Additional Resources

Stephen Unger’s Ends and Means Blog:

In this blog, I plan to write about a variety of subjects, ranging from e-voting to globalization to engineering ethics to efficient use of energy.


National Academy of Engineering’s Online Ethics Center:

The Online Ethics Center (OEC) is a repository of resources on science, engineering, and research ethics that help engineers, scientists, scholars, educators, students, and interested citizens understand and address ethically significant topics and problems that arise in the practice and results of science and engineering.


Illinois Institute of Technology – Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions – Ethics Codes Collection:

In June 1996, the Center received a grant from the National Science Foundation to put our extensive collection of codes of ethics on the web. We have included those codes of ethics of professional societies, corporations, government, and academic institution, of the over 1,000 codes we have in our paper archive, who gave us permission to include their code.

…and their separate blog – Ethics Codes Collection.


Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace (ESJP):

Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace (ESJP) is a network of academics, practitioners, and students in a range of disciplines related to engineering, social justice, and peace.



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