Zhu, Q. (2020, March), Gene editing technology, personhood, and Confucian ethics. Paper presented at the Colorado School of Mines Quantitative Science and Engineering Graduate Seminar. Golden, CO, March 6.
Woodson, S. (2019, October), Intercollegiate ethics bowl as a pedagogical tool. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum. Villanova, PA, October 10-12.
Zhu, Q., Niseuma, D., Dalzier, S., & Stepback, L. (2019, October), Implicit professional formation of engineers: Making visible the "hidden curriculum" of engineering ethics education. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum. Villanova, PA, October 10-12.
Lan, L., & Zhu, Q. (2019, May). The role of expertise in governing the society: Comparing Mohism and technocratic governance. Paper presented at the 21st Biennial Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. College Station, TX, May 20-22.
Lan, L., Zhu, Q., & Liu, Y. (2019, February). The rule of virtue: A Confucian response to the ethical challenges of technocracy. Paper presented at the 28th Annual International Conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Baltimore, MD.
Zhu, Q. & Snieder, R. (2018, October). Personalizing engineering ethics. Paper presented at 20th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Rochester, NY.
Zhang, H. & Zhu, Q. (2018, May). Teaching engineering ethics in the Chinese context: Understanding instructor perceptions of engineering ethics education at Chinese engineering universities. Paper presented at 2018 Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology, College Park, MD.
Zhu, Q., Williams, T., & Jackson, B. (2018, May). Blame-laden moral rebukes and the moral competent robot: A Confucian ethical perspective. Paper presented at the Workshop on Brain-based and Artificial Intelligence: Socio-ethical Conversations in Computing and Neurotechnology. Chicago, IL.
Zhu, Q. (2018, March). Teaching global ethics of nanotechnology to engineering students: A gaming approach. Poster presented at the NSF CCE STEM Workshop on Engaged Scholarship for Ethics and Responsible Innovation in STEM Fields. Raleigh, NC.