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PostedJune 20, 2017 AT 3:35 PM
Engineering, Social Justice and Peace Conference
Jan 25th to 27th 2018 San Diego, US
Valuing and honoring our commitments
ESJP 13 at the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering, USD
The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at the University of San Diego is delighted to host the 13th annual Engineering, Social Justice and Peace (ESJP) conference January 25th-27th 2018. This conference celebrates the commitment that USD and the Shiley-Marcos School have made through their RED (Revolutionizing Engineering Departments) program to support the development of engineering students who are “changemakers” for social justice, economic development and sustainability on a global scale.
ESJP was founded in 2004 by a group of academics who questioned the complex relationship that engineering has with social and environmental justice. In order to ensure that continuing and future practices were not explicitly or unwittingly supporting injustices but actively promoting ...
PostedMay 2, 2017 AT 10:30 AM
We are delighted to have Dr. Henry Petroski of Duke University as the Keynote Speaker of the Tenth Symposium on Engineering and Liberal Education. The title and abstract of Dr. Petroski’s talk can be found at (https://muse.union.edu/ele-symposium/keynote-2017/).
The program at-a-glance can be found at (https://muse.union.edu/ele-symposium/program-2017/). The program is packed with interesting papers and exciting workshops.
Registration for the Symposium is free and includes all meals. We invite you to register on the website (https://muse.union.edu/ele-symposium/registration/) at your earliest convenience but no later than May 19th if you wish to attend Friday and/or Saturday dinner(s).
A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at the Hampton Inn in Schenectady and the special symposium rate is available throughMay 2nd. Please see (https://muse.union.edu/ele-symposium/travel-and-lodging/) for more details on travel and ...
Why it is unique or exemplary This Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) award supports a five-year project that brings researchers and students from six U.S. institutions together with five partner institutions in India and three in China to conduct ...
A bibliography of guidelines, books, reports and journal articles looking at the use and ethical issues associated with big data in computer science, the information sciences, life and environmental sciences, and the social sciences.
The code of ethics of the International Society of Ethnobiology. This code is accompanied by a history of the code of ethics and an ethics toolkit.
A annotated bibliography looking at ethical issues and societal implications raised by human enhancement, including cybernetic and genetic technologies, cognitive enhancement, moral enhancement, and what it means to be human. Types of materials included in the bibliography include policy documents, reports web sites, films, books and journal articles.