European Society for Engineering Education Accepts Paper by AE911Truth Petition Signers

Engineers to Present at Annual Conference in Orléans, France, June 29 – July 2

Help Raise $2,000 to Send Them There!


Great news, friends!

Two weeks from now, Wayne Coste, PE, and Mike Smith, BSEET, will travel to Orléans, France, to present a paper at the 43rd Annual Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education, also known as SEFI.

As part of our commitment to supporting the efforts of our petition signers to publish and present their research, we are raising funds to cover the $2,000 cost (including a €650 registration fee) for Mr. Coste and Mr. Smith to attend the conference. If you can, please make a modest donation to help send them there!

Their paper, titled The World Trade Center Analyses: Case Study of Ethics, Public Policy and the Engineering Profession, was accepted by SEFI after undergoing careful peer review.

Also co-authored by Robert Korol, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at McMaster University, the paper argues that the integrity of the engineering profession has been undermined by the failure of engineering faculties and professional associations across the globe to critically examine the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) World Trade Center (WTC) reports — and that such institutions must now support a broad-based peer review of those reports.

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