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Integrating Microethics And Macroethics In Graduate Science And Engineering Education: Developing Instructional Models

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2009 Annual Conference & Exposition

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Austin, Texas

Publication Date

June 14, 2009

Start Date

June 14, 2009

End Date

June 17, 2009

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2153-5965

Conference Session

Engineering Ethics: An Interdisciplinary Endeavor

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Liberal Education

Page Count

10

Page Numbers

14.763.1 - 14.763.10

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https://peer.asee.org/5190

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Joseph Herkert Arizona State University Polytechnic

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Joseph Herkert, D. Sc., P.E., is Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology at Arizona State University. He has taught engineering ethics and related courses for more than twenty years. His work on engineering ethics has appeared in engineering, law, social science, and applied ethics journals. Dr. Herkert is the past Editor of IEEE Technology & Society and a founding Associate Editor of Engineering Studies. He received his BSEE from Southern Methodist University and his doctorate in Engineering and Policy from Washington University in St. Louis. He has been honored for his contributions by the ASEE Liberal Education Division and the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology.

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Jameson Wetmore Arizona State University

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Jameson Wetmore is an assistant professor in the School of Human Evolution & Social Change and the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes at Arizona State University. He has a PhD in Science & Technology Studies from Cornell University. He studies the social dimensions of technology with particular interests in regulation, social implications, and the development of new ways to help scientists and engineers understand their impacts on and responsibilities to the world. He recently edited two volumes: Technology & Society: Building Our Sociotechnical Future (MIT Press) and the Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume 1: Presenting Futures (Springer).

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Heather Canary Arizona State University Polytechnic

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Heather E. Canary (PhD, Arizona State University, 2007) is assistant professor of communication at Arizona State University. Her primary research areas include organizational communication and family communication in contexts of disability and public policy. She teaches courses across the communication discipline, particularly in organizational and family communication. In her courses, Dr. Canary emphasizes ethical implications of communication behavior. Her research includes investigating efficacy of ethics education in communication courses. Dr. Canary’s work has been published in several journals, including Journal of Business Ethics, Communication Education, Journal of Applied Communication Research, and Health Communication.

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Karin Ellison Arizona State University

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Dr. Ellison works in the areas of research ethics and history of technology. As Associate Director, Center for Biology at Society, she provides responsible conduct of research education to life scientists and is a founding member the doctoral degree program in science studies. As a Dean’s Fellow, she is reviewing the student academic integrity policy for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Prior to coming to ASU, Dr. Ellison was Interim Assistant Dean for Research Policy and Compliance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Ellison’s Ph.D. is from the Program in Science, Technology and Society at MIT.

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Herkert, J., & Wetmore, J., & Canary, H., & Ellison, K. (2009, June), Integrating Microethics And Macroethics In Graduate Science And Engineering Education: Developing Instructional Models Paper presented at 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition, Austin, Texas. https://peer.asee.org/5190

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