Guna Selvaduray | Earthquake Engineering, Honesty, and The Most Important Things for Engineers To Learn

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Who is Guna Selvaduray?

Guna Selvaduray has worked in academia for over 30 years. He pushed for a curriculum that includes more relevant learning objectives, often drawing from feedback from professionals in the industry.

Guna worked in the industry himself before beginning his academic career. He understands that for engineering students,  learning technical skills is equally important as laying a sturdy foundation of soft skills.

As Guna says, it is often the soft skills that separate good engineers from great engineers.

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