STALLINGS – NC State University selected Stallings resident Thomas Reed as honorable mention for its 2018 Udall Scholarship program.
The Udall Foundation awards the scholarship to Native Americans and Alaska Natives committed to issues related to health care and tribal public policy and to students committed to issues related to the environment.
Reed, a junior, majors in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. He is the president of the campus Herpetology Club, as well as an Eagle Scout, EcoVillage Mentor, Ambassador and member of The Leopold Wildlife Club.
“I am extremely interested in outreach and enjoy teaching the public about reptiles, amphibians, and conservation,” Reed said. “I also work within wildlife research to provide records on wildlife around the country.”
Reed will travel abroad this summer.