The American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) requires its members to conduct themselves in an ethical manner by:
Members of ASEM are required to observe the following canons:
The current version of the Code of Ethics of the American Society for Engineering Management can also be downloaded using the link below:
Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Statement
As an internationally leading professional society dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the engineering and technical management profession, diversity, equity and inclusion are integral to the mission of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM). In accordance with our mission, ASEM values and promotes social, cultural, and intellectual diversity of all participants and stakeholders in the engineering and technical management profession worldwide.
We strongly believe that diversity and inclusion strategies and initiatives contribute to an improved workforce and can serve as a catalyst for the development of innovative and equitable solutions for an increasingly complex and dynamic business environment.
ASEM is committed to creating and fostering inclusive environments in which all individuals are respected and recognized for their contributions and are supported regardless of characteristics such as age, belief system, disability status, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, race, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, and any other visible or non-visible differences.
The current version of the Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Statement of the American Society for Engineering Management can also be downloaded using the link below:
ASEM Code of Conduct for Meetings
Statement on the Code of Conduct: It is the agreed policy of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) that all participants at ASEM conferences, events and meetings shall be part of an environment that is free from all forms of harassment (including sexual harassment) and retaliation. ASEM meetings are focused on promoting the field of engineering management through positive engagement and discussions. ASEM is committed to providing a safe, productive and inclusive environment for meetings that is welcoming to all participants and staff members. All participants, including attendees, speakers, volunteers, exhibitors, staff members and others are expected to abide by this Code of Conduct. This document should be considered alongside the ASEM Code of Ethics.
Authorship: All authors who submit a presentation to ASEM conferences, events and meetings must have intentions of registering, attending and presenting at the meeting once the submission is accepted into the program.
Photography: Appropriate care should be exercised when taking photographs or videos and especially during technical sessions as they can be disruptive to presenters. In cases where a presenter has displayed a copyright on slides, permission for taking photographs or videos is required beforehand. ASEM reserves the right to take photographs and videos during meetings for informational and promotional purposes.
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