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As the Engineering profession increasingly explores the complex relationships between technology and society, the responsibility of engineers is evolving to include considering the socio-technical complexities in which their technology will be embedded . This evolution has led to interest in teaching empathy and reflexivity in undergraduate engineering education, in part to prepare student engineers for effective community engagement in their engineering practice  . This practice paperdoi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.14209 fatcat:5lj6zaphpbalrarsprmnnv7zcq