Case Studies in Engineering Ethics

When:  May 15, 2024 from 11:30 AM to 01:30 PM (CST)
Associated with  Minnesota Section
Join virtually us over lunch for a two-hour ethics presentation, provided to us by ASCE's General Counsel, Tara Hoke! Spots are limited so be sure to sign up soon! This lunch & learn is intended to satisfy Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID's PE ethics license requirements.
The topic will be "Case Studies in Engineering Ethics" with the following learning objectives:
  1. Review the ASCE Code of Ethics and understand the “hierarchy” of an engineer’s ethical obligations
  2. Test the engineer’s understanding of ethical principles through application to real-world case studies
  3. Consider best practices to contribute to creation of an ethical workplace
Speaker Bio:
Tara Hoke's responsibilities for ASCE include legal consultation in the areas of employment, tax, corporate, contract, antitrust, and intellectual property law. She also serves as Secretary for the Committee on Publication Ethics, a UK-based nonprofit established to provide guidance to journal editors and publishers on publication ethics.
NOTE: If you do not register and pay for this event, you will not receive the PDH certificate.

Pricing Information

Registration Price
Member $30.00
Non-member $40.00


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