Each year, NASAGA holds an annual conference and awards scholarships for first-time attendees
Judee Blohm Scholarship
Judee Blohm was the backbone of NASAGA until her passing in July of 2013. She was long-time Editor of
Richard Powers Scholarship
Richard Powers was a novelist, playwright, mime performer, professor, wide-ranging educator, and game designer. He was introduced to NASAGA simulation and gaming in 1975, when he stepped into a crowded elevator and was drawn into learning how to play a numbers game. Upon his passing March 2014, a fund was created in his honor and now provides NASAGA conference registration, travel, and lodging to those who share his interest in simulation and gaming as well as apply that interest to the fields of social justice and/or sustainability. Awards will be given in the amount of full conference registration and a stipend to be applied to travel and/or lodging.