Six graduate students at the Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University have been selected to receive $66,000 in scholarships from four different sources including two endowed scholarships created by the family of Franklin and Virginia Law. Other scholarships awarded this year come from the San Antonio Livestock Exposition (S.A.L.E.), and the West Texas Chapter of Safari Club International. Six graduate students received a total of eight scholarships:

  • S.A.L.E. Fellowship: Leanna Morin, Kelley Wood, Olivia Gray, and Daniel Wilcox

  • Virginia Matthews Law Scholarship: Rachel Bittner, Kelley Wood

  • Franklin and Virginia Law Scholarship: Daniel Wilcox

  • West Texas Chapter Safari Club International Endowed Scholarship: Joshua Coward