Todd Hawley was one of the founders of ISU, along with Peter Diamandis and Bob Richards. Todd was very instrumental in the formative years of ISU and is still remembered for his passion, intellect, and dedication towards the pursuit of international and peaceful exploration of space.We, the U.S. alumni of the International Space University, inspired by Todd's vision of space exploration through his participation in the creation of the International Space University, offer this award in the spirit of Todd's memory. The Todd B. Hawley Award recognizes an individual who, like Todd, has pursued a vision of the peaceful expansion of all humanity into a space-faring civilization through excellence in space-related scientific, professional, educational, or political endeavors.
Nominations for the Todd B. Hawley Award finalists may be submitted by any ISU alum, staffer, or lecturer. The nominee must have an ISU affiliation â€“e.g. Alum, current or former staffer, lecturer, Board member, et cetera.
The nominee should have:
Voting for the 2009 Todd B. Hawley Award ended on Friday, July 31, 2009.