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Wildlife and Fisheries Science

This scholarship is available to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a degree program offered by the Department of Plant Science or the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management (or any successor departments) in the College of Agricultural Sciences, or who are enrolled or planning to enroll in the Environmental Resource Management major with the Soil Science option and who have demonstrated interest in Soil Science, Agronomy or Turfgrass Science.

This award is available to full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management who have completed a minimum of two years of study. Other criteria shall be academic achievement, extracurricular participation, character, and professional promise. Endowed by alumni of the school.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students pursuing studies in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Preference will be given to students who begin their course of study at the Penn State Mont Alto campus. If there are not enough qualified candidates from Mont Alto, consideration shall be given to all students in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Endowed by Frank Spearey.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in any major within the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management in the College of Agricultural Sciences who have demonstrated academic merit, with a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, and have a demonstrated financial need. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University who are majoring in Agricultural Education who have declared an interest in teaching rather than in extension education or who are majoring in Wildlife and Fisheries with an emphasis on management of healthy forests and wildlife population and protection or Landscape Contracting who have achieved a minimum 2.5 grade-point average (on a 4.0 scale) and have shown improvement in their grades from the previous academic year and who have demonstrated financial need. To the extent permitted by law, students shall be United States citizens. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Primary consideration shall be given to students enrolled in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management whose homes are located in Greene County. Secondary consideration will be given to those from Fayette County or Washington County. If no student meets these county-of-origin requirements, consideration shall be given to those from any other county in Pennsylvania. Recipients must have achieved or show promise of outstanding success and have documented financial need. Endowed by an anonymous donor. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for the award shall be given to all undergraduate students enrolled in the Wildlife and Fisheries Science Program in the College of Agricultural Sciences who are in good academic standing and who are in good academic standing and who demonstrate commitment to public service on behalf of the conservation of natural resources, particularly regarding the necessity for protecting and maintaining health habits for wildlife and plants.

This scholarship is available to all undergraduate students currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a degree program offered by the Department of Plant Science or the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management (or any successor departments) in the College of Agricultural Sciences, or who are enrolled or planning to enroll in the Environmental Resource Management major with the Soil Science option and who have demonstrated interest in Soil Science, Agronomy or Turfgrass Science.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the College of Agricultural Sciences. First preference shall be given to students enrolled in ROTC who are also enrolled in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Second preference shall be given to students enrolled in ROTC who are enrolled in any major of the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students currently enrolled or planning to enroll in the Wildlife and Fisheries Science major in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Endowed by Ernest R. and Lynn P. Bush in memory of their son Mark.

Consideration shall be given to the senior with the highest grade-point average in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Endowed by Elizabeth Rapp Tukey in memory of Jesse Rossiter (Class of 1915) and Orpha Kelly Rapp.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management who have achieved superior academic records or show promise of outstanding academic success. Documented financial need will also be required for some of the awards made from this fund. Endowed through the estate of Robert T. Billin, Class of 1920. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Scholarships shall be available to full-time students who are enrolled in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Criteria include character, professional promise, scholarship, and documented financial need. Endowed through the estate of Joseph R. Jarvis. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Students must be full-time undergraduates enrolled in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management who have superior academic records, show promise of outstanding academic success, and have good character and documented financial need. Endowed through the estate of Carl I. Peterson. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students who are either 1) of at least junior academic standing and majoring in Wildlife and Fisheries Science in the College of Agricultural Sciences at any campus of The Pennsylvania State University or 2) in their last year of study of the Wildlife Technology major, a major offered through the College of Agricultural Sciences, at any campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Currently, the Wildlife Technology major is only offered at Penn State DuBois. First preference shall be given to Pennsylvania residents who have a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career as a conservation officer.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students, particularly freshmen, who are enrolled or are planning to enroll in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management who have achieved superior academic records or who manifest promise of outstanding academic success. Endowed by the Penn State Mont Alto Forestry Alumni Association and colleagues and friends of Dr. W. W. Ward.