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Congratulations to our 2016 Ben Meadows Natural Resource Scholarship winners!

"The Ben Meadows Natural Resources Scholarships provide two $2,500 awards, one for leadership and one based on academic achievement for students enrolled full time in a qualifying two-year, four-year or post-graduate program during the year the scholarship will be awarded. The scholarships are administered by the Society of American Foresters (SAF). Meet this year's winners:
Joshua G. 2016 Academic Scholarship recipient

Our 2016 Academic Scholarship goes to Joshua G., who attends the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Joshua is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Natural Resources and an M.S. degree in Statistics. He is a member of six national and international honor societies as well as the Society of American Foresters, the International Oak Society, International Society of Arboriculture and five other professional organizations. Before attending the University of Tennessee, Joshua completed a B.S. in biology, a B.A. in German and an M.S. in biology at the University of Nebraska, Kearney. He has been an active tutor, teaching assistant, and research assistant across multiple disciplines, including biology, forestry and statistics. Joshua plans to pursue a career in teaching and research in forestry.

Gregg s. 2016 Leadership Scholarship recipient

Our 2016 Leadership Scholarship goes to Gregg S., who attends Paul Smith’s College in upstate New York. Gregg is pursuing a degree in Ecological Forest Management with a minor in GIS. He is currently the President of the Paul Smith College student chapter of the Society of American Foresters where he has organized club fundraisers, speakers and trips. He is a supplemental instruction leader and peer tutor for several forestry and GIS classes, and was named the tutor of the year at PSC for his services. Additionally, Gregg has served as a crew leader at a Christmas tree farm and has spent the summer working as a forestry technician for the United States Forest Service (USFS) in Idaho. He will graduate from Paul Smith’s College in December.   

For more complete details and qualification requirements for the Ben Meadows Natural Resources Scholarships please visit www.benmeadows.com/scholarships.
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