S. Bryant Kendrick Memorial Outdoor Fund
Are you interested in a pilgrimage to Glacier National Park, the Wind River Range, the Barrier Islands? The Kendrick Fund was established in memory of S. Bryant Kendrick (’67) to provide financial support for one or more students to have an extramural experience of self-examination and reflection through exploration of the natural world. Recipients are to record their experiences in an artful way and present them at W&L. Other W & L students have explored landscapes of personal significance near and far, and have brought back their discoveries to share. You can be next!
Any non-graduating W & L student interested in applying to the S. Bryant Kendrick Memorial Outdoor Fund for project assistance may submit the following materials to the Kendrick Committee c/o Prof. Leah Green, firstname.lastname@example.org, by midnight on January 15:
1. A description of the project, including time-frame and travel budget.
2. A brief statement about why you want to pursue this project.
Past awards have ranged up to $1000 to defray project expenses.