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Re: Re[2]: A structural engineering journal

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>On a related note, some years ago the Univ. 
>of Pennsylvania dropped classical structural engineering from their civil 
>program, as I understand-- please correct me where I'm wrong. The reason 
>given was: "it's a mature branch of engineering and most of the major 
>advancement work has already been done".
Sounds like the right school to steer well clear of for anyone actually 
intending to practice engineering, rather than spend his days rooting 
around for grants.

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