Scholarship Winners

The Early GEOINTer

One of the youngest recipients of a USGIF 2020 Scholarship, Elisa Luckabaugh has a newfound interest in the GEOINT field and using geospatial sciences for disaster relief

2019 USGIF Scholarship Awards

Supporting the future GEOINT workforce

Philip McTigue: Security, Service, and Scholarship

Former USGIF Scholarship winner reflects on decades of service and considers future opportunities in academia

A Promising Future for the GEOINT Profession

USGIF awards highest annual scholarship amount to date to 28 exceptionally qualified students

The Next Generation of GEOINTers

Meet the 2017 USGIF Scholarship winners

Andrew Knight: A GEOINT Humanitarian

Meet the 2017 Ken Miller Remote Sensing Scholarship Recipient

Erin Manth: An Intelligence Career in the Making

2017 USGIF Scholarship winner applies GEOINT to national security

The Future of the GEOINT Tradecraft

Meet the 2016 USGIF Scholarship Winners

Sarah Eason Watson: An Enriching GIS Education

Sarah Eason Watson was instantly hooked when she took a GIS class for the first time in 2008 at Austin Community College. As someone who always enjoyed maps and puzzles she seized the opportunity to turn a hobby into a career.

Joel Max: Applying GEOINT to Emergency Management

When Joel Max, a 2015 USGIF scholarship recipient, recalled attending USGIF’s GEOINT Symposium for the first time in June, he described himself as a “kid in a candy shop.”