The 2018 Bovay Lecture in Engineering Ethics

presented by the Cornell University Bovay Program in History and Ethics of Engineering

Wednesday, April 18, 4:45 PM Phillips Hall 101

Students welcome! Refreshments provided.

Dr. Gretchen Goldman ’06
Union of Concerned Scientists

Scientists, Advocates, and Politicians: The State of Scientific Integrity in the Federal Government

Hosted by the Bovay Program in History and Ethics of Engineering, the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Cornell Engineering.

Gretchen Goldman, Union of Concerned Scientists

Bovay Seminar Series in Engineering Ethics 2018

A weekly lunchtime speaker series discussing issues surrounding ethics in engineering

Wednesdays, 12:15-1:15 PM
Rhodes Hall 310

Lunch provided for all attendees

Hosted by the Bovay Program in History and Ethics of Engineering, the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Cornell Engineering.

February 21
Amy Cheatle
Information Science, Cornell University
Sensing Machines: Human Robot Interactions in Design and Repair

February 28
Prof. Ifeoma Anjuwa
ILR, Cornell University
The New Workplace Surveillance: Sensing, Analysis, and Wearable Engineering

March 7
John Driscoll
Systems Science
Portland State University
Engineers as an Endangered Species? Considering Issues in Generative Design

March 14
Dana Havas
Materials Science and Engineering
Cornell University
Engineering Outside the System: DIY Infrastructure and Upstate NY Fiber Processing

March 21
Dr. Park Doing
Bovay Program in Engineering Ethics
Cornell University
All that Money for What?? A Report from the CERN History Project

April 11
Prof. Malte Ziewitz
Science and Technology Studies
Cornell University
Black Hat, White Hat: The Ethical Work of Search Engine Optimization

April 18
2018 Annual Bovay Lecture
Phillips Hall 101,Ÿ 4:45 PM

Dr. Gretchen Goldman ‘06
Union of Concerned Scientists
Scientists, Advocates and Politicians: The State of Scientific Integrity in the Federal Government