A Look into the IEEE Engineering Ethics
For some time the EMCC has been concerned that university engineering programs have not been giving appropriate visibility to ethics education in the engineering curriculum. To address this issue, the EMCC has produced a 45-minute video that can be used in university electrical and computer engineering programs that will assist faculty and students in gaining a better understanding of the need for ethical conduct within the practice of engineering and can provide students and faculty with approaches that will enable a better focus on ethics in the context of the university classroom. We would appreciate your assistance in making university engineering programs in your region aware of this new teaching aid.
The 45-minute video is archived at IEEE.TV and can be accessed at any time here.
The IEEE Ethics and Member Conduct Committee (EMCC) advises the IEEE Board of Directors on ethics policy and concerns, fosters awareness on ethical issues and promotes ethical behavior among individuals and organizations working within the IEEE fields of interest.