Engineering Ethics in the Modern Workplace

Morals and Morsels with Conrad Robinson: an IEEE Columbus/PES Joint Event
How does the economic and cultural climate of the country affect our daily decisions as engineers? In a workplace overcast by federal regulations, state laws, industry codes, and corporate policies, what is the responsibility of the front-line employee in owning the products that flow from their desk? And why should we care? Join the Columbus IEEE Section and the Columbus Power and Energy Society as we snack on appetizers and apply the NSPE code of Ethics to the everyday decisions of a 21st century engineer.

Note: 1 PDH credit will be offered for this presentation. Please RSVP.

Who: Columbus IEEE members, Power and Energy Society Members, and guests
What: Presentation and Discussion on Engineering Ethics
Where: AEP Ohio Building, 700 Morrison Road, Gahanna, OH
When: April 4th, 2019:
5:45-6:00pm Check in, snacks, and networking
6:00-7:15pm Program
RSVP: Register with vTools online by April 1st
Questions? Contact Colleen

About Conrad Robinson:

Conrad Robinson earned a BA in History & Philosophy from Centre College in 2006, and an MA in Philosophy from OSU in 2009. In 2013, Conrad was the recipient of the Marion Teaching Grant, enabling him to study religion and culture in India, to broaden his own world views. Conrad is an adjunct professor at Columbus State Community College and The Ohio State University, leading classes on ethics, engineering ethics, contemporary moral problems, and other subjects related to international cultures and religions.

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