Gary Gray Memorial Scholarship
This endowed scholarship was established in 1991 and honors the legacy and personal goals of Gary Gray, a Huxley College of the Environment student who lost his life in an avalanche on Mt. Baker. The scholarship is intended for an Environmental Studies/Journalism major with a desire to fulfill the mission of environmental photography as defined by Gray: “The environmental photographer’s goal is to reawaken the environmental consciousness we, as humans, all inherit.”
Scholarship-Specific Criteria: College of the Environment undergraduate student with special interest, aptitude, and aspiration in photography. Statement should include applicant’s plans to use photography as a tool for environmental advocacy.