This is an online event.
Joining instructions will be provided after booking.
16:00 - 18:00 CET
Engineering ethics has increasingly become a significant part of engineering education frameworks worldwide. While accreditation and policy play a major part in the construction and design of engineering programmes, the weight of ethics at this level is variable. Please join us in the debate, this online seminar will explore accreditation and its role in engineering ethics education with an international panel of speakers:
Alison Gwynn-Evans (University of Cape Town, South Africa): “Using an expanded conceptual framework for ethics to engage with accreditation: A South African perspective.”
Madeline Polmear (University of Florida, USA): “Engineering educators' perspectives on accreditation in the US context”
Diana Adela Martin and Catherine Deegan (TU Dublin, Ireland): “Evaluating ethics for the purpose of accreditation on-site and online: challenges and suggestions from the Irish context”
Select the ticket and reserve your place in the seminar.
The information about the Zoom meeting will be sent to you in the confirmation email.
For further information you may contact the organiser, Dr Sarah Junaid (Aston University) firstname.lastname@example.org
SEFI Ethics Seminar ticket - 4 February
Zoom - Online