Chemical engineering mourns the death of Robert Nedwick

02/25/2015

Professor Robert Nedwick passed away on Wednesday, February 25, after recently retiring from the chemical engineering department at Penn State. Over the course of his 15-year career at the University, he contributed to the education of more than 2,000 Penn State chemical engineers. Nedwick taught both Process Design and Process Safety courses. Professor Nedwick was a friend to all. He genuinely loved Penn State and was fully committed to his chemical engineering students. He will be greatly missed. 

Read Professor Nedwick's full obituary.

 

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