Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management

Professor Information

Instructor Profile Picture

Instructor

Mike Hampton, Ed.D.

Office

HM 357 @ BBC

E-mail

mhampton@fiu.edu

phone

(305) 919-4018

Office Hours

By Appointment or MTWF 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Mobile

(954) 684-6460

Course Description and Purpose

Course Catalog Description

Examines marketing principles, theories and concepts and the use of management principles and techniques of analysis, planning, implementation and control to maximize marketing effectiveness in hospitality organizations.

Course Purpose

This course concentrates on general principles, techniques, and concepts of hospitality marketing and its role in developing customer and service oriented managerial approaches in the globalized hospitality, travel and tourism industry. It is designed to provide you with a working knowledge of marketing processes that have application in hospitality, travel and tourism businesses around the world; and provides a mechanism for understanding the interrelationships between marketing decisions, marketing research, buyer behavior, product strategy, channels of distribution, promotional activities, and pricing decisions. The primary goal is to enable you to evaluate, describe, and design marketing activities utilizing practical insights within an international context.

Course Goal

The goal of this course is to enable students to utilize written and oral communication skills to evaluate, describe and design marketing activities that embrace practical insights and applications in hospitality, travel and tourism within a global context.

Course Objectives

This course will enable the student to grasp the basic concepts, principles and practices of hospitality, travel and tourism marketing and to apply them in practical situations. In particular, students will be able to:

  1. Explain the core marketing concepts [CO1]
  2. Differentiate between marketing services versus goods [CO2]
  3. Describe and evaluate target marketing strategies [CO3]
  4. Conduct an analysis of micro and macro environmental influences [CO4]
  5. Identify resources and methods for market research [CO5]
  6. Outline the key elements of marketing planning [CO6]

Global Learning Outcomes

This course exposes students to the principles of marketing in hospitality, travel and tourism within the context of global application. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  1. Describe the interrelatedness of local, global, international and intercultural issues, trends and systems to marketing (Global Awareness) [GLO1]
  2. Develop a multi-perspective analysis of local, global, international and intercultural marketing issues (Global perspective) [GLO2]
  3. Engage in local, global, international and intercultural problem solving related to marketing (Global Engagement) [GLO3]

Teaching Methodology

This is a course being delivered in a fully online format in which all of the instructional materials and activities are delivered asynchronously through Canvas.

The class is devoted to teaching marketing through a hospitality lens. The focus will be on usable skills that can be applied immediately upon graduation and throughout career progression. This is not a theory class. The best learning experience in an online course can be achieved by participating actively in the assignments and becoming immersed and engaged with the material.

Important Information

Policies

Please review the FIU's Policies webpage. The policies webpage contains essential information regarding guidelines relevant to all courses at FIU, as well as additional information about acceptable netiquette for online courses. For additional information, please visit FIU's Policy and Procedure Library.

As a member of the FIU community you are expected to be knowledgeable about the behavioral expectations set forth in the FIU Student Conduct and Honor Code.

Please be advised that classes may be audio and visually recorded and/or subject to course capture for future access by students in this course. Your attendance/ participation in this course constitutes consent to such recordings, which will only be used for educational purposes by students in the course and securely stored in University systems. If there is a concern regarding the recording and use of such recording, please contact FERPA@fiu.edu.

In the event that make up work becomes necessary due to extenuating or unexpected circumstances, each individual situation will be assessed to determine an appropriate approach that may be taken.

Safety Protocols

As cases and hospitalizations due to the Delta and Omicron variants continue to increase in our community, we must unite and take necessary steps to prevent further spread.  Although this is a fully online course, please be aware of the following if you have the occasion to be on campus.

  1. Daily and before arriving to campus, complete the P3 app. If you are not given the green check mark to enter campus, then stay home, and contact me by email by forwarding your P3 app email notification advising you to stay home.
  2. Please check your FIU email account and your Canvas course at least once a day. Email and Canvas are the official ways for the university, and your professors, to contact you.
  3. If you do not feel well and/or have tested positive for COVID-19, please do not come to class, immediately complete the P3 app to notify the COVID Response Team and contact me by email by forwarding your P3 app email notification as soon as you can. In order to receive an excused absence for P3 failure/COVID-19, you must complete the P3 app and forward the email notification. If directed to stay home by the P3 app, that email notification will serve as your excused absence when you forward it to me. The make-up policies are outlined in this syllabus. [FACULTY INSERT YOUR MAKE-UP POLICY, IF APPLICABLE.]
  4. FIU is following current CDC Guidance. Please refer to the link where you can access their most current information.
  5. Please take every precaution to keep yourself and others healthy. Per CDC guidelines, you are encouraged to get vaccinated and strongly advised to wear a mask indoors and in public including all FIU facilities.
  6. Missing excessive days may lead to failing a class or a grade of incomplete.
  7. For me to assist you in achieving your goals, it is important for you to contact me as soon as you experience any events that might disrupt your course participation. For up-to-date information about COVID-19, please see the fiu.edu FAQs.
  8. Please be advised that classes may be audio and visually recorded and/or subject to course capture for future access by students in this course. Your attendance/participation in this course constitutes consent to such recordings, which will only be used for educational purposes by students in the course and securely stored in University systems. If there is a concern regarding the recording and use of such recording, please contact FERPA@fiu.edu.

Technical Requirements and Skills

One of the greatest barriers to taking an online course is a lack of basic computer literacy. By computer literacy, we mean being able to manage and organize computer files efficiently and learning to use your computer's operating system and software quickly and easily. Keep in mind that this is not a computer literacy course, but students enrolled in online courses are expected to have moderate proficiency using a computer. Please go to the What's Required webpage to find out more information on this subject.

Privacy Policy Statements for Partners and Vendors

Please visit our Technical Requirements webpage for additional information.

If you encounter any technical difficulties with the Canvas system, please contact the FIU Canvas Help Team (Links to an external site.). Please ensure you contact support immediately upon the issue occurring. Late work submissions caused by technical malfunctions will not be accepted

Accessibility and Accommodation

The Disability Resource Center collaborates with students, faculty, staff, and community members to create diverse learning environments that are usable, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable. The DRC provides FIU students with disabilities the necessary support to successfully complete their education and participate in activities available to all students. If you have a diagnosed disability and plan to utilize academic accommodations, please contact the Center at 305-348-3532 or visit them at the Graham Center GC 190.

For additional assistance please contact FIU's Disability Resource Center.

Web Accessibility Statements for Partners and Vendors 

Please visit our ADA Compliance webpage for additional information about accessibility involving the tools used in this course.

Academic Misconduct Statement

Florida International University is a community dedicated to generating and imparting knowledge through excellent teaching and research, the rigorous and respectful exchange of ideas, and community service. All students should respect the right of others to have an equitable opportunity to learn and honestly demonstrate the quality of their learning. Therefore, all students are expected to adhere to a standard of academic conduct, which demonstrates respect for themselves, their fellow students, and the educational mission of the University. All students are deemed by the University to understand that if they are found responsible for academic misconduct, they will be subject to the Academic Misconduct procedures and sanctions, as outlined in the Student Conduct and Honor Code. Academic Misconduct includes:

 Cheating

  • The unauthorized use of any materials, information, study aids or assistance from another person on any academic assignment or exercise, unless explicitly authorized by the course Instructor; 
  • Assisting another student in the unauthorized use of any materials, information, study aids, unless explicitly authorized by the Instructor; and 
  • Having a substitute complete any academic assignment or completing an academic assignment for someone else, either paid or unpaid; and

Plagiarism

  • The deliberate use and appropriation of another are work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the Student's own.
  • Assisting another student in the deliberate use and appropriation of another’s work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the student’s own. 

Learn more about the academic integrity policies and procedures as well as student resources that can help you prepare for a successful semester.

Panthers Care & Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

If you are looking for help for yourself or a fellow classmate, Panthers Care encourages you to express any concerns you may come across as it relates to any personal behavior concerns or worries you have, for the classmate’s well-being or yours; you are encouraged to share your concerns with FIU’s Panthers Care website.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free and confidential help for anxiety, depression, stress, and other concerns that life brings. Professional counselors are available for same-day appointments. Don’t wait to call (305) 348-2277 to set up a time to talk or visit the online self-help portal.

Inclusivity Statement

This course will serve to embrace the diversity and inclusivity found within Florida International University. We appreciate and respect diversity, equality, equity, cooperativeness, community, and sustainability within our online courses. We are committed to the ongoing education of our students and their participation within the course regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, geographical location, religion, and disability. We strive in encouraging collaboration by preparing our students to value the differences in others. At the core of our intentions is the encouragement of acceptance and appreciation of differences within our student population and community.

Copyright Statement

The following conduct is prohibited by the Student Conduct and Honor Code. Lack of familiarity with University policy is not a defense to a violation of this Code. Unless specifically noted, the intent is not a required element to establish a policy violation. The following conduct violation or any attempt to violate the Code will be used in charging all Students or Student Organizations;

Section 5 | Conduct Violations - g. Computer Misuse

  • vii. Unauthorized distribution or downloading of copyrighted materials, including but not limited to, unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing. This is a violation whether the user is using their own personal computer or the University’s information technology system for unauthorized distributions.

Copyright Statement: The materials and content in this online course are provided solely for student use during the course. Course materials may not be shared outside of the course or with any third party without the explicit permission of the instructor or content publisher. Visit FIU Library’s Copyright Lib Guide to learn more about copyright law and restrictions.

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Course Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Textbook and Course Materials

Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism 8th Edition (Required)
title : 

Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism 8th Edition (Required)

authors : 
Philip Kotler
publisher : 
publisher, Jan-2020
publish date : 
Jan-2020
isbn 10 : 
0135209846
isbn 13 : 
9780135209844

Note

As of Fall 2021, FIU has implemented the Panther Book Pack. This is an affordable course materials subscription rental program providing you with the print and digital course materials required by the instructor at a flat rate of $20 per credit hour. When you registered for this course you were notified via email of the materials included in the Panther Book Pack for all your classes. I recommend that you review the pricing for all materials per semester for the greatest savings. You have the option to opt out of this subscription for the semester until the cancellation of enrollment date for the term. Once you opt out, the flat rate subscription amount will be credited to your student account. For more details, visit http://bookpack.fiu.edu (Links to an external site.).

This hospitality marketing book builds on the authors' expertise to discuss an integrative approach to the major marketing decisions hospitality managers face in today's global marketplace. Experiential exercises and new material on social networking, database marketing and revenue management add to the work's usefulness.

Expectations of This Course

This is an online course, which means most (if not all) of the course work will be conducted online. Expectations for performance in an online course are the same for a traditional course. In fact, online courses require a degree of self-motivation, self-discipline, and technology skills which can make these courses more demanding for some students.

Students are expected to:

  • review the getting started page located in the course modules;
  • introduce yourself to the class during the first week by posting a self-introduction in the appropriate discussion;
  • take the practice quiz to ensure that your computer is compatible with the learning management system, Canvas;
  • interact online with instructor and peers;
  • review and follow the course calendar and weekly outlines;
  • log in to the course 3 times per week;
  • respond to discussions by the due date specified. Late work may not be accepted; 
  • respond to emails within 2 days; 
  • submit assignments by the corresponding deadline

The instructor will:

  • log in to the course 5 days per week;
  • respond to discussion postings within 7 days of the deadline
  • respond to emails within 24 hours during week days; 
  • grade assignments within 7 days of the assignment deadline.

Course Detail

Course Communication

Communication in this course will take place via the Canvas Inbox. Check out the Canvas Conversations Tutorial or Canvas Guide to learn how to communicate with your instructor and peers using Announcements, Discussions, and the Inbox. I will respond to all correspondences within 24 hours during week days.

Assessments

In order to mitigate any issues with your computer and online assessments, it is very important that you take the "Practice Quiz" from each computer you will be using to take your graded quizzes and exams. It is your responsibility to make sure your computer meets the minimum hardware requirements.

All assessments will auto-submit when (1) the timer runs out OR (2) the closing date/time is reached, whichever happens first. For example, if a quiz has a closing time of 5:00 pm but the student begins the exam at 4:55 pm, the student will only have 5 minutes to complete the quiz.

  • Timed assessments involve quizzes only; however, other assessments include journal, discussion and active learning assignments that all have a specified due date/time
  • All assessments (quizzes) and assignments are open and available from the beginning of the term up to the due date/time
  • Assessment (assignment) submissions are not accepted after the due date/time
  • The allotted time for completing quizzes is 15 minutes
  • Quiz results will be available immediately upon completion; and guided feedback will be provided for journal, discussion and active learning assignments within 7 days of the due date/time (or sooner)
  • All assessments (assignments) must be posted in Canvas in order for submission review to take place and for points to be applied
  • Assessments (assignments) are not to be sent via email to the instructor

Assessments in this course are not compatible with mobile devices and should not be taken through a mobile phone or a tablet. If you need further assistance please contact FIU Canvas Help Team.

This course requires electronic submission of some assignments through Turnitin within Canvas.  Turnitin is an online anti-plagiarism detection service.  Students retain copyright on their original course work. The use of Turnitin is subject to the Terms of Use (Links to an external site.). A similarity report from Turnitin that reflects a 20% score or greater will not be accepted.

Assignments

Quizzes

In order to mitigate any issues with your computer and online assessments, it is very important that you take the Practice Quiz from each computer you will be using to take your graded quizzes and exams. Assessments in this course are not compatible with mobile devices and should not be taken through a mobile phone or a tablet.

For each chapter assigned from the book, there is a five-question, multiple-choice quiz. Only one attempt to take this quiz permitted, so be sure to have a stable and reliable Internet connection before starting. These quizzes are given to insure that major concepts and principles covered in the reading are being grasped. The quizzes are timed, providing up to 15 minutes to complete all five questions. The entire collection of thirteen (13) chapter quizzes is open and available to be taken any time prior to the deadline set for each week’s assigned material, which is 11:59 pm every Wednesday. The quizzes have a potential of 50 points each, and can contribute up to 650 points toward the overall score.

All assessments (quizzes) will auto-submit when (1) the timer runs out OR (2) the closing date/time is reached, whichever happens first. For example, since the quizzes have a closing time of 11:59 pm, if the quiz is begun at 11:55 pm, there will only be a total of 4 minutes to complete the quiz. All quizzes for the term are open and available from the first day of classes and can be taken any time up to the designated deadline.  Quizzes cannot be re-opened or due dates extended after the deadline has passed.

For more information, please review the important information about quizzes page.

Introduction Video

Because this class is strictly online, the best way for us to get to know one another better is to introduce ourselves through media. Accordingly, you will need to prepare a video recording of yourself and upload the file. This video will contribute a potential total of 100 points toward your final grade. The following information should be included in your introductory video:

  • Your name (e.g., My name is Dr. Terry Michael Hampton)
  • Your nickname or preferred moniker (e.g., Everyone refers to me as “Mike”)
  • Where you are from (e.g., I was born and raised in Miami, Florida)
  • Where you’re currently working and which position you hold (or where you worked most recently).
  • What you want to do when you graduate – specify which sector of the industry you want to pursue (e.g., I want to develop innovative teaching methods for the subject of marketing at Florida International University because it has the best hospitality students in the country).
  • Anything unique that you would like to share/hobbies, special interests or “free time” activities (e.g., I am a major fan of professional cycling and I am a coffee connoisseur).
  • Show at least one visual element (video, audio, photo, image, prop, symbol or other tangible item) that represents who you are (something that represents your personal “brand”).

Keep in mind that introduction postings will be seen by all other members of the class, and therefore care should be taken when determining what details to include. The introduction video must be posted to Canvas no later than midnight, Friday, 14 January.

Journal Entries

Journal entries are expected to be a compilation of reflections and conclusions drawn out of your learning experiences from the modules. You will summarize concepts or principles that were covered in the readings and assignments, explaining what you learned from them, and providing your thoughts on how those concepts or principles can be applied within the global (worldwide) marketplace. Showing quality depth of thought, be sure to emphasize the differences that might be taken into account relative to other regions, cultures, regulatory environments and/or social contexts.

Note: spelling, grammar, and syntax are an important component of grading. If you need help with checking these, please consult the writing center (Links to an external site.). 5 points will be deducted for these types of errors.

The seven (7) journal entries are worth up to 50 points each, with a potential of 350 points toward your final grade.

Journal entries are to be submitted via Canvas and are due no later than 11:59 pm on the designated Thursday.  All journal assignments for the term are open and available from the first day of classes and can be completed any time up to the designated deadline.  Journal assignments cannot be re-opened or due dates extended after the deadline has passed.

Discussion Postings

You are expected to conduct outside cited research and post your thoughts on discussion topics presented throughout the term. There are three (3) topics that can contribute a potential of 100 points each for a total of 300 points toward your final score.

The purpose of the discussion forum is to provide a platform for students to consider how marketing principles may apply differently in the global (international) hospitality, travel and tourism arena based on the norms, attitudes, values, beliefs and social practices of various cultures.

It is expected that students will review other student’s postings and provide comments and/or feedback that reflects depth of thought and consideration. Agreement or disagreement with a fellow student’s posting must be supported by evidence, explanation or a justified alternative viewpoint.

Discussion postings are to be submitted via Canvas and are due no later than 11:59 pm on the designated Friday.  All discussion assignments for the term are open and available from the first day of classes and can be completed any time up to the designated deadline.  Discussion assignments cannot be re-opened or due dates extended after the deadline has passed.

Final Project

The final project consists of two parts – one written presentation and one video presentation.

NOTE: Both parts of the final project MUST be submitted.  If either or both are not submitted by the designated deadline, the overall final score will automatically be reduced by one letter grade.

Written Presentation:

Select a non-chain/non-brand hospitality, travel or tourism business (individual hotel, single restaurant, night club, brewery, winery, distillery), travel company (regional/charter airline - not a mainline carrier, yacht service - not a cruise line, tour operator, individual travel agency - not an OTA) or tourism organization’s (CVB, DMO, local attraction - not Disney or Universal) web site for review.

Using the textbook and any other supplemental material provided throughout the course, prepare a concise/brief 2 – 3 page written document (using APA style formatting), identify what you find in the company's website related to the following marketing considerations:

Section One: (40 points)

Company Name

Web site address (URL)

Section Two: (60 points)

Explain how the core marketing concept of the 4 P’s is represented in the information presented by the company:

  • Product
  • Price
  • Place
  • Promotion

Section Three: (60 points)

Describe the target marketing strategy utilized by the company and evaluate to which market segment(s) the information (appeal) is directed.

Section Four: (60 Points)

Identify the evident resources (tools) that are integrated into the web site that enable data gathering and market research.

Section Five: (60 points)

Analyze which micro and macro-environmental influences are specifically addressed by the information included in the web site, providing an example of one factor from micro and one from macro.

Section Six: (60 points)

Differentiate between how the company markets its services, versus how a manufactured good would be marketed, by identifying their approach to:

  • Intangibility
  • Inseparability
  • Variability
  • Perishability

Section Seven: (60 points)

Provide an assessment of how well this web site incorporates and represents the marketing concepts and principles covered throughout the course, sharing at least one improvement that could be made to enhance its effectiveness.

Total Potential Score of 400 Points

You must use each of the sections provided above as headers in your written assignment. This will insure that you address all of the course learning outcomes. Include a cover page indicating your name, student number, course number and title, academic term and date.

Note: spelling, grammar, and syntax are an important component of grading. If you need help with checking these, please consult the writing center (Links to an external site.). Points will be deducted for these types of errors. The total potential score for this assignment is 400 points.

Video Presentation

For the video presentation, using the information presented in your written presentation, discuss the highlights of each of the sections in a 3 – 5 minute video recorded session. Utilizing good business communication skills (Being informative, demonstrating organization and clarity, showing creativity, engaging the viewer, managing time effectively, utilizing visual aids, and maintaining a professional demeanor/attire/setting) talk through each aspect of the written assignment as it relates to the ad (Do not simply read the written portion of the assignment).

Points

 Evaluation Criteria

Subject: (50 Points)

  • Introduction
  • Identification of organization and marketing message selected
  • Alignment with Written Presentation
  • Informative & Interesting
  • Clear Focus Points

Organization & Preparation: (50 Points)

  • Logical Flow
  • Easy to Follow
  • Smooth Point Transitions
  • Consistent Pacing
  • Evidence of Rehearsal

Creativity: (40 Points)

  • Attention Capturing Components
  • Integration of Unique Factors
  • Enhancement of Visual Appeal
  • Utilization of Supplemental Elements
  • Reference to Data or Results Indicators

Engagement of the Audience: (30 Points)

  • Stimulation of Interest
  • Attention Maintained
  • Body Language & Eye Contact
  • Voice Tone, Inflection, Pitch
  • Active Gestures & Movement

Time Management: (40 Points)

  • Message Kept Between 3 to 5 Minutes
  • Key Points Evenly Spaced
  • Balanced Use of Content & Demonstration

Visual aids: (40 Points)

  • Print/Copy Shown & Highlighted
  • Video Segments Integrated
  • Props or Models Represented
  • Slides, Charts, Posters Referenced
  • Animations/Transitions Applied

Professionalism: (50 Points)

  • Business Attire
  • Astute Demeanor
  • Clear Articulation & Enunciation
  • Message Delivered Without Reading
  • Dignified/Respectable Setting

Total Potential Score of 300 Points

The written and video presentations are due the final week of classes (Week seven). The presentation time for the video is to range between 3-5 minutes. The final project written presentation (possible 400 points) and video presentation (possible 300 points) combined have a potential of contributing 700 points toward your final score.

Be sure to also review the complete Final Project Assignment Instructions in Canvas Module #13.

For written assignments, you are required to cite sources properly using an appropriate style manual such as the APA.  For details on APA style, see the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 

Recommended text for APA style for in-text citations and reference lists:

American Psychological Association (2020). APA publication manual (7th ed,). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 

APA Style Tutorial: https://extras.apa.org/apastyle/basics-7e/#/lessons/cn3Cb6ANDrUSP9p-iF74eaXCwYJfJJV-

Zoom Video Conference 

Zoom is a video conference tool that you can use to interact with your professor and fellow students by sharing screens, chatting, broadcasting live video/audio, and taking part in other interactive online activities. We may be utilizing this tool to conduct optional (not required) supplemental guest speaker sessions.

Announcements will be made in advance of any scheduled Zoom supported optional activities.

Zoom meetings can be accessed via the Zoom link in the course navigation menu. Once you click on the Zoom link, it will route you to join the meeting for the respective class session. You will also be able to view upcoming meetings, previous meetings that you have already joined, and meeting recordings. Before joining an actual class session:

If you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact the FIU Canvas Help Team. Please ensure you contact support immediately upon the issue occurring.

Grading

All scores (grades) will be posted in the Canvas grade book so that course standing and progress are available, and can be continuously monitored, throughout the term.

Course Requirements
Number of Items
Points for Each
Total Points Available
Introduction Video
1
50
50
Quizzes
13
50650
Journal Assignments
7
50
350
Discussion Assignments
3
100300
Final Project / Written
1
400400
Final Project / Video
1
300
300
Total
26
N/A2050

Grading Schema

Name From To
A
100%
95%
A-
< 95%
90%
B+
< 90%
87%
B
< 87%
83%
B-
< 83%
80%
C+
< 80%
77%
C
< 77%
70%
D
< 70%
60%
F
< 60%
0%

Course Calendar

Modules

Assignments

0% of Total
Due Jan 12 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Jan 19 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Jan 26 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 02 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 09 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 16 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 23 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 09 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 16 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 23 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 30 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Apr 06 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Apr 13 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
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Due Jan 14 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
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Due Jan 20 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 03 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Feb 17 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 10 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Mar 24 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Apr 07 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Apr 14 2022 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
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Due Jan 28 2022 at 11:59 pm | 100 pts
Due Feb 25 2022 at 11:59 pm | 100 pts
Due Apr 01 2022 at 11:59 pm | 100 pts