Engineering Ethics
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Toxic Village - Engineering Ethics

A video done by a group of student for engineering ethics class at Texas A&M at Qatar.
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Corruption...

Exploitation...

Bullying...

 

Despite the hard work of conservation authorities, the above mentioned things continue to overshadow the great work that can come out of developmental projects through engineering.  Whilst there are acceptable ways of dealing with things like waste discussed in this video, certain companies and individuals would rather save a few dollars and discard of their waste in ways that have ripple effects some time later.  When implementing processes engineers should always look at the long term effects of all activities they undertake as it is possible for them to get caught out in the end like what happened in this video.  Unfortunately though, the bad guys are not always caught out. 

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Engineering Ethics--Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Michael McFarland, SJ, computer scientist and Jesuit priest, talks about why ethics is important for engineers and the impact of his Jesuit education on his ...
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Ethics in engineering is a big issue.  With the pinnacle of ethics in our society being the church, who better to shed light on the link between engineering and ethics than a Jesuit priest... 

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