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Warren & Anne Marie Pulich Scholarship

Warren & Anne Marie Pulich Scholarship

The University of Dallas was fortunate to have known Warren and Anne Marie Pulich and to have an endowed scholarship in their names. Warren was one of the first faculty of the University of Dallas. As one of Texas' foremost ornithologists, Warren worked extensively on bird studies in Arizona, Oklahoma, and American Samoa, and published The Birds of North Central Texas which became the definitive volume on bird populations of the region. Warren's wife, Anne Marie, was a well-known Texas bird artist and produced the illustrations for his books and papers. Their enduring gift to the university is an endowed scholarship, created with the hope for a better society through the higher education provided those students who receive the scholarship funds.


Deadline for submission is March 15, 2020.


  1. Applicants must be full-time University of Dallas undergraduates with sophomore or junior standing.
  2. Applicants must be pursuing either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, mathematics, or physics.
  3. Scholarship recipients must demonstrate significant financial need as verified by the Office of Financial Aid.


  1. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative U.D. GPA of 3.0.
  2. Two letters of recommendation are required.  Letters may be uploaded within the application or may be emailed directly to If emailed, the subject line of the email must be: Pulich Scholarship, Student ID (insert the applicant's UD ID number).
  3. Applicants' transcripts will be reviewed.

Due to the generosity of the Warren and Anne Marie Pulich Endowed Scholarship Fund, the University of Dallas is able to offer two $2,500 scholarships.

Submit your application HERE.


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