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Ethics and Excellence in Engineering

Originally delivered May 6, 2008
Developed by: AIChE
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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Beyond the basic technical competencies of our discipline, what are our priorities as engineers? This seminar explores this question, and thus establishes the foundations of engineering ethics and professional excellence. It also examines codes of ethics for engineers, and discusses their role in defining the way that we conduct ourselves as engineers.

Presenter(s): 

Alan P. Rossiter

Alan P. Rossiter, PhD, P.E., is president of Rossiter & Associates, a consulting company based in Bellaire, TX (Email: alan@rossiters.org; Website: associates.rossiters.org), which helps industrial companies achieve excellence in energy efficiency. He received his PhD in chemical engineering, from the University of Cambridge.

He has more than 35 years of experience in process engineering and management, including eight years in plant technical support, design and research with Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI, United Kingdom) and nine...Read more

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