Herbert G. Kayser Professor Anil K. Agrawal is the 2021-2022 recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Metropolitan Section Civil Engineer of the Year Award.
Anil K. Agrawal, Herbert G. Kayser Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The City College of New York, is the 2021-2022 recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Metropolitan Section Civil Engineer of the Year Award.
Agrawal is recognized for his character, professional integrity, contribution to academia and years of outstanding service to ASCE and the civil engineering profession.
He is also the recipient of 2019 Richard R. Torrens Award for outstanding performance as editor of the Journal of Bridge Engineering, one of ASCE’s 35 journals, and won the 2020 Arthur M. Wellington Prize for the paper, Heavy Truck Collision with Bridge Piers: Computational Simulation Study, in the Journal of Bridge Engineering.
He was the former chair of the ASCE SEI Committee on Bridge Inspection, Rehabilitation and Monitoring as well as the former chair of the ASCE SEI Committee on Structural Control and Sensing. Agrawal also chairs the Engineering Mechanics Committee of the Metropolitan Section Chapter of ASCE.
The award ceremony was held on June 22, 2022 at Gotham Hall in Midtown Manhattan.
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