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The education of engineers Raymond Corrigan ’S suggestions for the education of engineers, contributed to this column in April, have called forth comments from two Fellows of the Institution who have been supremely involved in this area. Professor A.R. Cusens writes as follows: I was unable to attend Mr Corrigan’s Faculty of Building lecture ‘Roses in November - training for building’ given at the University of Leeds in February. Had I been present I would undoubtedly have been tempted to comment; it is more difficult to discuss the brief excerpt quoted in your column of 16 April, but clearly the lecturer is extending the range of his talk to include structural engineers and you are expecting some response. Verulam