Justin L. Hess

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Promoting the ethical formation of engineering students through the cultivation of their discipline-specific knowledge, sensitivity, imagination, and reasoning skills has become a goal for many engineering education programs throughout the United States. However, there is neither a consensus throughout the engineering education community regarding which(More)
Disclaimer: This paper was written by two authors1 who grew up in the developed part of the Western world with experience in different countries and cultures within the developed Western world and to a limited extent in the southern hemisphere world. One of the authors brings with him an academic background in engineering. The other author brings a(More)
Dr. Justin L Hess is the Assistant Director of the STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute. In this role, Justin is working on improving the state of STEM education across IUPUI’s campus. Dr. Hess’s research interests include exploring empathy’s functional role within engineering and design; designing STEM ethics curricula; and evaluating students’(More)
There is a concerted effort to improve online learning in higher education, including in the domain of engineering ethics. The benefits of online learning include ease in sharing course content, flexibility in the timing of participation, and increased variation in delivery modes for course material. However, the relative effect of online and hybrid(More)
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