Writing in the THES today five engineers set out why engineering is part of our everyday lives and what universities can do to change the way it is taught. The article claims that engineering is widely misunderstood by the public which may go some way to explaining why it remains relatively unpopular with students and in particular female students. At a time when more engineers are needed, this failure to tap into 40 per cent of the intellectual capital is a problem. Read more from this interesting article by following the link below. You may need to register for an account to view the article.
The future for engineering