Teaching Ethics in STEM

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  • Applied and Anticipatory Ethics: Research in Engineering and Information Computer Technology Ethics

    Added05/29/2019

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    This project presents the work of the project lead, his co-author, and his students with the explicit goal of performing an exploratory analysis that involves applying ethical principles, codes of ethics, and at times legal distinctions to several case studies. The work presented here is meant to be studied, critiqued, and developed into further research.

  • Montana State University Engineering Ethics Education

    Added05/29/2019

    Engineering; Ethics; Science; Society

    This project summarizes engineering ethics activities being conducted by the Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering (NACOE), which is dedicated to providing an inclusive, hands-on learning environment that supports academic excellence, strives for innovation in research and serves the community in Montana and beyond. This includes the work of the Montana Engineering Education Research Center (MEERC), which is engaged in the practice and research of engineering ethics and societal implications of science and technology.

    Author(s) Paul Gannon
    Authoring Institution Montana State University
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