Ethics in Engineering Practice Student Projects Symposium

Join the class of ENGRG 3600 Ethics in Engineering Practice for a student projects poster symposium, featuring a keynote from Prof. Jon Leydens (Colorado School of Mines).

This event will showcase research projects by students studying various cases in engineering ethics, including:

Autonomous weaponsAgricultural robotsThe Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disastersGenerative artificial intelligenceHuman genome editingAnd more!Schedule

2:30 PM – Snee Hall 1146 – Keynote Lecture

3:00 PM – Snee Hall Atrium (first floor) – Poster Session

4:10 PM – Closing


This event, hosted by the Sue G. and Harry E. Bovay Program in the History and Ethics of Professional Engineering, was made possible in part through the support of the Sidney and Anne Braudy and Louis and Edith Manker Fund.

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