The ACI Foundation offers scholarships for eligible graduate students whose studies relate to concrete.
Scholarship recipients will receive the following:
$3,000 - $5,000 educational stipend for tuition, residence, books, and materials; and
Appropriate recognition in Concrete International magazine and on the Foundation website.
Established by the ACI Foundation's Scholarship Council and receives funding through generous contributions by members of ACI. This award is also granted based on the availability of contributions received.
Bertold E. Weinberg Scholarship
Named in 2003 to recognize Mr. Weinberg, the ACI Foundation Scholarship Council Chair.
Katharine & Bryant Mather Scholarship
Established in 1988 to honor Katharine and Bryant Mather for their exceptional contributions to the knowledge of concrete. Initial funds were contributed by the sponsoring committee of an international symposium held in 1987 to honor the Mathers. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mather, deceased, were Honorary Members of ACI and Mr. Mather served as President in 1964. Continuing funding is provided by a gift from the Mather estate. The scholarship is for graduate study in the field of concrete.
Kumar Mehta Scholarship
Initiated by Dr. Mehta in 2002 to recognize students pursuing research on sustainable development of concrete. Recipients must demonstrate ongoing effort to conduct graduate research on sustainable concrete.
Schwing America Scholarship
Established by Schwing America, Inc. Recipients must have a strong combination of interest and ability to work in the concrete construction industry.
Stewart C. Watson Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to graduate students with a focus in the field of joints, bearings or seismic systems for concrete structures. The winner of this scholarship will receive $5,000.
W. Gene Corley Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Corley was recognized as an industry leader among those in the structural engineering community for several decades. This scholarship will be awarded to graduate students in the field of concrete with an interest in forensic engineering and the behavior and design of concrete structures.