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Enriching Engineering Education

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Mike Cook discusses the importance of enriching engineering education for the best impact on societies.

Mike's talk covers the importance of diversity and creativity, as well as having graduates with an understanding of how to apply their skills in work.

This video is from our 2018 Academic Conference.


Dr Mike Cook FIstructE is Partner and Project Principal of BuroHappold Engineering. He is Adjunct Professor of Creative Design at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College and an external examiner at the Architectural Association, London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and past member of their Education and Training Committee. He is a Trustee of the Happold Foundation, a charity registered for the promotion of education, research and training in design for the built environment.

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