Foundation / Corporation
Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)
Fellowships to USA IHE faculty from the mathematics, engineering, or science departments for summer programs that offer hands-on experience in military aviation research. Applications are especially encouraged from the faculty of minority colleges, universities, and institutions. Summer programs will be from 8 to 12 weeks long.
The objectives of the U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program are as follows:
U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program faculty participants have the opportunity to bring a graduate student with them.
GrantWatch ID#: 165512
U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program participants receive a weekly stipend which is based on the status of the participant's application.
The levels for the FY 2022 U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program faculty are as follows:
- Assistant Professor: $1,545/weekly
- Associate Professor: $1,751/weekly
- Professor: $1,957/weekly
The levels for the FY 2022 U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program graduate students are as follows:
- Currently pursuing a master's degree*: $911/weekly
- Currently pursuing a Ph.D.*: $1,210/weekly
*The graduate student stipend is based on the degree the student is pursuing at the time he/she is nominated by the faculty member.
The minimum tenure for the U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program is 8 weeks; the maximum tenure is 12 weeks. The term of appointment can be 8 to 12 continuous weeks between May and August 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: http://afsffp.sysplus.com/SFFP/Registration.aspx
If you have any questions or problems logging into the SFFP website and/or about the application, please contact Systems Plus:
Systems Plus, Inc.
U.S. Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
One Research Court, Suite 360
Rockville, MD 20850
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