James Kradyna Summer Field Camp Scholarship
Established through a gift from Adam Kradyna, to memorialize his son, James, who was a valued geology staff member of the Brauer Field Station. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in geology and earth science education. Funds are used to offset the cost of the summer Geology Field Methods course. Funding is based on availability.
- awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior level student who…
- is enrolled in SUNY Cortland’s five-week summer geology course offered at Brauer Field Station near Albany, NY
- is a geology major (or equivalent) at an accredited 4-year institution and have earned a demonstrable record of academic achievement
This scholarship is non-renewable.
Scholarship funding is determined by the Cortland College Foundation. Scholarship amounts and availability are subject to change.