This scholarship is established by Kim ‘68 and Nancy Strawe of Curtis, Michigan. Kim graduated from LSSU in 1968 with a degree in biological science and has always had a passion for the outdoors and a love for nature. Since 1998 Nancy has been a volunteer at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. She has also served on the board of directors for the Seney Natural History Association (a non-profit organization that funds programs and interns at the Refuge). It is Kim and Nancy’s wish to provide financial assistance to those students who also have an appreciation for the outdoor environment. Successful candidates must be a Fisheries & Wildlife Management major of at least sophomore status and a Michigan resident who has earned a minimum 3.0 GPA. Selection is based on the recommendation of the Fisheries & Wildlife faculty.