NASA – Graduate Program
- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is proud to offer fellowships to students in their undergraduate and graduate careers.
- The Aeronautics Scholarship Program (ASP) offers our nation's research leaders of tomorrow exceptional funding for graduate study.
- You must be nominated by Franklin College.
- Applicants must have received or be on track to receive their bachelor's degrees by Fall 2011. Scholarship awardees selected in Spring 2011 must begin their fellowship tenure by Fall 2011.
- Potential applicants to the program may be in their final year of undergraduate study and already accepted into a master’s or doctoral program, or they may be currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program but will not receive their degree until at least Spring 2013.
- You do not have to be accepted into a program at the time your application is submitted; however, should you be selected, the award is contingent upon your admission to a suitable master’s or doctoral level degree program at an accredited U.S. college or university in aeronautical engineering or a related science or engineering field of study.
- Fields of study must have a focus on aeronautics-related research such as, but not limited to, air traffic management research and integrated vehicle health management (see Other information for list of supported fields).
- The program is open only to applicants who are citizens or nationals of the United States. Proof of citizenship will be required upon formal offer.
- $35,000 annual stipend
- Up to $11,000 awarded for each school year, to be used for tuition and other education related expenses
- Two (2) $10,000 Summer internship at a NASA Research Center
- Campus due date: Please submit all required application materials to the campus representative by 5pm on November 14, 2012
- Application deadline: 5:00pm, EST, January 17, 2013
- All materials must be submitted online.
- Follow the “Important Information to Know Before Applying” on the website.
Dr. Hisaya Kitaoka
Aeronautical and Aerospace
Electrical and Electronic
- Additional Supported Fields in