The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Scientific and Practical Training of the Structural Engineer
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The Scientific and Practical Training of the Structural Engineer

I HAVE always held the strong conviction that a member's duty towards an Institution or Association or Society or even Club does not begin and end with the punctual payment of his subscription. What benefit he receives from the Institution is in no small measure determined by the service he renders to the Institution as a member. In that spirit I have accepted office, relying on your assistance and even more on your forbearance. J. Dunlop Anderson

Author(s): Anderson, J Dunlop

Keywords: structural engineers;training;education