Teaching and Learning for Social ImpactMain MenuIntroductionIntroduction to the Teaching SchemaWhy: Teach for Social ImpactHow: Course Design for Social ImpactWhat: Topics to Teach for Social ImpactAbout this PublicationWashington University in St. Louis
1media/Khalid-Kadir-e1503043857862-1024x746.jpg2020-08-20T14:26:48-07:00Emily Stenbergd6a6bb12fd4bf8d4cfa2693e85dd60fabe37afe53769012Engineering, The Environment & Societyplain2020-09-03T11:50:32-07:00Emily Stenbergd6a6bb12fd4bf8d4cfa2693e85dd60fabe37afe5
Engineering, The Environment & Society
In this ACES Faculty Spotlight video, Khalid Kadir discusses why he believes that engineers need to learn about the social and political roots of their technical work. Kadir is a recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award, UC Berkley’s most prestigious honor for teaching.
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12020-08-20T14:38:08-07:00ACES Faculty Spotlight: Khalid Kadir1Khalid Kadir discusses his ACES course: Engineering 157AC: Engineering, The Environment and the Society offered Spring 2014 at UC Berkeley.plain2020-08-20T14:38:08-07:00YouTube2014-01-14T21:50:45ZFrsD-kvKg0gThe American Cultures Center at UC Berkeley