David Hume Kennerly Scholarship in Photography
The David Hume Kennerly Scholarship in Photography was established by David Hume Kennerly in 2014. David won the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Feature Photography in 1972 for his coverage of the wars in Vietnam and Cambodia. He then went on to become the personal photographer to President Gerald Ford. David has shot more than 50 magazine covers, published numerous books, and has had his work featured in exhibitions worldwide. His scholarship is awarded annually to a student majoring in photography.