Published on November 20, 2014

Dr. Richard House, co-author of the Lufkin award winning paper on engineering ethos in environmental public policy deliberations, tell us about the case they studied, and what it tells us about how engineering argument and authority is often constructed.  Find out about what helps to constructs credibility in these and other contexts.

Hint: You need more than just command of the facts, data, and evidence.

You can find this Lufkin award winning paper, “Engineering Ethos in Environmental Public Policy Deliberation,” authored by R. House, J. Livingston, R. Layton, and S. Mosley at: