Engineering is consistently ranked by the general public in the U.S. as one of the top five ethical professions. Have we tricked the public or is this an honor we have truly earned? When you joined ASCE you made a commitment to subscribe to the ASCE Code of Ethics and even agreed to report any observed violations of the Code. Do you have a copy of and understand this Code? Do you consider ethics only during the hour your state licensing board may require ethics training? Are you aware that ASCE is leading the effort to develop global ethical standards? We have not tricked the public because we take ethics seriously and insist that others do also.
- Exactly what are ethics
- How did the ASCE Code of Ethics come about
- What does the Code say and can I possibly live by it
- Where can I get help in making ethical decisions
- How does ASCE enforce the Code
- What does the ASCE General Counsel have to say
- What is ASCE's involvement in global ethics
Attendees will earn 1.5 PDH Credit.
Lunch will be provided.
- Member - $25
- Non-Member - $30
- Student - $15