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National Scholarship Guide

Chester Fritz Library resources for national scholarships

Morris K. Udall Foundation Scholarship

RECOMMENDATION: 

Read widely among the speeches, legislation, and policy statements of Congressman Morris K. Udall or Secretary of Interior Stewart L. Udall  Write an 800 word essay on a speech, legislative act, book or public policy statement by either Morris K. Udall or Stewart L. Udall and its impact on your interests & goals.  Here is a sample of things you might read:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Includes Congressman's Reports, Speeches, Papers, and Books and Articles

Morris K. Udall:  Information from Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries


Stewart L. Udall:  Information from Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries

BOOKS from the Chester Fritz Library (mainly) or the Law Library (when indicated).

Morris K. Udall:

Stewart L. Udall:

SELECTION OF SPEECHES:

Morris K. Udall Speeches:

  1. Selection of Speeches from Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries.
  2. The Dilemma of Rural Youth  This speech was delivered at the National Outlook Conference on Rural Youth, October 23-26, 1967, Washington, D.C.

Stewart L. Udall Speeches:

  1. Selection of Speeches from Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries.
  2. The West & Its Public Lands  Text of a speech given by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall on February 6, 1964, which deals with the subject of U.S. public lands.
  3. But Then Came Man  Text of a speech given by Stewart L. Udall, secretary of the interior at the National Conference on Planned Parenthood-World Population, on May 4, 1967, which deals with the quality of life.
  4.  An Anchor to Windward  An adaptation of a keynote speech of the 6th National Wilderness Conference held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in October 1994. It is a speech by former Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall commemorating the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Wilderness Act of 1964. The author pays tribute to Aldo Leopold, a founder of the science of wildlife management, and to Senator Clinton P. Anderson, a champion of wilderness protection, and calls for the elimination of grazing on designated wilderness lands or the reclassification of grazing lands as outside these areas.  Needs to be ordered through Interlibrary Loan: El Palacio. Spring1995, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p17-23. 7p.