Robert Kirkman
Robert Kirkman
Associate Professor, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Engineering ethical curricula: Assessment and comparison of two approaches
MJ Drake, PM Griffin, R Kirkman, JL Swann
Journal of Engineering Education 94 (2), 223-231, 2005
The engineering and science issues test (ESIT): A discipline-specific approach to assessing moral judgment
J Borenstein, MJ Drake, R Kirkman, JL Swann
Science and Engineering Ethics 16 (2), 387-407, 2010
Skeptical environmentalism: the limits of philosophy and science
R Kirkman
Indiana University Press, 2002
At home in the seamless web: Agency, obduracy, and the ethics of metropolitan growth
R Kirkman
Science, technology, & human values 34 (2), 234-258, 2009
The ethics of metropolitan growth: The future of our built environment
R Kirkman
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
A little knowledge of dangerous things
R Kirkman
Merleau-Ponty and environmental philosophy: Dwelling on the landscapes of …, 2007
Why ecology cannot be all things to all people: The “adaptive radiation” of scientific concepts
R Kirkman
Environmental ethics 19 (4), 375-390, 1997
The ethics of metropolitan growth: a framework
R Kirkman
Philosophy & Geography 7 (2), 201-218, 2004
Reasons to dwell on (if not necessarily in) the suburbs
R Kirkman
Environmental ethics 26 (1), 77-95, 2004
The test of ethical sensitivity in science and engineering (TESSE): a discipline-specific assessment tool for awareness of ethical issues
J Borenstein, M Drake, R Kirkman, J Swann
Annual ASEE Conference, American Society for Engineering Education …, 2008
Urban transformation and individual responsibility: The Atlanta BeltLine
R Kirkman, DS Noonan, SK Dunn
Planning Theory 11 (4), 418-434, 2012
Did Americans choose sprawl?
R Kirkman
Ethics & the Environment 15 (1), 123-142, 2010
Problem-based learning in engineering ethics courses
R Kirkman
Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning 11 (1), 2017
Navigating bioethical waters: Two pilot projects in problem-based learning for future bioscience and biotechnology professionals
RM Berry, AD Levine, R Kirkman, LP Blake, M Drake
Science and engineering ethics 22 (6), 1649-1667, 2016
Institutional obstacles to integrating ethics into the curriculum and strategies for overcoming them
K Walczak, C Finelli, M Holsapple, J Sutkus, T Harding, D Carpenter
Darwinian humanism: a proposal for environmental philosophy
R Kirkman
Environmental Values 16 (1), 3-21, 2007
Technological momentum and the ethics of metropolitan growth
R Kirkman
Ethics, Place and Environment 7 (3), 125-139, 2004
Making smart and sustainable infrastructure projects viable: Private choices, public support, and systems constraints
S Zhou, D Noonan, R Kirkman
Urban Planning 2 (3), 18-32, 2017
The risks of hydraulic fracturing and the responsibilities of engineers
R Kirkman, C Arson, L Stewart, R Harris, A Francis
Darwinian humanism and the End of Nature
R Kirkman
Environmental Values 18 (2), 217-236, 2009
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