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I/ITSEC Scholarship 

The RADM Fred Lewis I/ITSEC Postgraduate Scholarship awards are offered at the Masters level in the amount of $5,000, and at the Doctoral level in the amount of $10,000. The scholarships are being offered to stimulate student interest and university participation in preparing individuals for leadership in the Modeling & Simulation, Training, and Education communities. In the event that suitable candidates for one level are not identified, funds may be combined to provide two awards at the same level of study.  The scholarship recipient (s) will attend I/ITSEC at the expense of the I/ITSEC organization, where he or she will be recognized, view the latest in simulation, training and education technologies and meet leading figures from Government, Industry, and Academia associated with this community.

For information about current winners, follow the link go to the I/ITSEC Scholarship main page. 

Past Winners of the I/ITSEC Scholarship

2014-2015
26th Annual
Amelia Kinsella, Doctoral Candidate, Human Factors Psychology, Clemson Univeristy
Michael Eady, Masters Student, Cybersecurity, Johns Hopkins University
Sean Osmond, Masters Student, Modeling and Simulation, University of Central Florida

2013-2014
25th Annual
Mitchell J. Bott, Doctoral Candidate, Modeling and Simulation, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Daniel A. O'Neil, Doctoral Candidate, Modeling and Simulation, University of Alabama in Huntsville

2012-2013
24th Annual
Rebecca Grossman, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial Organizational Psychology, University of Central Florida
Thomas Stokes, Masters Student, Human Factors and Ergonomics, North Carolina State University

2011-2012
23rd Annual
Graham Fleener, Masters Student, Modeling and Simulation, University of Central Florida
Michelle Alvarado, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial Engineering, Texas A & M University

2010-2011
22nd Annual
Marissa L. Shuffler, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Central Florida
Brice B. Pollock, Masters Student, Mechanical Engineering and Human Interaction, Iowa State University

2009-2010
21st Annual
Victor Boyer, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial Engineering, University of Central Florida
Jessica Wildman, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Central Florida

2008-2009
20th Annual
Sallie Weaver, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Central Florida

2007-2008
19th Annual
John Tran, Doctoral Candidate, University of Southern California
Kara Olson, Doctoral Candidate, Old Dominion University

2006-2007
18th Annual
Kartik Trehan, Masters Student, Applied Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Keith Edward Biggers, Doctoral Candidate, Texas A&M

2005-2006
17th Annual
Alexander D.  Walker, Masters Student, Human Factors Psychology, Clemson University
CPT Paul F. Evangelista, USA, Doctoral Candidate, Decision Science and Engineering Systems, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute

2004-2005
16th Annual
David Kabala, Masters Student, Human Computer Interaction, Iowa State University
Jason Moss, Doctoral Candidate, Human Factors Psychology, Clemson University

2003-2004
15th Annual
Quynh-Anh (Mimi) Nguyen, Doctoral Candidate, Engineering Modeling and Simulation, Old Dominion Univeristy
Renee DeRouin, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of Central Florida

2002-2003
14th Annual
Heather A. Priest, Doctoral Candidate, Applied Experimental and Human Factors Psychology, University of Central Florida

2001-2002
13th Annual
Alma Sorensen, Masters Student, Instructional Design, University of Central Florida
Katherine A. Wilson, Doctoral Candidate, Applied Experimental and Human Factors Psychology, University of Central Florida

2000-2001
12th Annual
Allen Bierbaum, Doctoral Candidate, Computer Engineering, Iowa State University

1999-2000
11th Annual
Laura Lyn Arns, Doctoral Candidate, Computer Science, Virtual Reality Applications Center, Iowa State University
Judith B. Hale, Doctoral Candidate, Instructional Design, University of South Alabama

1998-1999
10th Annual
Elizabeth Sheldon Biddle, Doctoral Candidate, Industrial Engineering, University of Central Florida
William J. Gerber, Doctoral Candidate, Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida

1997-1998
9th Annual
Beverly Kristenson Jaeger, Doctoral Candidate, Mechanical/Industrial Engineering, Northeastern Univ/Boston
Amy Henninger, Masters Student, Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida

1996-1997
8th Annual
William Yurcik, Doctoral Candidate, llinois Wesleyan University

1995-1996
7th Annual
Ryan Siders, Doctoral Candidate, Princeton

1994-1995
6th Annual
Scott Friedman

1993-1994
5th Annual
Gary George, Doctoral Candidate, Mechanical Engineering, State University of New York

1992-1993
4th Annual
David McCoy, Doctoral Candidate, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas

1991-1992
3rd Annual
Dolores Karolick, Doctoral Candidate, Instructional Technology, University of Colorado

1990-1991
2nd Annual
Craig S. Rosenberg, Masters Student, Industrial Engineering, University of Washington

1989-1990
1st Annual
Martin Altman, Doctoral, Candidate, Computer Science, University of Central Florida

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