Science, Technology, and Society Scholar Robert McGinn

Pondering Ethical Dilemmas, Neapolitan Folk Music, and Doing What You Love

Robert McGinn ITGR

Robert McGinn is a professor of management science and engineering, and of science, technology, and society at Stanford University, where he has taught since 1971. His academic specialties are ethical issues in engineering workplaces, technology in society, ethics, science, and technology, and ethics and public policy. Before participating in a panel on the future of public space, he talked art, jazz, and 19th-century Neapolitan folk songs in the Zócalo green room.

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