Regional Group lecture prizes: are your speakers getting the recognition they deserve?

Author: Martin Ashmead

Date published

9 August 2022

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Regional Group lecture prizes: are your speakers getting the recognition they deserve?

Regional Group lecture prizes: are your speakers getting the recognition they deserve?
The Structural Engineer
Author

Martin Ashmead

Date published

9 August 2022

Author

Martin Ashmead

Price

Standard: £9
Members/Subscribers: Free

Martin Ashmead shares his extensive experience of Regional Group lecture prizes, encouraging Groups to set down formal judging criteria to ensure that ‘excellent lectures’ are recognised by the award of a prize and are then put forward for consideration for the Institution’s Sir Arnold Waters Medal.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Regional groups Opinion Issue 8

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