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LTG (USA, Ret) presents his namesake scholarship to Ms. Hannah Mays, 21 May 2017

2017-2018 Scholarship Competition

The National Military Intelligence Foundation is pleased to announce the results of its 2017-2018 Scholarship Competition.  This year a total of seven Scholarships and four Honorable Mentions were awarded to full-time students as follows:

The NMIF LTG (USA, Ret) James A. Williams Scholarship, valued at $3000 is awarded to Hannah H.  Mayes, a senior at Mercyhurst University majoring in Intelligence Studies with a minor in Arabic & Islamic Studies. Ms. Mayes is also an analyst at the Center for Intelligence, Research, Analysis and Training. 

An NMIF Scholarship valued at $1000 is awarded to James I. Ratcliff, a senior at the University of Oklahoma-Norman, with dual majors in International Security and Arabic and a minor in Intelligence and National Security Studies.

An NMIF Scholarship valued at $1000 is awarded to Joseph R.  Gale, a postgraduate student at Syracuse University seeking an MA in International Relations, with a specialization in Security Studies.  He holds a BA in History from Stonehill College, speaks Italian and Turkish, and has been selected as a DIA intern.

The NMIF has awarded four Scholarships valued at $500 to the following students who achieved identical ratings: 

Mousa Abusaif, a senior at George Mason University majoring in Government and International Politics with a minor in Middle East Studies. He is also a Legislative Affairs intern.

Taylor A.  Alvarez, a post-Graduate student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University majoring in Security and Intelligence Studies.  She speaks Spanish and has a BA in Political Science from Armstrong State University.  

Mark L. Barnes, is a postgraduate student at the Institute of World Politics who seeks an MA in Strategic Intelligence Studies. He has a BA in Political Science from UCLA and has been a Congressional intern.


Staff Sergeant Matthias F.R. Opitz, USAF (Reserve), is a postgraduate student at Bellevue University seeking an MS in international Security and Intelligence Studies.  He holds a BS from Bellevue with the same major and a minor in Psychology.  He has served three tours of duty in Afghanistan.

 

2016-2017 Scholarship Competition

The National Military Intelligence Foundation is pleased to announce the results of its 2016-2017 Scholarship Competition.  This year, a total of five scholarships were awarded to full time students as follows:

The NMIF James A. Williams Scholarship, valued at $3000, awarded to Cameron T. McCauley, a Junior at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, majoring in Global Security and Intelligence Studies with a Minor in Mandarin Chinese.  She also speaks Spanish;

A NMIF Scholarship valued at $2000 awarded to Kaley M. Morrison, a Junior attending Mercyhurst University with a dual major in Intelligence Studies and Russian Studies.  She speaks Russian;

A NMIF Scholarship valued at $2000 awarded to Master Sergeant Patrick J. Dermady, U.S. Air Force, a Senior at Angelo State University majoring in Intelligence and Security Studies with a minor in Analysis.  He is currently assigned to the 97th Operations Support Squadron, Altus AFB, OK;
  
A NMIF Scholarship valued at $1000 awarded to Marie S. De Bedout, a Graduate Student at the University of Alabama at Huntsville who is pursuing a degree in Earth Science Systems with a concentration in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems.  She speaks Spanish and Japanese;

A NMIF Scholarship valued at $1000 awarded to Courtney H. Connor enrolled as a Graduate Student at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies who will specialize in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies.  She speaks Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese and Basque. 

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