Advanced Ecology Education Fund, Inc., (AEEF) scholarships are benefitting five Texas and Louisiana college students entering classes for the fall semester.
2018 AEEF scholarship recipients in Texas include Texas A&M University student, Destiny Russell, who will be studying water management and hydrological science.
Jacob Locke, who will attend Sul Ross State University, is studying range and wildlife management.
Kelly Anthony will be studying plant and soil sciences at Sam Houston State University.
Scholarships awarded in Louisiana include Megan Russell and Peyton Gamble, both students at Northwestern State University where they are enrolled in related fields of biology and science.
At Advanced Ecology, we believe that knowledge is the basis for improving life and meeting challenges of the future. Please join us in congratulating these students. We wish them well and look forward to watching them use their knowledge to shape the world around us.
The AEEF scholarship program is managed by foresters and wildlife biologists who strongly believe that by encouraging and nurturing students to excel in the natural resource disciplines, we will further the cause of facilitating environmentally sound natural resource and related sciences management. This includes awarding deserving students who are pursuing a career in the earth sciences and/ or natural resource management field.
Scholarships are awarded annually prior to the fall semester.
Individuals pursuing a degree on an AEEF approved degree plan and currently enrolled in at least 12 semester hours at an AEEF approved university are encouraged to apply for the 2019 scholarship awards. For more information, contact us at:
Advanced Ecology Education Fund, Inc.
2557 State Highway 7 East
Center, TX 75935
Or, by email at:
Also, the AEEF is a 501(C)(3) corporation and donations are fully tax deductible. Please contact us if you are interested in donating.