The Fred Clute Memorial Scholarship Award in Entomology was initiated by friends and colleagues of Fred Clute in 2004. As directed by the donors, the scholarship shall be targeted for students in entomology who have an emphasis of study in pest management. If sufficient funds are available, one or more annual awards of $500 will be given.
Nomination Process: The nomination package shall include:
The nomination materials must be submitted electronically as either a Word or PDF document.
Evaluation: The Student Awards Coordinator will appoint three members of the Entomology graduate faculty to a review committee, which will evaluate and rank each application. The application with the highest ranking shall be the recipient of the Fred Clute Memorial Scholarship Award. The review committee reserves the right not to make an award if all applications are deemed unworthy. Eligible applicants must have demonstrated outstanding potential and performance in research, extension or teaching in the area of pest management.