Apply for a Kendrick Award!
Deadline: March 31
Are you interested in a pilgrimage to Glacier National Park, Redwood National Park, the Barrier Islands, or some other wild and spirit-stimulating landscape? Other W & L students have journeyed to such locations and brought back their discoveries to share. You can be next!
Any non-graduating W & L student interested in applying to the S. Bryant Kendrick Memorial Outdoor Fund for project assistance should submit the following materials to the Kendrick Committee c/o Prof. Jim Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org, by midnight on March 31, 2013:
1. A description of the project, including time-frame and travel budget.
2. A one-paragraph statement about why you want to pursue this project.
3. A supporting letter from a faculty member with whom you have discussed the project.
4. A personal vita.
5. Agreement to undergo an interview if requested.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, EMAIL Prof. Warren.
Past awards have ranged up to $800 to defray project expenses.
*The Kendrick Fund was established in memory of S. Bryant Kendrick (’67) to provide financial support for one or more students to have an extramural experience of self-examination and reflection through exploration of the natural world. Recipients are to record their experiences in an artful way and present them at W & L the following year.*