About Robert J. Vincent, Ph.D.
Robert J. Vincent, Ph.D., selflessly gave 30 years of service to this country. His responsibilities ranged from serving on the Intelligence Community Staff, Office of the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), as a counterintelligence officer during the first Gulf War, and as a CIA liaison officer throughout the nation's Intelligence Community, to include all branches of the military, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the State Department. For a number of years, he was the human factors specialist at the National Photographic Interpretation Center, the National Imagery Office, and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency, forerunners of today's National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
About the Scholarship
This scholarship is opened to all combat Veteran students from any branch of the military completing an undergraduate or graduate degree at the University of Maryland. The Vincent Family Scholar may attribute the funds toward tuition, room and board, or the cost of textbooks.
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