Author: J. Whitelaw
3 October 2016
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This months letters consider the Eurocodes - both their current application and future; presentation skills when addressing a lay audience; responsibilities of structural engineers and steel detailers; and the value of creativity in a structural engineer's education.
Student Sally Jones put in the effort to organise to undertake a year of her study in the United States. She tells Jackie Whitelaw it was one of the best decisions she’s made so far.
Young structural engineers want variety, flexibility, recognition and challenge in their early careers. But above all they are eager to become chartered, as Jackie Whitelaw found out when she spoke to three members of the Institution’s Young Members’ Panel.