USGIF Scholarship Program Now Open

USGIF Scholarship Program Now Open




The USGIF Scholarship Program and the Ken Miller Scholarship for Advanced Remote Sensing are now open and accepting applications.

The USGIF Scholarship Program annually awards doctoral, graduate, undergraduate, and graduating high school seniors studying GEOINT, GIS, geography, and related fields.

USGIF Scholarship 2016

USGIF has awarded $891,000 in scholarships since launching the program in 2004. The Scholarship Program is funded by USGIF Memberships and the annual Allder Golf Classic, named in honor of William R. Allder Jr.

To further the advancement of the geospatial tradecraft, USGIF is dedicated to assist promising students studying GEOINT, geospatial sciences, and related fields. The annual USGIF Scholarship Program recognizes the achievements of graduating high school seniors, undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students.

Scholarship recipients are selected based on their academic and professional excellence. Students interested in using capabilities of geospatial science, data and technologies to address human security challenges are all encouraged to submit applications.

The Ken Miller Scholarship is a new scholarship this year, created in partnership betweenUSGIF and Riverside Research. It’s a $10,000 scholarship annually awarded to one master’s student working in or planning to enter the Defense and/or Intelligence workforce.

Application Deadline: April 22, 2016.

Visit usgif.org/education/scholarships to download the applications and learn more.




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