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Forest and Wildlife Ecology - Graduate Student Awards - McCabe Keith Graduate Award

The McCabe Keith Graduate Award is given to a Wildlife Ecology graduate student.

The purpose of the award is to support graduate students majoring in Wildlife Ecology. There is no specific merit or need criteria for this award. The award will be given each spring, typically in the amount of $750 to $1,000.

 Academic Year Awardee(s) 
 2015-2016 Gavin Jones 
 2016-2017 Rachel Harris and Chris Latimer 
 2017-2018 Michael Hardy and Colleen Miller 

Accounting and award information: The McCabe-Keith award is made possible through a generous gift to the UW Foundation (account# 132041954). There is no associated campus account (233xxxx), the Department’s general fund account should be used to process the payment. This award is for active students and the scholarships should be awarded through he Bursars Office. A thank you note from the awardee(s) to the donor (work with committee chair) is required before funds are dispersed.


If you have questions about this award, please contact the current FWE Grad Committee Chair, Michael Samuel.

Keywords:russell lab forest ecology graduate student, awards, wildlife, recipients mccabe keith   Doc ID:65400
Owner:Todd C.Group:Russell Labs Hub
Created:2016-07-23 14:38 CSTUpdated:2019-10-05 13:28 CST
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