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 case studies your reflective comments are invited on some or all of the following. As part of your analysis include information on the stakeholders and how they are impacted both positively and negatively.
- Who are the stakeholders and how they are 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?
- Please submit comments to other member's comments
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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.
|S. Majumdar||Amity University||India|
|W. Marcy||Texas Tech||US|
|R. Chakraborty||London Churchill College||UK|