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Does anyone else see the typing error on that page (see below)?

Anyway, may I take a poll?  I'm curious to know what continuing education topics would be of interest to those on this list? 

- Jeremy



Quoting Richard Calvert <RichardC(--nospam--at)lbbe.com>:

> http://www.gostructural.com/news-sei's_continuing_education_initiative_seeks_proposals-325.html<http://www.gostructural.com/news-sei's_continuing_education_initiative_seeks_proposals-325.html>
>
> Submit away folks.  I'de like if there were finally CE courses that 
> differed from "learning wind design, yet again" in the SE field 
> (more-over, courses that aren't mostly directed at civil or bridge 
> design....)
>
> thanks,
>
> Richard Calvert, EIT
> Project Engineer
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