CEE Alumnus David Darwin selected by ASCE for the 2012 Class of Distinguished Members
David Darwin CEE '67, MS '68 was selected by the ASCE as one of the eleven 2012 Class of Distinguished Members. Darwin was honored for his numerous contributions to the concrete industry, his research on bond strength and corrosion resistance, his development of ASTM International tests that have radically changed design practices for reinforced concrete, and his achievements in educating the next generation of civil engineers.
His accomplishments in a career of more than 40 years as a preeminent researcher and teacher of structural engineering have been recognized with numerous awards, among them the 2003 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Illinois Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Association. In January 2010 Darwin appeared on the cover of Concrete Construction as one of the five most influential individuals in the concrete industry in 2009.
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