Houston Safari Club is committed to furthering the education of students pursuing a career in Wildlife and/or Range Management.
The HSC Dan L. Duncan Scholarship Program, in conjunction with the American Conservation and Education Society (ACES), is proud to publicly recognize and encourage students who have exhibited academic excellence and exemplary character through our prestigious scholarship program. Since the program was established in 1999, over 300 scholarships have been awarded, totaling $1,163,250.
HSC understands that the future of our great organization depends on the education of bright and gifted scholars who will work to protect hunter’s rights and the cause of wildlife conservation for decades to come.
2014 Scholarship Recipients:
Mary Annala, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Drew G. Arnold, Texas Tech University
John Clark, Texas A&M University
Courtenay Conring, Texas Tech University
Carlos Eduardo Gonzalez, Sul Ross State University
Katie Guntly, Texas Tech University
Stacy Hines, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Nate Huck, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Nicholas Kolbe, Texas State University
Anastasia Krainyk, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Corey Lange, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Kristen Linner, Texas Tech University
Matthew Milholland, Texas Tech University
Katherine Mull, Texas A&M University
Dakota Neel, Texas Tech University
Jacob Ogdee, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Masahiro Ohnishi, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Andrew Olsen, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Gregory Pavur, Texas Tech University
Lindsey M. Phillips, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Lindsay Roberts, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Mark Thomas, Texas Tech University
Amanda Winn, Texas State University
Daniel Wolcott, Texas State University
HSC Dan L. Duncan Scholarship Criteria:
Scholarships will be given yearly in the amount of $5,000 each for those currently involved in the study of Wildlife Management and/or Range Management. Applicant requirements are as follows:
- Course work hours qualifying as a junior at the time of application.
- Must have a strong PRO HUNTING viewpoint on wildlife management and land management.
- Must be an active hunter.
- Must have a 3.0 grade point average or better.
- Must show good leadership abilities
- Graduate students must send a copy of the thesis project information. No more than 1 page.
For those students interested in applying, please send a total of seven (7) pages. This application must have an introductory cover letter, a resume including those courses yet to be completed, an official transcript, two (2) letters of recommendation and a current photograph. This information must be received by the HSC office no later than June 1. Applications accepted after June 1 will be applied to the following year.
Send information to:
Dan L. Duncan Scholarship Committee
Houston Safari Club
9432 Katy Freeway, Suite 350
Houston, TX 77055
If you have any questions regarding the HSC Dan L. Duncan Scholarship Program, please contact the HSC office at (713) 623-8844, or at email@example.com.