This online seminar explores the role of emotion and empathy in how engineers learn to make ethical decisions. It will explore the ways in which empathy can be integrated into engineering education, what engineering ethics teaching can learn from ethics teaching in other professional education settings, and map the growing research in the field of emotion in engineering ethics education.
Nicola W. Sochacka (University of Georgia, USA): Using empathy to build embodied ethical understandings of complex socio-technical challenges
Yesim Korkut (Laurelate International İstanbul Bilgi University, Turkey): Integrating emotion into ethics education : what can be learned from professional and clinical psychology
Johanna Lönngren (Umeå University, Sweden), Alberto Bellocchi (University of Queensland, Australia), Homero Murzi (Virginia Tech, USA) Madeline Polmear (University of Florida, USA) and Roland Tormey (EPFL, Switzerland): A systematic review on Ethics and Emotions in Engineering Education Research
Organiser: Roland Tormey (EPFL, Switzerland)