The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 7 (1929) > Issues > Issue 4 > Education and Examinations
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Education and Examinations

In his Presidential Address to the British Section of the Societe des Inghnieurs Civils de France, in London, on Wednesday, October 10; 1928, 11: Frank Merricks, C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., began by dilating upon the question of choosing a properly balanced curriculum for engineering students.