Ron Remmick Undergraduate Student Scholarship

Application Deadline: July 15, 2022

Ron Remmick was a fisheries biologist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department from 1978 to 2002 when his service was cut short by cancer. He was one of the most passionate advocates for cutthroat trout of his time, and he is the father of Wyoming's Cutt-Slam.

This award will recognize one outstanding undergraduate student or student who has recently graduated with a Bachelors degree with a strong interest in conservation and restoration of native trout, and is offered to encourage their participation in Wild Trout Symposia. This award consists of a $400 stipend to assist student travel or other costs incurred in attendance of this symposium.

Awards are open to an undergraduate student working toward a career in the Natural Fisheries Resource Management or related field, or to students who have recently graduated with a Bachelors degree and are still pursuing such a career. Applicants will be judged on a combination of an essay written by the applicant and a letter of reference. Click on Ron Remmick Student Scholarship Application for the form. Please submit electronically to Remmick Scholarship Chair Robert Gresswell at

Past Recipients

WT-XII 2017 Ben Martin
WT-XI 2014 Henry Hansen
WT-X 2010 Charles (Nate) Cathcart