Oregon Chapter, The Wildlife Society
$600 annually, non-renewable.
One award offered annually.
This award is intended to foster diversity within the Society, and will be based on academic performance and leadership. Nontraditional students include minorities, students with disabilities, older returning students, single parents, or students making a career shift into natural resources. Awards will be selected based on the criteria specified in each scholarship description. Examples of additional selection criteria that may be considered are as follows: Leadership of a student organization; Development or participation in a special project; Service on a professional, Department or University committee; Volunteer work in service to the profession; Participation in an inter-departmental or intra-departmental project to foster cooperation among disciplines; Providing service to other students, such as tutoring or mentoring; Promoting professional, Department or University efforts to increase student diversity; Overcoming adversity in academic or personal life to achieve education and professional goals; Member of underrepresented group (e.g., gender, ethnic, racial, first college student in family); Presenting at a professional or other natural resource-related meeting (poster or paper); and Publication of a manuscript or other resource-related publications.
Application information is available on the Oregon Chapter, The Wildlife Society website at the address provided. To be considered for this award, students must submit a completed application form, ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.
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