Reflective Choices is dedicated to the discussion of the ethical practice of engineering in an international environment. Multiple academic institutions and organizations participate in this website. If you or your institution are interested in participating please contact either Dr. Roman Taraban email@example.com or Dr. William Marcy firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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Read Featured Articles and Case Studies by clicking on a title in the Index below. To submit a comment, you must register as a Member. There is a comment box at the end of each article. Reflect on the ethical issues in an article in a 200-500 word response. Try to organize and structure your response – don’t worry about spelling or grammar.
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|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Case Study: Balancing Risks with Multiple Stakeholders Involved|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Case Study: Compliance with Environmental Regulations|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Case Study: Hurricane Katrina: A Large Scale Systems Failure|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Case Study: Outsourcing Manufacturing to Developing Countries|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Case Study: The Value of Intellectual Property|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Featured Article: Engineering Ethics and Its Impact on Society|
|US||W. Marcy||Texas Tech||Featured Article: What Does It Mean to be a Professional?|
|US||W. Schaller||Texas Tech||Featured Article: Who's Responsible for Paying the Costs of Prevention, Mitigation, and Adaptation Due to Climate Change?|
|US||W. Schaller||Texas Tech||Featured Article: Who Will Be Harmed by Climate Change?|
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