2013 ENGRG 1050

In the Fall 2013 semester, the Bovay Program gave sessions for 23 Engineering 1050 First Year Engineering Experience classes, averaging 18 students each.  An introduction to the Bovay Program in Engineering Ethics was given, along with an overview of topics in engineering ethics including integrity of the engineering process, patents, organizational decision making, uses of technology in society, energy and the environment, and diversity of engineering.  After that, the fundamental canons of ethics from the Society of Professional Engineers were described to the students.  Then, students were encouraged to discuss the recent Harvard cheating scandal as a means of raising the issue of academic integrity.

1050 Sections:

Prof. David Hammer – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Michel Louge – Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Prof. Andy Ruina – Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Prof. Michael King – Biomedical Engineering
Prof. Cynthia Reinardt-King – Biomedical Engineering
Prof. Eilyan Bitar – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Lena Kourkoutis – Applied and Engineering Physics
Prof. Daisy Fan – Computer Science
Prof. Les Trotter – Operations Research and Information Engineering
Prof. Huseyin Topolagu – Operations Research and Information Engineering
Prof. David Hysell  – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Anthony Reeves – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Bruce Turnbull – Operations Research and Information Engineering
Prof. Abraham Stroock – Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Prof. Larry Cathles – Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Prof. Michael Spencer – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Xiling Shen – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Ronald Kline – Bovay Program in Engineering Ethics/Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. David Albonesi  – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Larry Bonassar – Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Prof. Chris Schaffer – Biomolecular Engineering
Prof. Larry Brown – Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Prof. John Cisne – Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

2013 ENGRG 1050