Science and Engineering Ethics 7 (4):507-520 (2001)

Development of and influence on ethical beliefs were surveyed at a major research university campus. Courses were ranked by faculty and students as most important. Mentors were ranked eighth in a list of nine factors. Of the 1,152 returned student questionnaires, 97 (8.4%) made the effort to write comments, and of the 610 faculty questionnaires returned, 64 (10%) wrote comments. These comments were rich in detail and description.
Keywords development of ethical beliefs  ethics courses  faculty comments  mentor  questionnaire  student comments
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-001-0008-8
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