin and the pancreatic beta cellYour PowerPoint should include at least 3 text slides with outline topics as well as 6 graphics. The graphics canbe separate from the text slides or included with them.Look on the internet for at least 3 new graphics related to your topic. A good place to start for information and afew graphics -- PubMed Plus (find it with, "diabetes". Plug in the graphics and type in a legend foreach. Also, has an image library. Look at the top of the Google page and click on the "Images" tababove the blank query box.Save your PowerPoint to your Student Info drive ([your logon name], H:\) and email it to me.Your myfiles drive is available anywhere in the world on the internet; just remember to use the slash and yourlogon name after the Friday, 30 September 2016: the following are duea. a list of at least 10 references, including at least two textbooks and four journal references withabstracts. Website references do not count in the required references. [See, "C. ResourcesAvailable for Preparing Seminars" below.]. I want to see the full-length articles at least a weekbefore your seminar. [See C.3.c, " Inter-library Loan."b. a detailed list of topics that will be covered in lecture. They do not have to be in any order; just thespecific topics that will be covered. This will require that you have read up on your topic. (Example: if yourtalk is on the diving reflex, the topic list would include: brainstem respiratory pneumotaxic, inhalationand exhalation centers, and their control of the muscles of respiration; chemoreceptor nerves tothe arterial bodies; diving-induced apneusis, physiological changes during diving; comparative4

Seminar (5)diving responses among mammals, etc. A general list of statements ("introduction to diabetes" "role ofinsulin in diabetes" etc.) is not acceptable.c. Four PPT slides from the seminar and one summary slide. (They can be changed as needed for thepresentation.)3. Friday, 21 October 2016 or Friday, 28 October 2016: At the time of your seminar, have 14 copies of ahandout for the class. The handout should contain a short abstract of your talk, one or two paragraphs. the talk outline and a list of all references. [See, "B. Resources Available for Preparing Seminars" below.] Graphics and glossary may be useful but are not required in the handout.B. Resources Available for Preparing Seminars1. Audio-Visual ResourcesA. Computer-generated graphics (PowerPoint): The seminarswill be prepared with PowerPoint. You can also use the blackboard tomake written points. PowerPoint is requires some practice to be effective.We will practice using it in class. (See attached, "PREPARINGPOWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS: Instructions & an Exercise" .)B. Scanning images into PowerPoint: all computer labs and theMedia Lab are equipped with flat-bed scanners for copying illustrations frombooks and journals. The JPG or JPEG format is probably the best format tosave images in for PowerPoint (files are smaller). ALL IMAGES MUST BEACCOMPANIED BY A REFERENCE TO ITS SOURCE. (See bibliography formats below to see what to put in the text boxbelow the image.)C. Importing images from the internet: images used in web pages usually can be saved very simply, and used inPowerPoint or text form. Find the full-size image (not the thumbnail image), RIGHT-click on it, and choose, "Save picture"and put it in My Pictures in the My Documents folder. Use the "Insert Image from file" to put into a slide or click on thebutton. Google Image search is also handy. Pick “original size” and track it back to its original web page.ALL IMAGES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A REFERENCE TO ITS SOURCE. Example above: I left the textbox outline there to show you that you can squash it to fit underneath the graphic, instead of stretching out across theslide. It can also be in much smaller type than the rest of the slide, since it's just there for reference. If you are usingGoogle Images, it will have the address written on the screen. RIGHT-click on it and choose "Copy shortcut" to get theaddress.2. Text and Printing: Your outline and handouts should be done in Microsoft Word, so we can edit your material togetheror by email. Open-source software (HD Office, Star Office, etc.) can be a pain to open.3. Sources of Informationa. Libraries: use library texts (we have an up-to-date collection of medical texts in every area of medicine), CDROM or Medline sources for literature sources. The library reference librarian will show you how to do this. The St.Michael's Hospital library is another source of medical information. Books and journals can be copied but not removedfrom that library. Hours: 12-4 pm, M-F; call 346-5000 and check to be sure someone will be there when you would like touse the library. The Marshfield Clinic Library is a terrific resource without going to Madison; they have a well-organizedon-line search system as well. Books and journals can be copied but not removed from library. Call the free clinic number(1-800-782-8581), and ask for the Library.5

Seminar (6)b. Internet sources: Medline (PubMed) from the National Library of Medicine. -- This is probably the bestreference collection for topics related to Medicine and physiology. The web b pubmedIt lists journal articles from 1980 and earlier to the present and includes abstracts of the articles as well. It covers severalthousand biologically-related journals! Look for review articles for your background material. Do not use single researcharticles on the subject; they are too narrow. To look for review articles: the opening webpage contains the search box.In the example below, I put in "multiple sclerosis". This brings up all 46,709 journal articles in the database, most recentfirst. But I asked that you look up REVIEW articles. To select only review articles, click on "Review" in the upper rightcorner (red box below).Now you are looking at only the reviews related to multiple sclerosis, most recent first. Check the ones that seem relevant.(I’ve checked one below.)6

Seminar (7)In PubMed, you can go from page to page, checking off review articles that you want. (You don’t need to stop and saveeach page’s choices.) To save all the chosen abstracts and journalinformation at one time, go to the bottom of the last page you checkedand click on the “Send to:” icon.You will get a menuof save options (see right). Under "Choose Destination", click "File".Under "Format" choose "Abstract (text)". Then click on "CreateFile" button. You will find the file in your “Downloads” folder.Rename it and move it to where you want.c. The National Institutes of Health, “Medline Plus” fordisease information. The NIH has excellent background patientmaterial for most diseases at its Medline Plus site, as well as links toresearch areas for cs.html . Justclick on the first letter of the disease at the top.Free vs. fee-pay articles. As you go through your PubMedpages, you will see that some references are listed as “Free PMC” articles (right).You can download those in PDF form immediately at no charge. If it is not listed asfree and the library does not carry the journal, use Interlibrary Loan (below).d. Interlibrary Loan (UWSP Library). For journals that the UWSP Librarydoes not have, you will have to use the UWSP InterLibrary Loan (ILL) online service. Here is the ILL log-in /WIS/OpenURL. The Library ILL website will tell you how to do this on-line.PDF’s of Interlibrary Loan articles arrive electronically in about a week. You will get an email to tell you when they arrive.Give them a week to get the articles.e. Rental Texts: Rental texts for courses in physiology, cell biology, anatomy, etc. are available from Text Rentalafter the first 2 weeks of class for no charge or a modest fee, depending on how many are rented.f. Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy, 19th ed., 2011, and later. If you are researching a medical conditionor disease, the Merck Manual is a must-have reference. The LRC Reference Room has a copy. It has, in condensed form,information on thousands of diseases, their diagnosis, pathology, incidence, and the latest treatments.g. Me. Talk to me. I have some medically-related texts that may also be appropriate. My appointment sheet isposted next to my office door. Weekly sheets are posted for the entire semester on opening day.4. How to List References for the Handout. BOOK: Author(s), Initials. Year. "Title of article/chapter" in Title of Book, Nth edition (Name editor(s), ed.),Publisher, City, pages.example: Johnson, J.J., and A.A. Milne. 1921. "The gall bladder" in Odd Organs, 16th ed. (M. Potts and S.S. Sott,eds.), Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 21-25. JOURNAL: Author(s), Init. Year. Title of article. Name of Journal. volume #: pages.example: Johnson, J.J. and A.A. Milne. 1922. The gall of it all. Science 203: 161-166.7

Seminar (8) INTERNET: Author(s), Init., Year. Title of web page (text/image/movie/animation; other relevant information2).Web page address (URL). (See, "ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TIP" above.)example: Sullivan, J., [year unknown]. "White blood cells eating yeast" (movie, from "Cells Alive" C.movNot


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