Body of Knowledge in Sustainability Overview
- Course ID: ELA114
- Type: eLearning (online) Course
- Language: English
- Skill Level: Basic
- Duration: 7 hours
- CEUs: 0.70
- PDHs: 7.00
Take this online course to understand the concepts and tools that define professional competency in the increasingly important area of sustainability. Learn about the connectivity among society, the economy and the environment as well as the sustainable engineering principles you need for decision-making and problem solving. Get an overview of the AIChE Institute for Sustainability (IfS) Body of Knowledge in Sustainability and how it applies to you.
Learn from a cadre of sustainability experts as they examine the IfS Body of Knowledge in Sustainability. See what is required for sustainability competency. Begin with an introduction to sustainability and then move on to environmental stewardship and performance, safety performance/measurement and metrics, and product stewardship. Conclude with an examination of societal impact and ethics, risk assessment and value and supply chain management.
This online course is a foundational aspect of the AIChE Credential for Sustainability Professionals (ASCP). You do not have to be enrolled in the Credential to take the course, though we suggest you consider it. (link)
Georjean Adams is a recognized environmental and health chemical legislative and regulatory expert focused on managing chemical risks with innovative approaches toward sustainability by integrating the needs of the public, government and industry. She has significant diverse experience within a multinational manufacturing company, preceded by work at USEPA. In addition, she has broad experience in development and management of practical EHS systems proven effective across companies, customers and government....Read more
Dr. David T. Allen is the Gertz Regents Professor of Chemical Engineering, and the Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Resources at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of six books and over 180 papers, primarily in the areas of air quality and pollution prevention. For the past decade, his work has focused primarily on urban air quality and the development of materials for environmental education. Dr. Allen was a lead investigator for the first and second Texas Air Quality Studies, which involved hundreds of researchers drawn from around the...Read more
Ms. Grubbe has seen engineering ethics from many perspectives, and will bring her broad perspective to the webinar. A registered PE, she is a former Chair of the Law Enforcement and Ethics Committee of the Delaware Board, has consulted with NASA on safety culture after the Columbia Shuttle Accident, and has lectured extensively to students and professionals on safety and ethics. She has 40 yrs experience in industry and in private practice, and is currently co-authoring a ebook on an "Engineers' Professional Responsibility."...Read more
Audrey Murrell, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Business Administration, Psychology, Public and International Affairs, and Director at David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership, University of Pittsburgh, School of Business.
She received her BS from Howard Unviersity, magna cum laud in 1963 and also holds an MS and PhD from the University of Delaware.
Over the years, Audrey has served as a consultant in the areas of mentoring, organizational effectiveness, teamwork, diversity, and leadership development. She is also the author of the...Read more
Dr. Jeffrey Seay is the PJC Board of Trustees Engineering Professor and Associate Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Paducah Extended Campus Program. He also holds an appointment as Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Dr. Seay joined the University of Kentucky in 2008 after a 12-year career as a process engineer in the chemical industry. His research interests include the integration of sustainable biomass supply...Read more
Dr. Shonnard is professor and Richard and Bonnie Robbins Endowed Chair in Sustainable Use of Materials in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Michigan Technological University and director of the Sustainable Futures Institute. He has over 25 years of academic experience in sustainability issues in the chemical industry and green engineering. His research interests are in environmental fate and transport of pollutants, health risk assessment from pollutants in the environment, wood-based advanced biofuel processes, environmental life cycle assessments and techno-economic analyses of...Read more
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