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.
Change is inevitable and necessary, if Professional Engineering Institutions are to remain relevant and viable to those they serve, says IED chair Tania Humphries-SmithRead More
Could engineering conversion courses be part of the solution to bridge the UK’s acute shortage of engineers? IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith considers the arguments – and also the imperativeRead More
IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith reveals exactly what she plans to focus on during her two-year term of office.Read More
New IED Chair Tania Humphries-Smith, in her first column, flags up several recent landmark momentsRead More
Yes, it’s time to say my farewells and welcome Tania Humphries-Smith as the IED’s Chair ElectRead More
This issue is once again packed with great articles. I particularly like Duncan Fitzsimons’ folding wheels cover story. He won the Alex Moulton Award last year and the continued success of this innovative product is great newsRead More
Welcome to the spring edition of the journal. I hope you’ve all been able to shake off those winter blues, and get well and truly into 2015.Read More
Welcome to our new President; reflections on a great AGM and 2014 Awards; and IED’s fast approaching 70th anniversary.Read More
Bridging the skills gap; improving the image of engineering; focused engineering education and development for school age children is a mustRead More
Welcome to our new President; re?ections on a great AGM and 2104 Awards; and IED’s fast approaching 70th anniversaryRead More
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