|Statement||Rachelle Hollander, editor ; Nathan Kahl, co-editor ; Advisory group for the Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society ; National Academy of Engineering of the National Academies|
|Contributions||National Academy of Engineering. Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society, National Academies Press (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TA157 .E628 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2010283710|
The volume also includes two case studies and student perspectives on one curricular model dealing with community development. National Academy of Engineering, Advisory Group for Engineering, Ethics, and Society. , Engineering, Social Justice, and Sustainable Community Development: Summary of a workshop. Washington D.C.: National Academies. “A lot of engineering problems involve complex or unclear social, political and economic issues. Providing students an opportunity to explore that is important.” One big draw for students in the class is the opportunity to work with community partners on actual engineering projects. Engineering for Sustainable Communities: Principles and Practices is a comprehensive resource for sustainable engineering methods throughout the life cycle of infrastructure projects and systems. As stewards of the nation’s infrastructure, civil engineers are called to lead and advocate for sustainable design, programs, and development. In addition, this book: Provides a transformative framework for engineering educators in service learning, professional communication, humanitarian engineering, community service, social entrepreneurship, and social responsibility Includes strategies that engineers on the job can use to advocate for social justice issues and explain their.
model dealing with community development. KEYWORDS humanitarian engineering, sustainable engineering, service learning engineering, en-gineering for community development, sustainable community development (SCD), Engineers Without Borders (EWB), appropriate technology, social justice, interna-tional engineeringFile Size: 3MB. Engineering and Social Justice. Identified social justice as the missing dimension of sustainable community development through the book Engineering Education for Social Justice by Lucena and the book Engineering Justice: Transforming Engineering Education and Practice by Leydens and Lucena. ENGINEERING, PUBLIC, Social Justice, sustainable, SUSTAINABLE development: Abstract: This book presents an overview of engineering for sustainable community development. It provides a history of engineers involved in development, the problem of using industry-based practices when designing for communities, how engineers can prepare to work with. The topics that social sustainability concept integrates include but are not limited to; health and social equity, human rights, labor rights, practices and decent working conditions, social responsibility and justice, community development and well-being, product .
Hello Ankita, Thank you for sharing a reading list on engineering and social justice with readers of the Engineering for Change website. One useful addition would be a category on Engineering Education, which has increasingly engaged the role of social justice in engineering education, via books such as these: Riley, Donna (). This book, Engineering and Sustainable Community Development, presents an overview of engineering as it relates to humanitarian engineering, service learning engineering, or engineering for community development, often called sustainable community development (SCD).Cited by: Engineering and Social Justice, which identified social justice as the missing dimension of sustainable community development through the book Engineering Education for Social Justice by Lucena and the book Engineering Justice: Transforming Engineering Education and Practice by Leydens and Lucena. Whether you aspire to be an activist, planner, or advocate, the sustainable community development (SCD) program presents you with the toolbox to create effective community change. Our SCD major is one of the first of its kind in the nation. Through an interdisciplinary approach we examine the three pillars of sustainability—environmental, social, and economic—in a Read More →.