Where Commitment, Motivation & Enthusiasm Are Rewarded
The Stephen Cmar ROTC Scholarship Fund was established to honor Stephen's memory and his commitment to his country and community.
Since 2011, the Cadre has chosen the recipient of the Scholarship. The deserving Cadet must meet the following criteria:
- Be a member of the Sophomore Class
- Display leadership qualities
- Maintain a very strong GPA
- Show commitment, motivation, and enthusiasm for the ROTC program
Cadet Blake A. Clickner
Blake Clickner is an MS2 psychology major from Latham, New York, where he grew up with two siblings. In high school he was a four-year letter winner in hockey, played football his junior and senior years, and was active in his local church, completing a home building mission trip to the Dominican Republic in his sophomore year. Blake is a member of the Color Guard, the 3rd PLT Arctic Ranger Challenge team, and a member of the UNH team completing the Army 10 Miler in Washington, D.C. He is also a member of the Phi Mu Delta fraternity and was elected as the Social Chair.
The Army ROTC has provided Blake with many opportunities to learn about leadership, hard work, and the value of friendships formed as an Army ROTC cadet. This summer he will participate in CULP in Latvia and attend Air Assault School. His goal is to commission as an active duty Infantry Officer as a proud UNH Army ROTC alum.
Cadet Jacob R. Gregson
Gregg grew up in rural Pennsylvania, one of five children, and moved to New Hampshire as a teenager. He played sports in middle and high school and is pursuing a BS degree in Homeland Security, with a Corporate Security minor.
Congratulations to our 2018 Scholarship Recipient, Cadet Alyssa Pennycuick
2011 CADET CAMPBELL
2012 CADET KRASNOFF
2013 CADET BONNELL
2014 CADET SLIVA
2015 CADET GESEL
2016 CADET ALPHONSE
2017 CADET SKILLINGS
2018 CADET PENNYCUICK
2019 CADET GREGSON
2019 CADET CLICKNER