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We at the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife love supporting our students and we want to thank all who make this possible with their generous donations. If you are interested in donating to one of our scholarship funds, you can find more information by visiting our donation page.
2017 Roland E. Dimick Memorial Scholarship Recipient -- Olyvia Childress
...Olyvia received the 2017-18 Roland E. Dimick Memorial Scholarship, awarded to a sophomore based on her first-year performance. Spread out over three terms, it will help her further her education and allow her to have more time to volunteer and get additional real-world experiences. She continually discovers more interests, most recently via her Mexican spotted owl internship, in which she found that she enjoyed learning about birds more than anticipated.
This upcoming school year, she hopes to continue on the path of balancing academics with volunteering and making professional connections....
Olyvia is not only excited and thankful to be a recipient of this scholarship but also to be a student in the fisheries and wildlife program.
“It’s filled with great people and staff that really want students to succeed,” she said. “Additionally, there are so many wonderful resources through both the department and OSU that are made available to students. [This is] just another reason why I am still so confident in my decision to choose OSU and the fisheries and wildlife program.
The Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship
Eligibility & Applications: U.S. Citizen undergraduate, must be receiving the Federal Pell Grant. OSU certification is required, please contact LeAnn Adam to discuss your project proposal and apply online.
Boren Undergraduate Award for International Study (NSEP)
Eligibility & Applications: U.S. Citizen, enrolled in an accredited undergraduate degree program. Boren Scholars must remain matriculated in their undergraduate programs for the duration of the scholarship and may not graduate until the scholarship is complete. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Boren campus representative LeAnn Adam early in the application cycle.
Fullbright U.S. Student Program
Eligibility and Applications: Visit OSU's Fullbright U.S. Student Program page for application details, application resources, and to contact LeAnn Adam to start the program application process.
Eligibility and Applications: The Udall application requires an OSU institutional nomination and endorsement letter. Please contact Dr. Pat Muir to discuss your interest in applying.
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife offers the Henry Mastin Memorial Scholarship for incoming first-year students majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife. Application details are below.
Henry Mastin Memorial Scholarship
The Hatfield Marine Science Center administers multiple scholarships, fellowships, and awards annually. Undergraduates are eligible for financial support that can cover housing expenses for residency at HMSC during summer coursework, travel expenses to attend a professional conference, and projects/research that contribute to fisheries development, marine education, shellfish aquaculture, fisheries ecology and many more marine-related studies. For more information about when and how to apply, please reference the HMSC Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards website.
There are two solicitations for scholarships, one in January for General Awards and one in February for Internship and International Travel. Applications will be available for currently enrolled Fisheries and Wildlife students who matriculate Winter 2018 or earlier. Applications for the General scholarships including the College of Agriculture awards are submitted once annually no later than February 15th through the new ScholarDollars website and are awarded in fall, winter and spring 2019-20 (a few awards are available for students graduating spring 2019. For questions, please contact Head Advisor, Nancy Allen via email or at (541) 737-1941.
Lindsay Ball Fisheries and Wildlife Scholarship
Carl and Lenora Bond Scholarship
Mike and Kay Brown Scholarship
Izma Bailey Conser Memorial Scholarship
Roland E. Dimick Memorial Scholarship
Jim and Bonnie Hall Fisheries and Wildlife Diversity Scholarship Fund
Howard Horton Fisheries Management Scholarship
Lee Wallace Kuhn Memorial Scholarship
Bob and Phyllis Mace Watchable Wildlife Scholarship
Wiliam B. & Jean Morse Scholarship
Multnomah Anglers and Hunters Club (these are awarded in spring 2018 and eligibility includes spring term graduating students)
Mikel Mapes Memorial Scholarship
Bill Schaffer Memorial Scholarship
Chan Schenck Conservation Scholarship
Junior or senior, based on academic performance and community activities
Tamal Reece Scholarship
Non-resident Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences undergraduate students in good academic standing, any level
Rogue Flyfishers Scholarship
Santiam Fish and Game Association Endowed Scholarship Fund (2 awards)
Phillip W. Schneider Scholarship
Southern Oregon Flyfishers Association Scholarships (2 awards)
Vivian Shriver Thompson Scholarship (2 awards)
William Q. Wick Memorial Scholarship
This application can be found under the Internship Funding Details section of the Internship web page.
Munson Undergraduate Travel Award
Gerald L. Fisher Internship in Aquaculture & Hatchery Management
Kenneth and Lois Klarquist
Kristle Volin Internship Fund
Brooks Arthur Pangburn Internship Fund
Izma Bailey Conser Memorial Scholarship
Gabriel Sandoval, the recipient of the 2017-18 Carl and Lenora Bond Scholarship, is studying avian ecology. He chose the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife because of the ongoing avian research and the connection the department has with many agencies and organizations.
“I wanted to become involved with as many research opportunities as possible in the department so I have an idea of what kind of research I am interested in pursuing during graduate school,” he said.
Gabriel plans to use the scholarship toward tuition and other future expenses involving academic and professional development.
Meet Ameyalli Manon-Ferguson - recipient of the 2016 Jim and Bonnie Hall Diversity Scholarship!
Ameyalli Manon-Ferguson, a Junior in our department, recently received the 2016 Jim and Bonnie Hall Diversity Scholarship. [...] She traces the origin of her passion for wildlife and conservation to her early exposure to the marvelous biodiversity in Yellowstone, the opportunity to attend the Jane Goodall Environmental Middle School in Salem, and to the influence of the Native American community’s worldview with its strong emphasis on environmental stewardship. Through these experiences, she too has come to value “taking care of the Earth, since it takes care of you.“ Read the full article here.
Brianna Houston is the recipient of the 2016 Vivian Shriver Thompson Award, a scholarship established to recognize academic accomplishment and leadership. I recently caught up with the hard-working Brianna to find out more about her story. Here is what I learned. - Dr. Joe Ebersole