Each issue of the IED journal includes some thoughts and observations from the Chair of Council. These are all listed below, in date order. They can be sorted via content subject by using the categories in the left hand list.
How can young people seeking to enter engineering get sound careers advice? IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith believes there is much that can be done by way of expert help and guidanceRead More
TeenTech awards: a vital means of raising awareness of the wonderful careers to be had in engineeringRead More
A trio of goals attained – now let’s look ahead to our next set of objectivesRead More
Engineering graduate supply continues to fall way below the levels needed – and the signs for the future are not encouragingRead More
IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith takes a look into another dimension of engineering designRead More
From primary ovarian insufficiency to improving psychological interventions, design thinking is making its mark. IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith takes up the storyRead More
In a world where skills shortages are rampant, why are so many young people marginalised? asks IED Chair Tania Humphries-SmithRead More
Tania Humphries-Smith – on a post- Brexit UK, political upheaval and finding the right way forward on many frontsRead More
Tania Humphries-Smith reflects on the highlights of her first year as IED Chair – and the many exciting challenges that now lie ahead for the institutionRead More
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