2019 James E. Lewis Science
Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship recipient!
James E. Lewis was a biologist who specialized in lepidoptery (butterflies/moths) and bees. The Baldwin High alum (class of 1962) went on to receive two degrees from the University of Miami. The James E. Lewis Science Endowment was established posthumously in March 2018, and is awarded annually to a student who intends to pursue a higher education degree in biology, botany, environmental sciences or a related science field. To be considered for this scholarship, a student must demonstrate a love of the natural world, be of good character, show kindness toward others, and have a grade point average of at least 2.75.
Submissions are reviewed by an independent committee and recipients are awarded at Senior Recognition Night in May. The application includes:
2018: James Wodarek