Creativity and fun: core strengths (President's Address)

Author: T. Ibell

Date published

1 February 2015

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Creativity and fun: core strengths (President's Address)

The Structural Engineer
Author

T. Ibell

Date published

1 February 2015

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T. Ibell

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Free

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In his inaugural address, 2015 President Tim Ibell sets out his vision for the Institution. A theme close to his heart is the need to inspire children to consider a career in structural engineering by emphasising that, at its core, it is a creative, problem-solving profession.

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PDF
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8
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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