Amanda Gray (graya_uw) wrote,

Scholarship for UW Oceanography / Fisheries students

CLARENCE H. CAMPBELL ENDOWED LAUREN DONALDSON SCHOLARSHIP
ANNOUNCEMENT OF AVAILABILITY FOR ELIGIBLE STUDENTS

The College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences is pleased to announce
the availability of up to four student scholarships for the 2009-2010
academic year, made possible by the generosity of Clarence H. Campbell in
memory of Lauren "Doc" Donaldson.


Professor Lauren "Doc" Donaldson earned his MS and PhD degrees from the
University of Washington in 1931. He served on the faculty of the
School of Fisheries from 1932 until his retirement in 1973. Doc was
a world-renowned expert in development of fish stocks, and trained
countless students in freshwater fisheries research and management.
Clarence Campbell, '30, established this fund to recognize Doc's lasting
influence.

These scholarships are available to any student pursuing a degree in the College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences in the next academic year. Students must be enrolled as undergraduate majors or as graduate students in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences or the School of Oceanography to receive a scholarship. Previous recipients may re-apply. Award decisions will be based upon academic merit and financial need.

Award amounts will be the equivalent of one-year (three quarters) of
resident tuition for either graduate or undergraduate students
paid directly to the recipient's student account.

To apply, submit the following to the Office of the Dean no later than
Friday, May 15
:
* Statement addressing (2 pages maximum):
o Academic and professional goals
o Circumstances creating financial need and impact of the
scholarship
o Any other experiences that have influenced your academic
path
* Current resume or curriculum vitae
* Unofficial UW transcript
* Sealed letter of recommendation from a faculty member or other
person familiar with your academic work
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