Research Areas: Engineering Ethics, Electronic Communication as Legal Evidence
Prof. Angie Burks is a Senior Lecturer within the College of Engineering. She has presented at the state and national level on engineering ethics and the legal liabilities of electronic communication. In 2016, Burks was the only OSU College of Engineering lecturer to present to over 200 engineering managers and directors at the 2016 Ohio Society of Professional Engineers Continuing Education conference. The topic was Emails as Legal Evidence and Mechanical Failures within Toyota. In 2017, she presented Teaching Engineering Ethics Through the Case Study Method at the American Society for Engineering Education national conference.
She has been nominated twice for The Ohio State University Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer and three times for Indiana University’s Trustees Teaching Excellence Award at the IU Kelley School of Business.
Burks’ Negotiations and Mediation course within Northeastern University’s distance learning program has been delivered to over 800 graduate students and executives in 4 regions of the world including Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Boston University School of Law and former Community Builder Fellow at Harvard University. A faculty fellow with the Thompson Institute, she is excited about the global intersection of engineering, ethics, humanity, and communication.
Electronic Communication as Legal Evidence