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Forest and Wildlife Ecology - Graduate Student Awards - Terry Amundson Memorial Scholarship
The Terry Amundson Memorial Scholarship is a Wildlife Ecology graduate student award.
The Terry Amundson Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to 1-2 graduate students in Wildlife Ecology or Veterinary Sciences. The awards are presented at the local Ruffed Grouse Society Banquet, typically in August or September. There are two criteria for awards: 1) preference to students conducting research the area of wildlife disease or wildlife ecology, and 2) scholastic aptitude. Awards range between $500 and $1,000.
2011-2012 Stacie Robinson 2012-2013 Rocio Jara 2013-2014 Rocio Jara & John Pokallus 2014-2015 Emily Cornelius & Becky Kirby 2015-2016 Bieneke Bron & Michelle Verant 2016-2017 Marcus Mueller 2017-2018
Michael Hardy & Julia Poje
Amy Shipley & Amy Wray
Graduate students may be nominated or apply for this award by submitting: 1) a brief description (1-page maximum) that includes the student’s area of research, scholastic aptitude, and justification for this award, and 2) a CV for the student. Nominations should be submitted electronically (.doc or .pdf) by 29 July each year.
Administrative notes: The Amundson award is made possible through a generous gift to the UW Foundation (account #132045338) . There is an associated campus account (233HN90). Funds are transferred to campus each year at time of award. This award is for active students and the scholarships should be awarded through he Bursars Office. Request for payment of scholarship should include committee justification and any nomination materials. This award is associated with the Ruffed Grouse Society Banquet, at which attendance is expected. No thank you note(s) is(are) required to process payment.