The Ethical Engineer brings together multiple academic institutions and organizations to discuss the ethical practice of engineering in an international environment.
As you read and analyze a case study, your reflective comments are requested on all of the following:
- Who are the stakeholders, and how are they impacted both positively and negatively?
- What knowledge and skills are needed to implement sophisticated, appropriate, and workable solutions to the complex global problems facing the world today?
- What interdisciplinary perspectives would help identify innovative and non-obvious solutions?
- What insights can you articulate, based your culture and other cultures with which you are familiar, to help understand your worldview and enable greater civic engagement?
- What is your position on the right thing(s) to do?
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There is a comment box at the end of each article. Reflect on the ethical issues in an article in a 200-500 word response. Try to organize and structure your response – don’t worry about spelling or grammar.
Also, please take a moment to submit a comment on someone else's comment.
|S. Majumdar||Amity University||India|
|W. Marcy||Texas Tech||US|
|R. Chakraborty||London Churchill College||UK|