Published: 14 May 2018

Designing things that matter

Education, Making a difference, Women Engineers

Angeliki Palla is a member of the Institution’s London Young Members Group. Recently she visited Stebon School in East London to give a talk to children about the amazing scope of structural engineering careers. Here she discusses the talk – how it inspired both her and the children.

 

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Published: 05 April 2018

Building with Chocrete

Bamboo, Beam, Education, Timber

Roger Faires of Mott Macdonald, discusses an innovative education project that challenges schoolchildren to make beams from “Chocrete” – a mix of chocolate and cereals.

 

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Published: 02 March 2018

Why become a structural engineer?

Careers, Education

The Institution interviewed three young members to find out why they think structural engineering is a rewarding career.

 

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Published: 15 February 2018

Challenging students to design, assemble and dismantle

Bamboo, Education, Steel

Alireza Behnejad, a member of the Institution’s Academics' Community, developed the Design, Assemble and Dismantle (DAD) Project to give students hands-on experience of working with a physical model, helping them develop skills in design, team work, communication, and problem solving. 

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Published: 03 October 2017

Designed by Birmingham's future engineers

Education

The ScaleRule project allowed Birmingham students to see their pavilion design built for real and featured at the Birmingham Weekender Festival.



 

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