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Proceeds from the sale of a new textbook, The Phenomenology of Intelligence-focused Remote Sensing, will fund a scholarship for students who plan to enter the intelligence workforce.

Proceeds from the sale of a new textbook, The Phenomenology of Intelligence-focused Remote Sensing, will fund a scholarship for students who plan to enter the intelligence workforce.

The U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) partnered with Riverside Research to create the Ken Miller Scholarship for Advanced Remote Sensing Applications, which will be awarded for the first of three times in fall 2016. The $10,000 scholarship, funded by sales from the Riverside Research-authored textbook, The Phenomenology of Intelligence-focused Remote Sensing, will benefit students who plan to enter the intelligence workforce.

The scholarship is named for Kenneth W. Miller, a “founding father” of measurement and signatures intelligence (MASINT). Miller led the MASINT discipline’s evolution from a fledgling start to a national capability that has played a key role in advancing GEOINT and other intelligence disciplines.

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