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2023 Annual Appeal

2023 Annual Appeal

One Student’s Journey to an ACI Foundation Fellowship

Sherryen Mutoka

Sherryen Mutokais is the 2023-2024 recipient of the ACI Foundation Concrete Materials Fellowship. She is pursuing her PhD at the University of Notre Dame, working in the Kinetic Structures Laboratory under the direction of ACI member Ashley Thrall where her research looks at accelerated fabrication of civil infrastructure in which steel and concrete are the primary materials. She is investigating various approaches to be used in reinforcing three-dimensional-printed concrete walls by conducting full-scale experiments along with developing numerical models of the walls. Mutoka is also researching the use of cold bending in reducing fabrication time for steel bridges. She attended the ACI Concrete Convention – Spring 2023 in San Francisco, CA, USA, where she connected with other fellowship and scholarship interviewees, as well as industry professionals. Read More >>

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“My decision to pursue a PhD is driven by my enjoyment from serving on ACI committees, my interest in existing concrete structures, and my continued passion for making contributions to knowledge,” expresses Ziad Elaghoury, 2022‐2023 recipient of the Daniel W. Falconer Memorial Fellowship.


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