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Structural Engineering and the Colleges

ALTHOUGH the subject of The Education has been discussed for many years at such length that some people are tired of it, we must go on with it because it is vitally important, and because there are still differences of opinion that must be realised before we can hope adequately to deal with the problem. Ewart S. Andrews

Author(s): Andrews, Ewart S

Keywords: tertiary education;structural engineering