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Social Justice in Engineering Curriculum: Course modules to address the problematics of capitalism, systematic inequality, and imperialism
Cole Joslyn, Canek Phillips, and Andrea Mazzurco
Purdue University

Transforming Curricula and Community through Participatory Research and Engagement
Jacqueline El-Sayed
Marygrove College

Examining Embodied Strategies for Enhancing Empathic Perspective-Taking in Ethical Reasoning and Engineering Design
Andrew Brightman
Purdue University

Reconstruct: Western and Noongar ways of knowing and practicing engineering: a community service learning program
Caroline Baillie
University of Western Australia

Educating for a Revolution: Discerning together the Highlander Idea and its Lessons for ESJP's Work
Donna Riley and Andrew Katz
Virginia Tech University

Discourses of Development and the Language of University-Based Engineering-for-Development Program Websites
Stephanie Matos
University of Central Florida

Methods to Engage Communities in Framing and Solving Humanitarian Engineering Challenges
Andrea Mazzurco and Brent K Jesiek
Purdue University

Incorporating sustainable ideas into traditional infrastructure – a hands-on peacebuilding approach to help solve an international cottage-scale environmental issue
Marissa Jablonski
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Natural Integration of Participatory and Value Sensitive Design in Product Realization
Mohamed El-Sayed
Kettering University

Microgrids for Rural Electricity
Marcel Castro Sitiriche
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

Bamboo as an Appropriate Technology: Overview of Research at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez
Christopher Papadopoulos, Pablo José Acevedo Acevedo, Antoine Luckner Sanon, Wadson Phanord
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

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