OEC Ethics Video Challenge
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Online Ethics Center (OEC) sponsored its first Ethics Video Challenge to promote consideration of ethical issues in the research and work-life of scientists, engineers, and engineering students. The 2012 contest topic was Energy Ethics. Teams of students from across the US submitted 18 videos to the competition.
Climate Change Educational Partnership (CCEP)
An award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) (Award #1043289) to the US National Academy of Engineering establishes a Phase I Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) in collaboration with Arizona State University, Museum of Science-Boston, University of Virginia, Colorado School of Mines, and the Phoenix Union High School District.
Energy Ethics in Science and Engineering Education: EESE Collaborative Research
This collaboration of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and Arizona State University (ASU) examines energy ethics issues that concern the responsible conduct of science and engineering and also those that arise in the interactions of science, engineering, technology, and society.
Ethical and Societal Implications of Advances in Militarily Significant Technologies that are Rapidly Changing and Increasingly Globally Accessible
CEES Project on Ethical and Societal Implications of Advances in Militarily Significant Technologies that are Rapidly Changing and Increasingly Globally Accessible
This section contains descriptions and links to resources assembled as part of past projects of the Center for Engineering Ethics and Society at the National Academy of Engineering.