Ethics, Part II

Ethics, Part I

Inductive Charging Could be the Answer

Tire Company Fights Licensing Board for Right to Use the Word “Engineer”
A tire company fights a licensing board for the right to use "engineer" in its title....

Civil Engineering Solves Global Challenges
When we harness the ability to turn connections into knowledge, we can transform the civil engineering profession....

Next Step: Listen, Be Helpful, and Keep the Train Moving
Manuel Vera Caraballo, P.E., M.ASCE, was recently promoted to assistant department head at Dewberry. He advises that younger engineers learn about all aspects of engineering, listen closely to others’...

Higher Learning: Sustainable Design Course Puts the Focus on the End User
Lori Troxel, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, professor of practice in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Vanderbilt University, uses “design thinking” to teach sustainability principles....

Direct-Air Carbon Dioxide Capture Systems Launched

House Handily Approves Water Resources Development Act
The House passes the Water Resources Development Act, putting pressure on the Senate to advance its water resources bill....

Serpentine Pavilions Open in London and Beijing

Company Will Extract Beneficial Products from El Paso’s Desalination Concentrate

CTBUH Announces 2018 Best Tall Buildings

FAA Launches Drone Pilot Test Aimed at Upgrading Flight and Operations Rules
Drones are becoming increasingly useful—including in construction projects and infrastructure systems—and their growing popularity has the Federal Aviation Administration adjusting its regulations....

Setting the Boundaries: The Point of Beginning Survey
Thomas Hutchins began the first major U.S. land survey at the Point of Beginning, in East Liverpool, Ohio....

Beyond the Map: Unruly Enclaves, Ghostly Places, Emerging Lands and Our Search for New Utopias, By Alastair Bonnett. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2018

Hydrocarbon Nation: How Energy Security Made Our Nation Great and Climate Security Will Save Us, By Thor Hogan. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018

Building Washington: Engineering and Construction of the New Federal City, 1790–1840, By Robert J. Kapsch. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018

A Question of Ethics: Kickbacks Get Members Kicked Out
Kickbacks get members kicked out....

Water Reuse Guide Aims to Help Designers Consider Sustainability Principles

Morphosis’s Orange County Museum of Art to Join Southern California Arts Campus





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