Meet Our 2016 Recipient

Raymond Sedwick
Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering

Sedwick is a recognized expert in space propulsion, the director of the Space Power and Propulsion Laboratory, a recipient of the National Science Foundation's CAREER award, and a Keystone Professor. He developed two new courses in plasma physics for aerospace applications, and he is a regular instructor of the Keystone course in thermodynamics.  

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Professor Raymond Sedwick

Past Recipients

  • 2015: Kevin Calabro, Senior Lecturer and Associate Director, Keystone Program
  • 2014: Romel Del Rosario Gomez, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • 2013: Peter Kofinas, Associate Dean and Professor
  • 2012: K. J. Ray Liu, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • 2011: Dimitrios Goulias, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 2010: Norman Wereley, Aerospace Engineering
  • 2009: Alison Flatau, Aerospace Engineering
  • 2008: Richard McCuen, Civil and Environmental Engineering  
  • 2007: Nam Sun Wang, Biomolecular Engineering
  • 2006: James Milke, Fire Protection Engineering
  • 2005: Deborah J. Goodings, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 2004: William Fourney, Aerospace Engineering
  • 2003: Linda Schmidt, Mechanical Engineering
  • 2002: David Holloway,  Mechanical Engineering
  • 2001: Jose Torero, Fire Protection Engineering
  • 2000: Andre L. Tits, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • 1999: Chung Y. Tsui, Mechanical Engineering
  • 1998: Theodore G. Smith, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • 1997: William L. Fourney, Aerospace Engineering
  • 1996: David I. Bigio, Mechanical Engineering