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Teaching

A place to begin your search for instructional methods, syllabi, and links to some beginning resources on integrating ethics into your course, research project, or workshop.

Case Study Method

Cases studies have long been a key tool in ethics education. They can be used to initiate class discussions, made into technical problems that can be integrated into technical problem sets, or be integrated into workshops or laboratory meetings.

Diversity in Environmental Engineering—Successes and Challenges

A. Bhandari, Jones, S. A., Clapp, L. W., Fennell, D. E., and LaPara, T. M., Diversity in Environmental Engineering—Successes and Challenges, Journal of Environmental Engineering, vol. 132, American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 701-702, 2006.

Intensive Environmental Sustainability Education: Long-Term Impacts on Workplace Behavior

B. I. Dvorak, Stewart, B. A., Hosni, A. A., Hawkey, S. A., and Nelsen, V., Intensive Environmental Sustainability Education: Long-Term Impacts on Workplace Behavior, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education & Practice, vol. 137, pp. 113-120, 2011.

Motivations of Program Partners for Environmental Sustainability and Persistence of Benefits

A. Kekilova, Dvorak, B. I., and Williams, R., Motivations of Program Partners for Environmental Sustainability and Persistence of Benefits, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education & Practice, vol. 141, p. -1, 2015.

Data Mining and Privacy of Social Network Sites' Users: Implications of the Data Mining Problem

Using interactive online role-playing simulations to develop global competency and to prepare engineering students for a globalised world

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