Daniel A. Vallero
Daniel A. Vallero
Adjunct Professor Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
Author/Contributor
  • Added03/31/2010

    Updated02/11/2016

    This case includes handouts for 4 teams, each with hidden agendas, to be used in class discussion. It is also accompanied by a companion presentation on "The Environmental Implications of Biotechnology." The case concerns the City of L’Acide that has contracted with an engineering firm to remediate a 3 hectare hazardous waste site from an old firing range.
    Author(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Year 2010
  • Added07/01/2010

    Updated05/12/2016

    This informational article by Daniel A. Vallero serves as a starting point for group discussion of the possible misuse of emerging technologies. It is accompanied by an annotated presentation that addresses emerging technologies and ethical decision-making.
    Author(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Contributor(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Year 2010
  • Added02/14/2012

    Updated11/17/2015

    This case is adapted from a case in: Brian Schrag, ed., Research Ethics: Cases and Commentaries, Volume 6, Bloomington, Indiana: Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2002. It is meant to encourage discussion about authorship practices in a national government-owned, government-operated lab.

    Author(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Contributor(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Year 2012
  • Nixing a Good Apple?

    Added02/14/2012

    Updated01/13/2016

    A number of the ideas and questions in this case are a based on those presented in Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research Through Case Study Approach: A Handbook for Instructors, Stanley G. Korenman and Allan C. Shipp, Eds., 1994. This case has been adapted from an academic environment to a national government owned, government operated (GOGO) Laboratory setting, and it highlights authorship considerations in this environment.

    Author(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Contributor(s) Daniel A. Vallero
    Year 2012
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