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Michelle A. Lawless Environmental Science Scholarship
This scholarship was created in honor of Florida Wildlife Officer Michelle A. Lawless by Diana Martin, Senior Academic Advisor and Debra Ann Martin.
Michelle was a graduate of Broward College and worked in the science lab at Central Campus. Michelle believed in education and that we can all make a difference in preserving and protecting our environment. This is an opportunity for you to make Lawless’ dreams of conserving our most valuable resources for future generations.
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Must be majoring in Environmental Science
May attend full or part-time
Be a Florida resident
Must have completed at least one college semester
Must complete a one page essay stating why you chose to major in Environmental Science
Please indicate the name of this scholarship, Michelle A. Lawless Environmental Science Scholarship, on the top of your application.
Submit your application to the Student Financial Services Office at one of the following locations:
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As a member of the Arizona House of Representatives in the 1960s, Morris Udall pioneered several pieces of important conservation legislation, including the Alaska lands act of 1980 (aka ANILCA), which doubled the size of the national park system. Now, the Udall Foundation provides annual scholarships of $7,000 to 60 undergraduates who are studying environmental studies, and Native American and Alaska Native students who are studying tribal public policy or native health care. In addition to monetary funding, students fly to Tucson, Ariz., for a weeklong leadership conference.
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