Tuck, who is the son of Tony and Gwen Tuck, of Cedartown, received the Archie E. Patterson Scholarship, which was created in honor of the late professor to provide financial aid to Warnell students. Tuck was also named to the Blue Key Honor Society and won a Rotoract Student Service Award.
The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, founded in 1906, is the oldest such school in the South.
It prepares leaders in the conservation and sustainable management of forests and other renewable natural resources. Located on the University of Georgia’s south campus, the Warnell School has nearly 300 students in four majors learning to use the latest ideas and technology for real-world applications. Every year, the Warnell School awards more than $100,000 in scholarships to help students pay for their education.