Category Archives: Scholarships
Kathy Johnson Outreach Scholarship: Mónica Zoé Cruz Ríos
Outstanding Undergraduate Scholarship: Trenton Gianella
Outstanding New Graduate Student Scholarship: Marie Tosa
Advanced Graduate Student Scholarship: Samara Haver
The PSU Environmental Professional Program (EPP) staff would like to extend an invitation to apply for the 2018 EPP Diversity Scholarship!
The goal of this scholarship is to increase participation from populations typically underrepresented in the field of environmental science and from geographic regions outside the Portland Metro Area. The Environmental Professional Program will be offering a $5,000 scholarship that can be used to pay tuition for the core classes of the River Restoration Certificate. Information on those classes, including costs, can be found on our website:https://www.pdx.edu/environmental-professional-program/professional-certification .
The application process is open to all interested individuals. Applicants should submit a resume and short letter (1 page) describing your career goals and your need for the support. The scholarship will be awarded to a single applicant interested in the River Restoration Certificate. Applications are due on Friday February 16, 2018 by 11:59 pm PST. Please e-mail your application as a single PDF or Word document to email@example.com.
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: December 31, 2016
Outstanding Undergraduate Student Scholarship: $600 will go to an outstanding undergraduate student working towards a Wildlife Sciences or similar degree (e.g., Zoology, Biology, Conservation Biology) at an Oregon college. Selection will focus on excellence in academics, leadership, and experience. To apply, follow the instructions below.
Kathy Johnson Outreach Scholarship: $600 will be awarded to an undergraduate or post-baccalaureate student. This award is intended to foster diversity within the Society, and will be based on academic performance and leadership. Eligible recipients include older returning students, single parents, or students making a career shift into natural resources, and those with real-world issues or challenges related to class, culture, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, age, language, race, ability, and sexual orientation. To apply, follow instructions below and include information in the cover letter outlining why you are qualified and how scholarship support can help you.
Outstanding New Graduate Student Scholarship: $1000 will be awarded to a graduate student in their first year of graduate study. Awards will be based on academic qualifications and research goals. To apply, follow instructions below and include a copy of your research goals and a letter of support from your major professor.
Advanced Graduate Student Scholarship: $1000 will be awarded to an advanced graduate student for academic performance and excellence in research. To apply, follow instructions below and include a letter of support from your major professor.