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The art of the possible (President's Inaugural Address)

In his inaugural address, 2016 President of The Institution of Structural Engineers, Alan Crossman, discusses his own education and formative career, and reflects on how it compares to today’s education and career routes. He also outlines his priorities as President, which include the importance of promoting opportunity and flexibility in career development; the Institution’s vital global role (including his own interest in forging new links with the Indian profession); and the need to make sustainability a key element in the profession’s thinking.

Author(s): A. Crossman