The Udall Foundation seeks to educate a new generation to preserve and protect their national heritage through studies in the environment and related fields, or Native Americans and Alaska Natives who study health care and tribal policy. Seeks students who are dedicated to funding scholarship recipients who exhibit leadership, character, integrity and well-roundedness. Commitment to pursuing a career related to the environment is necessary. This award can be redeemed at any school.
Sophomores and juniors with a minimum of 3.0 GPA, majoring in environmental sciences and policy studies, agriculture, political science, natural resource management, sociology, anthropology, American Indian studies, tribal policy, history, English, theater, landscape architecture, and public health, to name just a few areas.
Up to $5,000
Campus Deadline: Dec. 1, 2020
For the campus deadline, students must submit the following:
- Application form
- Essay on a speech, legislative act, book, or public policy statement by either Morris or Stewart Udall and its impact on your interests and goals
A committee will review all applications submitted by the campus deadline to determine which students receive a campus nomination. As stated on the Udall Scholarship website, the University of Missouri may nominate up to “four applicants whose careers will benefit Indian country (the tribal policy and Native health care categories)” and up to four candidates “whose careers will benefit the environment.”
Candidates who receive a campus nomination will work closely with Fellowships Office staff to revise application materials prior to the final campus.