Changing the way our world is built
1. Who are you? And what is your passion?
I am studying civil engineering because I want to have an impact on the built environment, helping to improve the life of societies.
I am motivated by the fact my knowledge and learning can be used to help the country by working on civil projects.
2. How does Plymouth lead the way in engineering?
Plymouth boasts the largest industrial advisory group for civil engineering in the country.
3. What is a fear you’d like to conquer?
4. How do you respond when faced with a problem?
Practical problem-solving skills are something that studying civil engineering at Plymouth has taught me.
5. What do you know of that you believe could really change our world for the better?
6. What do you want the world to look like in 10 years
It is on us to compromise on our needs now, so we can meet those of the future.
7. If you had the chance to share one message to the whole world, what would it be?
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University features in film celebrating Plymouth’s engineering prowessThe Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) presents Engineering Plymouth. A film celebrating how civil engineers have helped to shape Plymouth over the last 500 years.
The film tells the story of Plymouth through its engineering milestones. From laying the foundations for a new town to the introduction of the Great Western Railway and the impressive Royal Albert Bridge. Through the Blitz bombs and on towards new horizons - robotics, artificial intelligence and the use of drone technology - we see how engineers are tackling problems and safeguarding the future for generations to come.