Kilauea Point Natural History Association
Dan Moriarty Memorial Scholarship
About the Scholarship
The Kīlauea Point Natural History Association annually awards scholarships in the memory of Dan Moriarty, an outstanding environmental educator and conservationist. Dan played a major role in fostering a strong conservation ethic in the community, an ethic which continues to this day. The awards, up to $3,000 each, are applied directly to college or university expenses.

Students studying in the broadly-defined fields of botany, zoology, natural history and related subjects concerning the Hawaiian environment are encouraged to apply. The fields of wildlife management, interpretation, conservation and environmental education are also included.

To be eligible, the student must have been a resident of Hawaiʻi within the last five years, been accepted or enrolled in a four-year college or university, and maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Preference will be given to upperclassmen (college junior or senior), although both lowerclassmen and graduate student applications will be accepted. The preferred student would be from Kauaʻi (not a requirement) and have demonstrated community service in environmental projects and/or participating membership in environmental clubs or organizations.

Application Instructions
Complete applications must be submitted (or postmarked) with the following information to the address below by April 30, 2019:
1. Completed application, including responses to the questions, listed by number
2. Official transcripts of both college and high school records
3. Three letters of recommendation
4. Student Aid Report (SAR)

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