Support for ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

Hello Engineering Ethics Division Members,
There is still some funding available through Engineering Unleashed (see below) if you are interested in attending this year’s virtual ASEE conference. The link for the application is included in the email below.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Kern Foundation/Engineering Unleashed we still have funds available for qualifying ASEE members to have their ASEE Virtual Conference fully paid for.  I am excerpting from a previous email:

We are happy to report a very generous offer from Engineering Unleashed ( to provide a full, $500 registration scholarship for up to 200 members with financial need (a program chair whose division has under $2500 in its BASS account; best-paper awardees; first-time authors; and professional track [non-tenure track] or untenured faculty members).

We have an application process in place for members seeking financial aid. Please find the application here. Applications will be considered until funds are expended, which we anticipate may happen as late as June 1, 2020.

Conference registration is here.

Thank you!

OEC Webinar Series – The Third Webinar

Dear Engineering Ethics Members,

I hope you all are staying safe, sheltered, and healthy during these absolutely unprecedented times. I know times have been very difficult and concerning for a lot of us, so please do what you need to do to take care of yourselves.

I want to bring to your attention the third and last webinar of the academic year sponsored by the OnLine Ethics Center. This webinar series is supported by a grant from the NSF, and is in collaboration with the Engineering Ethics Division of the ASEE. Below you will find the information about the webinar.


OEC Webinar Working Ethics into the Conversation: Teaching Ethics in the International Context

Thursday, May 7 at noon (EST)


Presented by Brent K. Jesiek, Associate Professor, Purdue University, with joint appointments in the School of Engineering Education and School of Electrical Engineering. Chair of the graduate program in the School of Engineering Education; leads the Global Engineering Education Collaboratory (GEEC) research group,  and serves as a co-editor for the Online Journal for Global Engineering Education.


With discussant Paul Gannon, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Montana State University – Bozeman


Registration URL

Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope you all can make it to the webinar!