Spring 2020 Interdisciplinary Seminar
in Engineering Ethics
Thursdays · noon · Rhodes 310
The Bovay Program in History and Ethics of Engineering welcomes graduate students from all fields to an informal weekly seminar hosted by Dr. Park Doing. Lunch will be served to all attendees.
If you are interested in participating, contact Park Doing.
The Annual Bovay Lecture in History and Ethics of Engineering
May 3, 2019 · 5 PM · Phillips 101
Gideon Lewis-Kraus, “Notes from inside Google Brain and the DNA labs of Archaeology: Disrupting the Humanities with Engineering”
Lewis-Kraus is the author of No Exit: One Silicon Valley Startup Struggles to Survive a Modern Gold Rush and his essays, reportage, and critiques have been published in Harper’s Magazine, McSweeney’s, The Believer and The New York Times Magazine.
Weekly Grad Seminar on Engineering and Society
The Graduate Student Seminars on Engineering and Society are open to all engineering faculty and students on Wednesdays, 12:15-1:15 in 310 Rhodes Hall. Lunch is provided for all attendees.
The purpose of the seminars is to bring graduate students from engineering, science, the humanities, the social sciences and policy together to learn about research and catalyze cross-disciplinary connections.
The seminars are sponsored by the Bovay Program for History and Ethics of Engineering, and is hosted by Park Doing, Lecturer (ECE).
Accompanied by Dr. Park Doing, Materials Science seniors Sarah MacDonald and Adeline Tse traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the 2nd Annual Ethics Case Competition at Lockheed Martin Co. that was co-sponsored by the University of Illinois Gies College of Business. Story from www.DigitalEngineering247.com