Videos

Past Lectures and Workshops

Diversity to inclusion to equity and social justice: considering different levels of analysis to rethink what “broadening participation” means in engineering education

Daniels Fund Faculty Workshop on Professional Ethics Education by Dr. Alice Pawley (Purdue University), September 11, 2018

Beyond “diversity:” considering ruling relations to help make engineering education more socially just

Daniels Fund Lecture Series on Professional Ethics Education by Dr. Alice Pawley (Purdue University), September 10, 2018

When Emerging Technologies Confront Wildness

Daniels Fund Lecture Series on Ethics of Emerging Technologies by Dr. Christopher J. Preston (University of Montana), April 19, 2018

The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reengineering Our World

Daniels Fund Lecture Series on Ethics of Emerging Technologies by Dr. Christopher J. Preston (University of Montana), April 18, 2018

How to Succeed in Teaching Ethics Without Really Trying

Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program Faculty Workshop by Dr. Michael C. Loui, Purdue University, April 5, 2017

Engineering Ethics and Engineering Education

Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program Public Lecture by Dr. Michael C. Loui, Purdue University, April 4, 2017

Ethics Across the Curriculum: Some Ideas for Teaching and Assessment

Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program Faculty Workshop by Dr. Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology, January 18, 2017

Solving Ethical Problems in Engineering and Across Curriculum

Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program Faculty Workshop Dr. Michael S. Pritchard, Western Michigan University, and Dr. Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley University, April 8, 2016

The Successful Engineer: Values and Careers

Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program Public Lecture Dr. Michael S. Pritchard, Western Michigan University, and Dr. Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley University, April 8, 2016