Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
Scholarship recipients will receive the following: up to $5,000 annually for tuition, room and board, or other educational expenses; and access to a network of environmental, Native American health and tribal policy professionals through the Udall Alumni listserv. The scholarship is non-renewable; students may reapply once. Honorable mention recipients may join the alumni listserv.
50 awards offered annually. There will also be 50 honorable mention students named.
Scholars are selected on the basis of the following: demonstrated commitment to tribal public policy or Native American health care (commitment is demonstrated through substantial contributions to and participation in campus activities, research, tribal involvement, community or public service); course of study and proposed career likely to lead to position where nominee can make significant contributions to the shaping of either tribal public policy or Native American health care issues, whether through scientific advances, public or political service, or community action; and leadership, character, desire to make a difference, general well-roundedness. Scholars will be announced on May 1. Recipients are required to attend the Udall Scholar Orientation. The Foundation will arrange travel from the scholar's home or school; lodging and meals are provided.
Each candidate must be nominated by the faculty representative at his/her college or university. In order to find his/her faculty representative, the student should visit the 'How to Apply' link. Nomi ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.