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    Interview with Burl Finkelstein I. Introduction: The purpose of this report is to communicate the findings of my interview with Burl Finkelstein, a working engineer, through the use of email, and to learn the importance of quality communication throughout the engineering workplace. This report will e II. Background/Experience: Burl Finkelstein is a professional engineer who is currently working at Kason Industries. Mr. Finkelstein has been working as a professional engineer since 1983. He has had various engineering jobs over the past 50 years and is well qualified for the work he does. Employer Position Job Descripition Experience Mercury Tool and Die Tool Designer and Machinist Designed various tools and used the machines to create…

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    From the analyzations of this case, two forms of ethical engineering requirements are presented. The decision of the engineer was to fulfill the act of confidentiality to the client in which he cannot confer business affairs to other authorities (NSPE code of ethics section II 1c). Also the engineer should hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public as stated by (ASCE Canon 1a). The engineer considers loyalty to the client, which is explained in the NSPE code of ethics section…

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    The advocacy of the ASME is to promote the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe thru education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations, and other form of outreach. One of ASME goals is to provide advice to government officials at any kind of levels on engineering and technology matters and policies affecting the public interest and to make them understand…

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    in my future decision of becoming a chemical engineer, but I still only received a C. I was particularly very interested in how atoms are the building blocks of everything in the universe including our galaxy,…

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    Communication in Industrial Engineering The world will always need engineers to bring ideas into life, however engineering is not for everyone. Thankfully, there are many different branches of engineering, whether it be mechanical, electrical, chemical, etc. One commonly overlooked is the field of industrial engineering. After I was certain I wanted to go into engineering, I took a good look at all the fields available. I decided that industrial engineering was the best fit for me, but I still…

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    Like general ethics, engineering ethics also involves investigations into values, meaning and facts. These inquiries in the field of engineering ethics are of three types. 1. Normative Inquiries 2. Conceptual Inquiries 3. Factual or Descriptive Inquiries 2.4.1 Normative Inquiries These inquiries are mostly helpful to identify the values which guide the individuals and groups in taking a decision. These are meant for identifying and justifying some norms and standards of morally desirable…

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    British Columbia, Canada. The scan will first identify high-level policies towards foreign credential recognition, and then specifically policies for the profession of engineering. The findings will inform strategic directions for the province of Ontario, Canada. The paper has selected Australia, and the provinces of British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta due its similarities to Canada and the province of Ontario. Both Australia and Canada have a federalist system of government with delegated…

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    Three words identify me: Gujarati, 1st generation, and the eldest. One thing I learned from being identified with these words is the importance of my family. It is from them I get my support and motivation to keep trying, even if all odds are against me. More importantly, it was because of my family that I am here in the United States having an opportunity to study and to pursue a dream or rather goals, despite being a woman and being part of a low cast group. My family gave me the opportunity;…

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    In his book, Michael Tietelbaum criticizes the STEM program, citing the shortages of the program and implications of the policy on education and the workforce. His book excellently brings out a wealth of data and information, revealing the history of booms and bust in science and engineering employment. It as well outlines the shortages of STEM, as fault tool for lobbying for high skills and used to curb immigration. Even though the book presents great ideas in relation to challenges of…

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    Engineering Disasters One of the most famous engineers was Thomas Edison who famously stated that “ [he had] not failed, [he had discovered] 10,000 ways that did not work”. Despite Edison’s numerous failures, he eventually perfected his version of the light bulb, got it patented and proceeded to make his invention available to consumers. Edison’s approach illustrates the engineer’s ideal process, as he repeatedly tests and perfects the design of the desired result before releasing the result to…

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