The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) is excited to announce the opening of our 2015 Scholarship Program. USGIF is dedicated to assisting promising students interested in geospatial sciences with scholarship awards to further the advancement of the geospatial intelligence tradecraft.
With your help, we can make our 2015 Program the most successful yet. Please pass along this information to your contacts and/or students and download our 2015 Scholarship Program flyer.
- Students studying geospatial intelligence or any related field are encouraged to submit their applications by the April 20, 2015 deadline.
- Graduating high school seniors, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students can download applications at http://usgif.org/education/scholarships.
- Scholarship recipients are chosen based on their academic and professional excellence in a field related to the geospatial intelligence tradecraft.
Last year the Foundation awarded $101,000 to 22 recipients and plans to award at least $100,000 for the 2015 program. High school recipients are awarded $2,000 per scholarship and all others are awarded $5,000 each. Since 2004, USGIF has awarded $792,000 in scholarship funds to promising students in the geospatial intelligence field.
Students studying in fields such as geography, political science, physics, computer science, engineering, biology, anthropology, sociology or any field in the natural and social sciences are encouraged to apply. Through the USGIF Scholarship Program, the Foundation strives to communicate to students the breadth and power of GEOINT in serving national, global and human security interests.
The USGIF Scholarship Program endeavors to support students with innovative ideas for problem-solving within geospatial science and technology. Please share information about this scholarship program with your students.
For more information on the USGIF Scholarship Program or to download applications, please visit: http://usgif.org/education/scholarships. Deadline to apply: April 20, 2015
Thank you for your assistance.
Sincerely,Dr. R. Maxwell BaberDirector of Academic Programs