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Yvette Caslin at RollingOut.com interviewed Dean Lee Burge of Tuskegee University on his adoption of Imainge CUp for the Ethics in Engineering Course.

The next generation of technology leaders will graduate from Tuskegee University’s engineering program. The platform where they will showcase their creativity and innovation is the 2011 Imagine Cup, Microsoft’s premier technology contest for students.

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“We thought this was a good project to include members of the Engineering Ethics and Society class. In this class, we examine the ethical issues in the world of engineering and [the Imagine Cup] presented a golden opportunity to address the eight millennium goals outlined by the United Nations. Those are some really hard problems,” says Dr. Lee Burge, who has been with the university since 1999.

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