Berryman Scholarship Program
The Berryman Institute (BI) provides scholarships to undergraduate students nationwide who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in human-wildlife conflict management or wildlife damage management. This year we will again have two $1000 scholarships to award.
The scholarship awardees will be asked to provide a photo and a one paragraph biography for posting on the Berryman Institute website and publication in Human-Wildlife Interactions.
The 2020 Berryman Institute Scholarship recipient is Amanda Penicks. Read more about Amanda in Human-Wildlife Interactions.
How to Apply
Applications can be submitted by filling out the undergraduate scholarship application form below or by email to Terry Messmer, BI Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). Application via email should include the same information found in the form.