Online Resource Center for Ethics Education in Science and Engineering (ORCEESE) Crosscutting Programs
|Linda Layne||Ephraim P. Glinert||CISE/IIS|
|Jill L. Karsten||Carter Kimsey|
|Joseph A. Akkara||Cassandra M. Dudka||OD/OISE|
|Donna M. Riley||Susan Finger|
|Potential applicants should contact the program by using the group's e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org (NSF Ethics Education in Science and Engineering Contacts).|
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The program will fund one five-year award (2014-2018) to collect and curate multi-media materials (including research findings, pedagogical materials, and promising practices) for an online, state-of-the-art resource center that will support efforts by scientists and engineers to incorporate ethical issues and reasoning into their pedagogy and research. The online resource center should be creative, comprehensive, accessible, and evolving. The team will incorporate strategies and techniques to keep the Ethics Online Resource Center relevant and up to date.