Undergraduate Voices

Undergraduate Voices is a series showcasing student writing created in University of Dayton writing seminars conducted by Amir Kalan. The articles highlight the humanities sides of the students’ intended majors, reflecting the ethical, sociocultural, and historical dimensions of their disciplines to complement the technical education they receive in specialized courses.

Accordingly, in these seminars, the students are invited to use writing as an epistemological tool to learn about the fields they are about to enter; they at the same time write as a form of social action to create awareness in their community and to sensitize their peers and instructors to the human and power relational aspects of science and technology education.

Photo by Inbal Marilli from Unsplash; image is provided in compliance with the Unsplash user license.

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Complete Volume

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Undergraduate Voices, Volume 1 (2018), Amir Kalan

Editor's Page

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Editor's Page, Volume 1, Amir Kalan

Literature Reviews

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Discrimination against Women in the Field of Engineering, Julia Weber

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Formal and Informal Undergraduate Ethics Education in Engineering, Grace Ports

Research Articles

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Positive Effects of Sustainability in Buisness, Matt Westman

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Engineering's Effects on Communities through an Ethical Framework, Bailey A. Reid

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Ethics Education in Engineering: Practices on and off the Campus, Katherine Theis

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Advocating for More Experiential Learning Strategies in Medical School, Seth D. Adams

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Sustainability in Chemical Engineering, Alec T. Raber

Research Reflections

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The People and Purpose of Business: The Philosophical View of the Workings of a Corporation from a First-Year Business Student, Jared Beach