2.   What are the goals and objectives for instruction in social responsibility regarding scientific and engineering practice and research? How can instructors determine whether they are being met in the classroom, programs, or centers?

3.   Are there examples of successful practices for RCR education or education in/about social responsibility? What characteristics do they share? How have they been assessed?

4.   Are there examples of successful efforts in administrative and institutional settings that support education on RCR and social responsibility? What characteristics do they share? How have they been assessed?

5.   Are there examples of successful innovations in institutions and in research cultures that improve ethical practice in science and engineering? What characteristics do they share? How have they been assessed?

6.   Are there examples of integrated assessments that have evaluated instructional and administrative efforts at an institution or institutions? Are there meta-analyses of ethics education programs or might such an effort be useful?

 

4:30 PM Workshop Adjourns


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