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Civil Engineers against the double negative (5 Mar 2013)

UCL Sound on March 15, 2013 15:34

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    Lunch Hour Lectures - Spring 2013

    Prof Chris Wise, Professor of Civil Engineering Design, UCL CEGE

    Is a culture of infallibility holding back our engineers by celebrating the avoidance of failure rather than the achievement of success? Do we really want our engineers to live their lives by the mantra 'Avoid failure and you too can be a success'? This lecture offers a wholly upbeat alternative: re-wiring the engineering mind to be optimistic, life-enriching and mind-blowing, arming itself to do amazing stuff.

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