Leslie Nielson Achievement Scholarship

National Academic Games is very pleased and proud to give the prestigious $6,000 Leslie Nielsen Achievement Scholarship Award to the winner of the Seniors Adventurous WFF-n- Proof Tournament. WFF-n-Proof is a challenging game of symbolic logic that teaches habits of careful reasoning.

Below are students participating in this competition during the 2005 National Academic Games Tournament under the oversight of Layman E. Allen, the author of the game and Maurice El-Amin, a coach from Cass Technical in Detroit, MI.

Nielson Competition Nielson Competition
Pictured below with Layman E. Allen is the

2005 Nielson Scholarship winner:
Josh Parks

from Cass Technical in Detroit, Michigan.

Nielson Scholarship Recipient with Layman E. Allen

Previous Nielson Scholarship Winners

For further information about National Academic Games, the Leslie Nielson Achievement Scholarship, or WFF-n-Proof, please contact: Marlette Price.

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