|Title||MIT Course||Preview||Type of Activity||Instructional Approach||Content Area||SDG|
|Essay 1||Writing about Nature and Environmental Issues||
Purpose of assignment:
|Paper||Other||Writing||SDG 15 - Life on Land|
|Final Paper (Course Version 20.005)||Ethics for Engineers: Artificial Intelligence||
The student is expected to turn in a 10–15 page paper by the last class, in which the ethical and technical issues of a problem are analyzed. This project is a chance for you to explore in greater depth a subject in biological engineering of particular interest to you that has ethical implications. We are open to any subject that relates to bioengineering and ethics, but some possible general topics include exploring the ethics of Crispr/Cas-9, cloning, stem cell research, human testing, GMOs, or human-animal hybrids.
|Paper||Other||Ethics||SDG 16 - Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions|
|Assignment 5 (Theoretical Environmental Analysis)||Theoretical Environmental Analysis||
Problem set from the class Theoretical Environmental Analysis.
|Problem Set||Other||Biology, Earth Science||SDG 15 - Life on Land|
|Homework 2||Transport Processes in the Environment||
Problem set for the course Transport Processes in the Environment.
|Problem Set||Other||Environmental Transport Processes||SDG 15 - Life on Land|
|Problem Set 1: Geochronology and the Age of the Solar System||Physics and Chemistry of the Terrestrial Planets||
Problem set for the course Physics and Chemistry of Terrestrial Planets.
|Problem Set||Other||Chemistry, Physics||SDG 15 - Life on Land|
|GFDVII: Taylor Column||Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate Dynamics||
Demonstration for the course Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate Dynamics.
|Demonstration||Other||Fluid Dynamics||SDG 15 - Life on Land|
|Homework 3||Fundamentals of Advanced Energy Conversion||
Problem set from the class Fundamentals of Advanced Energy Conversion at MIT.
|Problem Set||Other||Energy Engineering||SDG 7 - Affordable & Clean Energy|
|Trip Project Proposal||D-Lab I: Development||
This form will allow the D-Lab staff to provide feedback and help you prepare for your project. You should fill in a form for each project you are working on, but only one of them will be turned in to be graded. You should continue to refine the proposals throughout the semester.
|Proposal||Experiential Learning||Development||SDG 9 - Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure|
|Final Paper||Science Activism: Gender, Race, and Power||
The final paper must be between 4000 and 5000 words and should either address in greater depth one of the case studies explored in class or develop a different case defined by an activist, movement, or event involving science activism after 1945 anywhere around the world.
|Paper||Other||Activism||SDG 16 - Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions|
|Hydrostatic balance and lapse rate||Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate Dynamics||
Problem set for the course Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate Dynamics.
|Problem Set||Other||Fluid Dynamics||SDG 15 - Life on Land|