Robert F. Sykes '47
2014 Award Recipient
In the spring of 2001, the Bucknell University Engineering Alumni Association (BEAA) examined ways of developing an active and enduring interest among its membership in being involved in the affairs of the College of Engineering and the University. It became clear that a mechanism for recognizing the contributions of the College’s outstanding alumni was needed. Bucknell has had a long tradition of recognizing the contributions of its alumni and the BEAA believed it could enhance that tradition by establishing an award focused on the contributions of engineering alumni.
To that end, the association’s board of directors established the Bucknell Engineering Alumni Association Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award in 2001. This award will be given annually to recognize members of the College of Engineering’s alumni community who have distinguished themselves through extraordinary commitment to the College and the University, exemplary professional achievement, or noteworthy contributions to society.
The Bucknell Engineering Alumni Association invites you to nominate an alumnus or alumna who has distinguished themselves through extraordinary commitment to the College of Engineering and Bucknell University, exemplary professional achievement, or noteworthy contributions to society.
For more information concerning this award, please contact: Lois Engle, Manager of External Relations, (570) 577-3162, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 Award Recipient
2013 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
2012 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Chemical Engineering; held memberships in both the engineering and chemistry honor societies.
2011 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, cum laude; held memberships in both the engineering and mathematics honor societies.
2010 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Civil Engineering, summa cum laude.
2009 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
2008 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
2007 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Chemical Engineering. At Bucknell, he was a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, received an Armstrong Cork Company Scholarship, and was inducted into the Leadership Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa. Hamilton served as Vice President of the Class of 1957, Vice President of the Bucknell University Student Government, President of Sigma Chi fraternity, and co-captain of the varsity soccer team.
2006 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Civil Engineering.
2005 Award Recipient -- B.S. in Civil Engineering.
2004 Award Recipient -- B.S in Electrical Engineering.
2003 Award Recipient -- B.S in Electrical Engineering and B.A. in Mathematics.
2001 Award Recipient -- As an undergraduate he joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and was a member of the Glee Club, Cap and Dagger, L'Agenda, ASME, the ski club and men's golf.
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