This work is the final report of the University of Kansas Initiative in Ethics Education in Science and Engineering, a project undertaken in cooperation with Kansas State University, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Bernstein, Dan; De George, Richard; May, Douglas; Rosenbloom, Joshua L.; Starrett, Steven; Anderegg, Andy and Luth, Matt. (2010). Final Report of the University of Kansas Initiative in Ethics Education in Science and Engineering. Lawrence: Office of Research and Graduate Studies, the University of Kansas.
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