Civil Engineers – Interviews

 

What is Civil Engineering?

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What Civil Engineer Do?

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Understanding Civil Engineering

Engineering is a broad term that includes many disciplines, all of which have in common the application of science for practical purposes. “Applied science” is approximately equivalent with “engineering.” While people have built many things that today are within the scope of civil engineering – buildings, dams, canals, roads, bridges – it is the scientific aspect to the design and building of such construction that defines modern civil engineering. For the science museum professional without a background in civil engineering, a basic knowledge of what the field consists of can open the door to insights about innovative exhibits, important themes to communicate to their audiences, and opportunities for collaboration.

 

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