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Using a Problem-Based Leaning Approach to Incorporate Safety Engineering into Fundamental Subjects

A. Vidic, Using a Problem-Based Leaning Approach to Incorporate Safety Engineering into Fundamental Subjects, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, p. 04015013, 2015.

Connecting Past with Present: A Mixed-Methods Science Ethics Course and its Evaluation

How much do engineering students know about sustainable development? The findings of an international survey and possible implications for the engineering curriculum

Strategies for developing sustainable design practice for students and SME professionals

A model for teaching bioethics and human rights through cinema and popular TV series: A methodological approach

Introducing Survival Ethics into Engineering Education and Practice

Teaching Life-Cycle Perspectives: Sustainable Transportation Fuels Unit for High-School and Undergraduate Engineering Students

Education for Sustainable Development: Methodology and Application within a Construction Course

Research Ethics Education in the STEM Disciplines: The Promises and Challenges of a Gaming Approach

Research Ethics Education in the STEM Disciplines: The Promises and Challenges of a Gaming Approach

Project-based learning for first-year engineering students: Design of CO2 sequestration

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