Cranbury Lions Club

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:

Eligibility

Application

The Scholarship Award

The first Dr. David C. Tudor Science Scholarship was presented in 2003.

Lauren Caldwell
Thomas Krall
Laurel Kanawyer
Mario Fiorentini
Laurel Kanawyer
Thomas Hellstern
Christopher Allunario
Annelise Quinn
Emma Brunskill - Awarded Posthumously*
Elizabeth Gerberich
Matthew Ko
Ally Rogers
Vanessa Gonzalez
Emily Swedish
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016

* 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".