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An Engineer’s Responsibility to Society While Practicing Business Larry Jones Patrius Robinson Tedrick Rollings Shannah Trailor Donna Wright
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Engineers shall at all times strive to serve  the public interest. Engineers shall seek opportunities to  participate in civic affairs; career guidance  for youths; and work for the advancement  of the safety, health, and well-being of  their community.
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Became an engineer after dreams of being a pilot were shattered due to injury. He visited Nigeria where he decided to help administer relief for the war and famine stricken inhabitants. Noticing numerous flaws in the disaster relief system, including food distribution and apathy, Cuny decided to devote his engineering expertise to humanitarian efforts.
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management firm, INTERTECT, in 1971. Among his many humanitarian acts, Cuny and his firm made their presence felt in Guatemala after the 1976 earthquake, where he showed the residents how to build earthquake resistant houses. Defying the UN, Cuny also aided Ethiopians with food and supplies during a severe famine. Although he disappeared in
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