presentations/workshops/talks

Presentations

  • Lambrinidou, Y. and D. M. Riley. 2016. Engineers in the Public Interest: Histories, Models, and Future Directions. Paper accepted for presentation at the 25th Annual Conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE), Reston, VA, February 18-21.
  • Katz, A., D. M. Riley, and Y. Lambrinidou. 2016. Shadow Codes of Engineering Ethics: An Experiment in Ethics Imaginaries. Paper accepted for presentation at the 25th Annual Conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE), Reston, VA, February 18-21.
  • Riley, D. M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2015. Canons Against Cannons? Social Justice and the Engineering Ethics Imaginary, 122nd American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14-17, Seattle, WA.
  • Edwards, M. 2015. Lessons Learned from the Washington D.C. Lead Crisis (so far). Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Annual Conference. Yale University, June 16.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. 2014. Where Is the Public in “Public Policy”?: The EPA Lead and Copper Rule, Social Injustice, and Public Harm (session on “Negotiating Public Policy: Actors, Knowledge and Contested Political Fields”), American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, December 3-7.
  • Canney, N., Y. Lambrinidou, and D. Riley (roundtable organizers). 2014. Serving the Public or the Power Elite? Narrow Conceptions of ‘Service’ and ‘Society’ in Engineering [in “Engineering Process and Social Justice” roundtable], Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace (ESJP) Network Annual Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 17-19.
  • Lambrinidou, Y., W. Rhoads, S. Roy, E. Heaney, G. Ratajczak, and J. Ratajczak. 2014. Ethnography in Engineering Ethics Education: A Pedagogy for Transformational Listening, 121st American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, IN, June 15-18.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. and M. Edwards. 2013. Learning to Listen: An Ethnographic Approach to Engineering Ethics Education (poster presentation), 120th American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA, June 23-26.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. and M. Edwards. 2011. Bridging the Gap Between Engineers and Society: Learning to Listen. 4th Symposium on Engineering & Liberal Education, Union College, Schenectady, NY, June 4.

Workshops

  • Edwards, M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2013. Bridging the Gap Between Engineers and Society: Learning to Listen [Graduate Ethics Education], 2013 Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors (AEESP) 50th Anniversary Conference, July 14, Golden, CO.

Invited Talks

  • Lambrinidou, Y. 2015. Whose Knowledge Counts? Washington, DC’s “Lead Crisis” and the Risk of Ignoring Non-Expert Voices (presentation to undergraduate engineering education class “Citizen Engineering”), Virginia Tech, December 3.
  • Edwards, M. 2015. The Washington D.C. Lead Crisis: Prelude to Flint 2015. Hurley Medical Center Pediatric Grand Rounds, Flint, MI, December 2.
  • Edwards, M. and S. Roy. 2015. Flint Water Crisis. Interview with undergraduate class Engineering for Everyone. Smith College, October 23.
  • Edwards, M. 2015. Sacred Obligation of Engineers and Scientists to the Public (Distinguished Lecturer). Cornell University, October 20.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. Heroic By Nature, Cowardly by Convenience. Washington University, Brown School of Public Health, October 21.
  • Edwards, M. 2015. Jonathan Baldwin Turner: The Public University in the 21st Century! (Presentation sponsored by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP)), Virginia Tech, May 1.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. 2015. Ethics Integration as Engaged Knowing and Professional Practice (Presentation at Office of General Education Pathways Summer Institute on Integration), Virginia Tech, June 3-5.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. 2014. Who Should Teach Ethics and How Should It Be Taught? (Presentation to GRAD 5114: Pedagogical Practices in Contemporary Contexts), Virginia Tech, October 29.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. 2014. Computational Power and Expert Knowledge: Ethical Considerations, Parts 1 and 2 (Presentation to undergraduate computer science class “Computational Thinking”), Virginia Tech, September 4 and October 28.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath (Lunch Speaker at Women’s Faculty Club), Virginia Tech, April 16.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath. University of California, Riverside, April 4.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath (Keynote Address). North Carolina State University Graduate Research Symposium, March 7.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath (Seminar). University of Arizona, March 4.
  • Edwards, M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2014. Professional Ethics: The Case of Partial Lead Service Line Replacement (Part 2, video-conference presentation to undergraduate environmental engineering class). South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, February 27.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. and M. Edwards. 2014. Science Journal Ethics: The Case of Partial Lead Service Line Replacement, Scientific Integrity, and Public Health (Part 1, video-conference presentation to undergraduate environmental engineering class), South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, February 20.
  • Edwards, M. 2014. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath: Reflections of a Citizen Scientist. The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, January 9.
  • Edwards, M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2014. Responsible Conduct of Practice (Ethics seminar via via web-x to senior class), Missouri University of Science and Technology, October 16.
  • Edwards, M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2014. Witnessing Wrongdoing and the Obligation to Prevent Harm (Ethics seminar via web-x to senior class), Missouri University of Science and Technology, October 9.
  • Lambrinidou, Y. and M. Edwards. 2013. Flawed Science, Breach of Ethics, and a Regulatory “Remedy” that Causes Public Harm: EPA’s 1991 Lead and Copper Rule and the Endangerment of US Children, University at Buffalo, December 6.
  • Edwards, M. 2013. Heroic by Nature, Cowardly by Convenience (TEDx talk), Virginia Tech, November 9.
  • Edwards, M. 2013. The Washington DC Lead Crisis and its Aftermath (Seminar), Washington University St. Louis, November 8.
  • Lambrinidou, Y., E. Heaney, G. Ratajczak, and J. Ratajczak. 2013. Silenced Voices, Whose Stories Do Experts Count? Lessons from Affected Communities at the Intersection of Science, Public Policy, and Environmental Health, University at Buffalo (Organized by the UB Civic Engagement & Public Policy Research Initiative; Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering; UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Clean Air Coalition of Western New York; and UB Office of Sustainability), December 5.
  • Edwards, M. and Y. Lambrinidou. 2012. Ethics Education of Graduate Students, Frontiers in Environmental Engineering Education, Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP), St. Louis, MO, October 18-19.