Engineering ethics is attracting increased interest in engineering universities throughout the nation. At Texas A&M University, evidence of this interest in professional ethics culminated in the creation of a new course in engineering ethics, as well as a National Science Foundation project to develop material for introducing ethical issues into required undergraduate engineering courses
The Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) is an international, independent, not-for-profit organisation which develops and promotes anti-corruption measures for the infrastructure sector.
GIACC believes that corruption can only be prevented and dealt with if both public and private sector organisations implement effective anti-corruption measures as a necessary and core part of their day-to-day corporate, procurement and project management.
A range of resources on ethics in engineering are published by the United States' National Society of Professional Engineers. Includes archives of ethics case summaries, videos, board of ethical review cases and frequently asked questions on engineering ethics.
A list of 42 case studies based on real world situations about ethical issues faced by engineers. All cases contain facts for the case, followed by alternate approaches to resolving the issues presented, survey results and a forum consisting of other issues submitted by respondents. Cases should be attributed to National Institute for Engineering Ethics (NIEE), Purdue University.