EPC President speaking on Estuary TV

Acknowledgement: The Culture Zone

Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC) President, Professor Stephanie Haywood of the University of Hull, appeared on Estuary TV last Friday in a segment about Hull’s upcoming Amy Johnson Festival and the Art of Engineering. Professor Haywood underlined the symbiotic relationship between Arts and Engineering and its importance to the whole spectrum of human activity.

 This year’s EPC Congress will be held in Hull (4 – 6 September) to coincide with the Amy Johnson Festival (itself linked to the city’s Freedom Festival), which will feature an exhibition of 12 replicas of Leonardo Da Vinci’s flight and wind machines. The Congress theme “The Art of Engineering” will reflect this with speakers from both industry and HE discussing new curriculum developments amongst a host of other issues key to the future of engineering in UK HE.

Both members and non members can download the draft programme and book their places here.

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