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Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers: Exemplary Education Activities and Programs (2016)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Thank You to All the Contributors." National Academy of Engineering. 2016. Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers: Exemplary Education Activities and Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21889.
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Appendix A: Thank You to All the Contributors

The Selection Committee acknowledges the work of the following individuals and their activities.

A Course on “Social Media and Public Health” at SUNY-Albany: Ricky Leung, SUNY-Albany

A Graduate Course Using a Conceptual Model to Identify the Linkages among Technology, Economics, and Societal Values: Otto Loewer, University of Arkansas

Anticipatory Engineering Ethics: Richard Wilson, University of Maryland–Baltimore County

Case Studies for Engineering Ethics across the Product Life Cycle: Matthew Eckelman, Northeastern University

Corporate Social Responsibility Course: Jessica Smith, Colorado School of Mines

Creating a Community of Ethics Educators in Engineering: Thomas Litzinger, Penn State University

Cyber Aggression and Cyber Warfare: An Anticipatory Ethical Approach: Richard Wilson, University of Maryland–Baltimore County

Enacting Macroethics: Making Social Justice Visible in Engineering Education: Jon Leydens, Colorado School of Mines

Engineering a Catastrophe: Ethics for First-Year STEM: Tobias Rossmann, Lafayette College/Rutgers University

Engineering Ethics in Context: Brent Jesiek, Purdue University

Ethical Autobiography: Sandra Woodson, Colorado School of Mines

Ethical Issues in Software Design Course: Chuck Huff, St. Olaf College

Ethics Activities in the Civil Engineering Curriculum at the United States Coast Guard Academy: Hudson Jackson, United States Coast Guard Academy

Ethics and Engineering for Safety: Nancy Leveson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ethics as Philosophical History for Engineers: Daniel Biezad, California Polytechnic State University

Ethics Sessions in a Summer Undergraduate Research Program: Michael Loui, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Purdue University

Ethics When Biocomplexity Meets Human Complexity (Role-Play Workshop) and Nanosilver Linings Case: Kathleen Eggleson, Indiana School of Medicine–South Bend and University of Notre Dame

Foundations of Global Leadership Course: Gregg Warnick, Brigham Young University

Global Engineers' Education Course: Bhavna Hariharan, Stanford University

Global Trends: Strategic Analysis and Systems Thinking for Leadership: Darryl Farber, Penn State University

Graduate Course in Research Ethics: Carl Mitcham, Colorado School of Mines

Humanitarian Engineering, Past and Present: A Role-Playing First-Year Course: Kristin Boudreau, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Introduction to Software Engineering Ethics: Irina Raicu, Santa Clara University

Learning to Listen: A Tool for Morally Engaged Engineering Practice: Yanna Lambrinidou, Virginia Tech

Line Drawing Technique: Ashraf Ghaly, Union College

Mock Internship Hiring Activity: Matthew Jensen, Florida Institute of Technology

Multiyear Engineering Ethics Case Study Approach: Daniel Saulnier, Northeastern University

NanoTRA: Texas Regional Alliance to Foster Nanotechnology Environment, Health, and Safety Awareness in Tomorrow’s Engineering and Technology Leaders: Craig Hanks, Texas State University

Nature and Human Values Course: Sarah Jayne Hitt, Colorado School of Mines

Partnership for Global Health Technologies: Katie Clifford, Boston University

Phenomenological Approach to Engineering Ethics Pedagogy: Valorie Troesch, Michigan Technological University

PRIME Ethics: Purdue’s Reflective & Interactive Modules for Engineering Ethics: Andrew Brightman, Purdue University

Problem-Based Learning in a Professional Ethics Course for Undergraduate Engineering Students: Robert Kirkman, Georgia Institute of Technology

Professional Aspects of Engineering (Graduate Course EGR 602): Nael Barakat, Grand Valley State University

Responsibility of Engineering: Codes & Professionalism (3-hour university course): Steve Starrett, Kansas State University

Student Ownership of Ethics: Sundararaj Iyengar, Florida International University

Team Ethics Assignment: Based on Engineering Student Co-Op Experience: Laura Grossenbacher, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Terrascope: Ari Epstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Ethics of Engineering: A Discussion: Barry Belmont, University of Michigan

The Golden Heart Program: Malini Natarajarathinam, Texas A&M University

The University of Virginia SEAS Senior Thesis: A Culminating Activity: Deborah Johnson, University of Virginia

Three Course Sequence in Medical Device Commercialization: Deborah Munro, University of Portland

UnLecture on Software Engineering Ethics: Vignesh Subbian, University of Cincinnati

Using Student-Authored Case Studies to Teach Bioengineering Ethics: Rosa Lynn Pinkus, University of Pittsburgh

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Thank You to All the Contributors." National Academy of Engineering. 2016. Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers: Exemplary Education Activities and Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21889.
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Ethical practice in engineering is critical for ensuring public trust in the field and in its practitioners, especially as engineers increasingly tackle international and socially complex problems that combine technical and ethical challenges. This report aims to raise awareness of the variety of exceptional programs and strategies for improving engineers' understanding of ethical and social issues and provides a resource for those who seek to improve ethical development of engineers at their own institutions.

This publication presents 25 activities and programs that are exemplary in their approach to infusing ethics into the development of engineering students. It is intended to serve as a resource for institutions of higher education seeking to enhance their efforts in this area.

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