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.

How to Apply

Applications can be submitted by filling out the undergraduate scholarship application form below or by email to Terry Messmer, BI Director (terry.messmer@usu.edu). Application via email should include the same information found in the form.

Applications will be accepted between January 1 and May 1 each year.

Undergraduate Scholarship Application Form

Please enter your full mailing address, including your city, state and zip code.
Phone number, including area and country code (if outside the U.S.).
University you are attending.
Please provide a personal statement of your interests in Human/Wildlife Conflict Management or Wildlife Damage Management.

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