Winter 2010 Competition Produced Some Excellent Essays
Below are links to some of the great essay competitors who submitted some honorable mention essays. The final selections have been made. These were worthy to be posted and are authorized to be posted by these great scholars.
Army Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., Scholarship ($1,000)
WINNER: 1LT John Deniston, USAF
His excellent Information Operations Essay will be posted soon.
The Staff Sergeant Richard Eaton Jr. Memorial Scholarship is dedicated in honor of Staff Sgt. Richard Eaton, a United States Army Counterintelligence Special Agent and Bronze Star recipient who died in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, in 2003.
“I am grateful that the Lint Center is dedicating a memorial scholarship to honor my son’s contribution to our nation’s Counterintelligence capability and the sacrifice of his life for our country,” said Sharon Noble Eaton, Staff Sgt. Richard Eaton’s mother. “Rick loved his CI work in the Philippines, South Korea, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, Iraq, and places I don’t know. He shared that passion with and trained CI soldiers in any way he could. This is his legacy to the CI world. He was also a great and loving son. I miss him every day.”
The Ben Franklin Scholarship at Lint Center ($500)
WINNER: Kerrie Kurtz
This generous (new) supporter has requested that the Lint Center determine what these two scholarships should be named and has asked that they honor a legacy of an inspiring individual. The scholarship will be named after Ben Franklin who an American inventor, journalist, printer, diplomat, and statesman.
As per the donors request, the primary focus of these scholarships will be on America’s use of “soft-power” and the tangible benefits of cultural awareness in international affairs. Some of the key themes of interest include human security (Economic security, Food security, Health security, and Environmental security), conflict resolution, and personal diplomacy. The focus here is on alternative uses, strategies, and tactics to ensure America’s security, at home and aboard.
Ben Franklin was a dedicated leader who may not have been a warrior but showed how soft power can help a small nation survive. Info Page
Lee and Byun International Relations and Cultural Awareness Scholarship ($500)
WINNER: Name Withheld Due to Current Duty Assignment
True Freedom Fighters. Eekwon Lee and Jongja Byun had an incredible life with a true appreciation for freedom and tough choices. Two people who saw tough times during the Korean War and later traveled the world to pursue better opportunities for the family. This will be competitively awarded in the amount of $500. To remember and respect the donors’ historic experiences, the winning essay should be focused on international relations, cultural awareness, and pioneering for life changes. **Full Press Release on scholarship.**
Mr. Jack McCoy Scholarship ($500)
WINNER: Jordan Harms
Information Page about this Korean War Navy Veteran and essay focus. Write an essay with the topic of diplomacy, to include outside of normal diplomatic channels. This can be focused on personal diplomacy successes that can show the impact of one person/group to change the opinion of others around the world. This could also be focused on changes in diplomatic approaches to solve world problems. Next Scholarship Submission Date is: 31 Jan 2011 -- Scholarship Application
Fall 2009 Scholarship Winners
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July 2008 Competition Results Page
See the winner from the Jan 08 competition webpage with essays by winner Tim Coleman and runners up.
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