The Women in Conservation Science Scholarship

The Women in Conservation Science Scholarship Fund advances conservation by encouraging and supporting female undergraduate and graduate students pursuing studies related to natural resource conservation. Thanks to the generosity of its benefactors, the Women in Conservation Science Scholarship will help ensure that women are on the forefront of fields dedicated to stewarding, conserving, and protecting the natural resources that Texans rely on and enjoy. The scholarship is open to female students who are interested in a career in the fields of range science, forestry, biology, botany, earth science, wildlife management, and other majors related to conservation science.

Applications for the Women in Conservation Science Scholarship are due by Monday, June 14, 2021. Applicants will be notified by Monday, August 2, 2021, of scholarship award. Access the application here.

For additional questions, please contact:
Kate Potts | Office Manager
Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation
2914 Swiss Avenue | Dallas, TX 75204
info@tpwf.org
Ph: 214-720-1478 | Fax: 214-720-3864

Scholarship Information

  • Up to $4,000 per student per academic year ($2,000 per semester) for tuition and related expenses, paid directly to the college or university at the start of each semester
  • Payment is dependent upon successful completion of the previous semester with a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Eligibility Information

  • Restricted to female students pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree in range science, forestry, biology, botany, earth science, wildlife management, or a related field, with plans to pursue a career in conservation
  • Current full-time student at an accredited college or university in Texas
  • For undergraduate students: must have completed a minimum of 48 semester hours of study by the application deadline of 6/14/21
  • Current cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Preference will be given to students who hold part-time jobs while attending school; please submit proof of employment with your application

Required Documentation

  • Completed application
  • One brief letter of recommendation
  • Personal statement (see guidelines)
  • Official college/university transcript (from all schools attended)
  • If applicable: a brief description of current part-time employment (position, duties, employer, hours worked per week) and proof of employment (either a recent pay stub or a letter from your employer)

The Brady M. Boyd Wildlife Management Scholarship

The Brady M. Boyd Scholarship Fund advances conservation through education for graduating high school students and current college students. The fund was established to honor the memory of Brady M. Boyd (1991-2014), an avid hunter and angler. A life-long outdoorsman, Brady would be proud to know that others will continue to live out his love and enjoyment of the outdoors for years to come through the study and practice of wildlife management. Thanks to the generosity of its benefactors, the Brady M. Boyd Wildlife Management Scholarship will help ensure that the brightest and most dedicated individuals, regardless of their financial means, can pursue a career in conservation.

Applications for the Brady M. Boyd Wildlife Management Scholarship are due by Monday, June 14, 2021. Applicants will be notified by Monday, August 2, 2021, of scholarship award. Access the application here.

For additional questions, please contact:
Kate Potts | Office Manager
Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation
2914 Swiss Avenue | Dallas, TX 75204
info@tpwf.org
Ph: 214-720-1478 | Fax: 214-720-3864

Scholarship Information

  • Up to $3,000 per student per academic year ($1,500 per semester) for tuition and related expenses, paid directly to the college or university at the start of each semester
  • Payment is dependent upon successful completion of the previous semester with a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Eligibility Information

  • Restricted to undergraduate students interested in a career in wildlife and fisheries sciences, range and wildlife management, wildlife sciences, ecosystem science and management, or a related field
  • Current full-time enrollment (or acceptance for graduating high school students) at an accredited college or university in Texas in a degree program related to wildlife management/conservation (see application)
  • Current cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Required Documentation

  • Completed application
  • One brief letter of recommendation
  • Personal statement (see guidelines)
  • Official high school transcript (only required if fewer than 24 college/university credit hours completed)
  • Official college/university transcript (from all schools attended)

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