Engineering and social justice in the university and beyond
This book describes the work of international scholars aiming to integrate engineering with social justice, focusing on the role of scholars in teaching, research, and community engagement. From discussing how courses can be designed to encourage engagement, to how scholars are conducting research to improve the lives of marginalized communities, this book features a variety of perspectives on ways engineering can achieve social impact.
Baillie, C., Pawley, A., & Riley, D.M. (2012). Engineering and social justice in the university and beyond. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. Full Text.
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