Jenkins Scholarship Winners

2018: SPONSORED BY American Aquatics and Fishiding           

  • Hunter Hatcher, Mississippi State University
  • Jeremy Plauger, Auburn University

2017:

  • Dray Carl, Oklahoma State University

2016: Sponsored by Mossback Fish Habitat

  • Cole Harty, Tennessee Tech University
  • Clay Raines, Mississippi State University

2015:

  • Pat Snellings, Auburn University
  • Ben Tumolo, Murray State University

2014:

  • Pat Snellings, Auburn University
  • Kristopher Stahr, Oklahoma State University

2013:

  • David (Randy) Stewart, Oklahoma State University
  • Kristopher Stahr, Oklahoma State University

2012:

  • Jonah Dagel, Mississippi State University
  • Ryan Lothrop, Auburn University

2011:

  • Jonah Dagel, Mississippi State University
  • Ryan Lothrop, Auburn University

2010:

  • Melissa Fries, Louisiana State University
  • MaryBeth Fray, North Carolina State University

2009:

  • Melissa Fries, Louisiana State University
  • MaryBeth Fray, North Carolina State University

2008:

  • Casey Bergthold, Tennessee Tech University
  • Corey Lee, University of Oklahoma

2007:

  • Brad Ray, Virginia Tech
  • Kris Bodine, Oklahoma State University

2006:

  • Mark Rogers (2nd year), University of Florida
  • Bradley Ray, Virginia Tech University

2005:

  • Mark Rogers, University of Florida
  • Lori Davias (2nd year), North Carolina State University
    “Bioenergetic and Ecosystem Modeling of Striped Bass in North Carolina Reservoirs: Solving the Temperature-Oxygen-Forage Paradox and Evaluating Management Options”

2004:

  • Lori Davias, North Carolina State University
    “Bioenergetic and Ecosystem Modeling of Striped Bass in North Carolina Reservoirs: Solving the Temperature-Oxygen-Forage Paradox and Evaluating Management Options”
  • Jessica S. Thompson (2nd year), North Carolina State University
    “The Implications of Habitat Selection within a Bioenergetics Framework: Growth, Trophic Demand, and Spatially-explicit Modeling of a Top Aquatic Predator in a Constructed Ecosystem”

2003:

  • Jessica S. Thompson, North Carolina State University
    “The Implications of Habitat Selection within a Bioenergetics Framework: Growth, Trophic Demand, and Spatially-explicit Modeling of a Top Aquatic Predator in a Constructed Ecosystem”
  • Kevin J. Hoffman, Tennessee Tech University
    “Recruitment Variability and Stocking Efficacy for Largemouth Bass Populations in the Tennessee River System”

2002:

  • Steve Sammons (2nd year), Auburn University
    “Effects of a Drip-delivery Flouridone Treatment on Largemouth Bass Movement, Home Range and Population Characteristics”
  • Robert Barwick, North Carolina State University
    “Fish Populations Associated with Habitat-enhanced Piers in Piedmont Carolina Reservoirs”

2001:

  • Julie Mitchell (2nd year), Clemson University
    “Vegetation of Shorelines along Piedmont Reservoirs of South Carolina: a Selection of Appropriate Woody Species and a Consideration of Their Biological Characteristics”
  • Steve Sammons, Auburn University
    “Effects of a Drip-delivery Flouridone Treatment on Largemouth Bass Movement, Home Range and Population Characteristics”

2000:

  • Julie Mitchell, Clemson University
    “Vegetation of Shorelines along Piedmont Reservoirs of South Carolina: a Selection of Appropriate Woody Species and a Consideration of Their Biological Characteristics”
  • Christopher Vandergoot, Tennessee Tech University
    “Stocking Contribution, Population Dynamic and Forage Base of Walleyes in Tennessee Reservoirs”

1999:

  • James Long (2nd year), Oklahoma State University
    “Populations Dynamics and Interactions of Three Black Bass Species in an Oklahoma Reservoir Influenced by Environmental Variability and a Differential Harvest Regulation”
  • Daniel Iserman, Tennessee Tech University
    “Analysis of Crappie Population Dynamics and Management in Tennessee Reservoirs”

1998:

  • James Long, Oklahoma State University
    “Populations Dynamics and Interactions of Three Black Bass Species in an Oklahoma Reservoir Influenced by Environmental Variability and a Differential Harvest Regulation”
  • Ronald Small, Virginia Tech University
    “Impact of Gizzard Shad on Zooplanktivorous Fishes in Claytor Lake, Virginia”