The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 1 > Structural Engineering and the Universities
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Structural Engineering and the Universities

A great deal has been said in recent years about science and technology; the alleged inadequacy of the latter in this country and the place it should take in the educational world. I do not propose to discuss these questions, though obviously my subject bears upon them. I do not, in fact, propose to use the word "technologyā€¯ at all; it smacks too much of applied science and of industry to be a happy description of structural engineering. Professor A.G. Pugsley

Author(s): Pugsley, A G

Keywords: universities;engineering;history