Dr. David C. Tudor Science Scholarship
Dr. David C. Tudor, a member of the Cranbury Lions since 1985, was a practicing veterinarian on Station Road, as well as a Professor at Rutgers University. "Doc" Tudor became a Melvin Jones Fellow in 1993, one of the highest Lion's awards, and was a member of the Cranbury Lions Board of Directors, as well as serving a term as Vice President. He was selected as Cranbury Lion of the Year in 1986. A scholarship, administered by the Cranbury Lions, has been established in his name. This scholarship is given annually to a Cranbury high school senior who will major in Science at an accredited college AND/OR to Cranbury college students already with a major in Science. The eligibility requirements, application procedures, and other information about this scholarship are as follows:
The Scholarship Award
The first Dr. David C. Tudor Science Scholarship was presented in 2003.
Emma Brunskill - Awarded Posthumously*
* Emma Brunskill was the most qualified for this award and was chosen before her tragic death; the scholarship proceeds were awarded in her name to The Seeing Eye for the training of a single Seeing Eye Dog, who was named "Emma".