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Badgerland Chapter Scholarships


During the past 19 years, the Badgerland Chapter of Safari Club International has had in place a scholarship program with the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, College of Natural Resources. Scholarships have been awarded to more than thirty eight students. SCI Badgerland is pleased to announce in 2013 scholarships were awarded to two students attending the College of Natural Resources.

Newest recipients are Eric VanNatta and Leah McSherry. Badgerland has also sponsored Eric for the AWLS program in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this July.–Alan Heth, SCI Badgerland Education Chair

Leah McSherry
Leah McSherry
Eric VanNatta
Eric VanNatta

 

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SCI Badgerland Awards Two 2012 Scholarships


During the past 19 years the Badgerland Chapter of Safari Club International has funded a scholarship program with the University of  Wisconsin Stevens Point, providing awards to more than thirty eight students. SCI Badgerland is pleased to announce that it has again awarded annual scholarships to two students attending the College of Natural Resources. This year’s scholarships were awarded to Nathaniel Huck and Michael Nooker.

Nathaniel HuckNathaniel Huck, a junior from Stevens point, Wisconsin, has a GPA of 3.59/4.00 while pursuing a degree in Wildlife Ecology – Research and Management. Someday, he hopes to be involved in setting national harvest regulations for waterfowl working with the USFWS or managing large wetlands for waterfowl production.

Michael NookerMichael Nooker, a junior from Green Bay, Wisconsin, has a GPA of 3.23/4.00 while pursuing a degree in Wildlife Ecology – Research and Management. He plans to seek a position in wildlife management.

For these scholarships, SCI Badgerland, a 501 (C)(3) corporation, has created an endowment that needs to grow to be self-funding. Besides providing the annual scholarships, Badgerland continues to add funds to the endowment. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation to this fund, please contact SCI Badgerland.–Alan Heth