The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 86 (2008) > Issues > Issue 14 > The call of the wild: the next 100 years - Chris M. Wise
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The call of the wild: the next 100 years - Chris M. Wise

We sometimes lose track of the fact that structural engineering is something done by humans, for humans. I am a strong believer that we are people first, engineers second, and structural engineers third. And I believe that what unites us as people is much more than what divides us as engineers. So I’d like to look at the future of structural engineering through the people who might do it, and the changing world they will serve.