The Montgomery & Associates Scholarship was established to create a scholarship in the College of Science to benefit undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in Hydrology and Atmospheric Science degree programs and in Geosciences degree programs. Initial funding for the scholarship endowment was made possible through generous gifts by M&A Founder, Errol L. Montgomery, and Montgomery & Associates donors, but any individual, corporation, or foundation may make additional gifts to the Fund at any time.
Application and Award
Eligibility & Selection Criteria Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences (HAS) or in Geosciences (GEOS) are eligible to apply. Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences (HAS) majors must have a demonstrated interest in investigations in groundwater (broadly defined). Geosciences majors (GEOS) must have a demonstrated interest in investigations in subsurface fluid-rock interactions, including, but not limited to, mining-related groundwater characterization, management, and conservation. Students are nominated by faculty members in their respective departments and are not required to submit a formal application form.
Frequency Once annually
Award Each scholarship is valued at approximately $1,800 and disbursed in two payments, the first during the Fall semester and the second during the Spring semester. Up to 3 scholarships will be made each year. The priority in disbursing awards is:
- First award, undergraduate student in Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
- Second award, graduate student in Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
- Third award, an undergraduate or graduate student in Geosciences
Application Period Spring semester for the following Academic Year
Selection Process The Dean of the College of Science or Dean’s designee will review and select recipients based on the selection criteria
To be announced