For those of you registered in the State of Maryland, be sure to take advantage of this session. It will help you fulfill the 1 PDH requirement on ethics. For those of you registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia and/or the District of Columbia, this session also helps you add 1 PDH toward your license renewal.
And if none of the above scenarios applies, discover how to assess if situations that make you queasy have ethical implications. Ethics is a vital topic; it is concerned with how you evaluate choices to determine which is good or evil, right or wrong, desirable or undesirable. Ethics is a human necessity.
During this session, you will:
- Learn about the three foundation principles of ethics
- Relate these principles to those in the ASCE Code of Ethics
- Review the application of these principles in ethical cases, both professional and personal
Ranjit Sahai, PE, F.ASCE is the 2013-14 ASCE-NCS Past President. He is an author and principal at RAM Corporation, a consulting engineering firm focused on traffic engineering, storm water management, and technology projects. He has a keen interest in philosophy and has completed several online courses on the topic. Join the NCS Transportation Committee at this session to not only receive a PDH toward your PE license renewal but also to learn from ethical cases ASCE highlights in its monthly communication with its members.
WHEN: April 11th 11:45 PM to 1:00PM
WHERE: George Washington University Campus, Lehman Auditorium Room B1220
The event is free and food will be served. Attendees will earn 1 PDH that counts toward their PE license renewal requirements.