Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarships Part two

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Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarship

It is nice to have you back today for the concluding part of the Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarship series. Clicked this LINK to read the first part of the Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarship series if you are yet to do that.

 

Neil Armstrong Graduate Award (Armstrong Banner)

We will kickstart the second part of the Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarship series with the Neil Armstrong Graduate Award.

The AIAA Foundation (AIAA Foundation) Neil A. Armstrong Graduate Award honours the great successes of the deceased astronaut, military pilot and educator while providing deserved students with the financial assistance needed to complete their studies.

The submission deadline for this scholarship is January 31. Candidates for an AIAA Foundation Graduate Award must meet the following conditions to be eligible for the scholarship;

Be an American citizen, an AIAA student with a good reputation, at least 1 academic quarter or semester full-time university degree completed, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3,000 on a 4,000 scale, enrolled in an accredited university or university in the United States.

The recipient of this grant is selected based on the following required criteria; a copy of the official college / university (if applicants have attended more than one university/university, transcripts from ALL schools must be provided), including work for undergraduates and graduates completed through the most recent fall period MUST be mailed AIAA Foundation Scholarship Program at c / o Felicia Livingston, 12700 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 200 Reston, VA 20191-5807.

Secure electronic PDF transcripts are accepted, but they must be sent directly through the electronic delivery service of the applicant’s / university’s university.

Electronic transcripts must be sent to feliciaa@aiaa.org on or before the deadline date to be accepted. Assessment of a 500-1,000 word-written essay, indicating the career goals of the applicant; an outline of the academic program is required; and description of how this prize will be used to help achieve the stated career goals.

A survey overview of no more than six (6) pages, presented in PDF format. Research overview can be outlined in any way you choose, but must clearly define hypotheses, research approach, objectives and benefits of research. Three (3) professional recommendation letters (recommendations from family members are not accepted).

Recommendation letters must be submitted via the online application database. Paper letters by e-mail are not accepted. Extracurricular activities, including high school, university and community activities, offices, prizes and work experience will receive the necessary attention.

The AIAA Fellows will be responsible for the selection of recipients of this grant. The AIAA headquarters will serve as a depositary and payment institution for the stock exchange funds and will handle the administrative details of the remuneration program. For more information about this scholarship, applicants should visit https://www.aiaa.org/armstrongaward/

Guidance, navigation and checking Graduate Award

The GNC scholarship is sponsored by the AIAA technical committee, the technical manual for navigation and control and the deadline for applying is 31 January.

Candidates for an AIAA Foundation Graduate Award must be a current AIAA student member with a good reputation, have completed at least 1 academic quarter or semester of full-time HBO university work and approved a research topic, must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3,300 on a 4,000-scale, are enrolled in an accredited college or university worldwide, research a topic on orientation, navigation and control.

The recipient of the grant is selected based on the following criteria; Official College / University Transcript (if you have attended more than one university/university, official transcripts from ALL schools must be provided),

including work for graduates and graduates completed through the most recent fall term MUST be sent AIAA Foundation Scholarship Program at c / o Felicia Livingston, 12700 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 200 Reston, VA 20191-5807. Secure electronic PDF transcripts are accepted, but they must be sent directly through the electronic delivery service of the applicant’s / university’s university.

Electronic transcripts must be sent to feliciaa@aiaa.org on or before the deadline date to be accepted. Assessment of a 500-1,000 word-written essay, stating the career objectives of the applicant and a sketch of the academic program required to achieve the career objectives.

A survey overview of no more than twenty (20) pages, presented in PDF format. Research overview can be outlined in any way you choose, but must clearly define hypotheses, research approach, objectives and benefits of research. Three (3) professional recommendation letters (recommendations from family members are not accepted). Recommendation letters must be submitted via the online application database. Paper letters by e-mail are not accepted.

Extracurricular activities, including high school, university and community activities, offices, prizes and work experience will receive the necessary attention. Selection will be made by the technical committee of AIAA, navigation and control. If the technical committee of the AIAA guide, navigation and control determines that there is no qualified candidate for a given year, the prize will not be paid.

 

NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program

This Scholarship Program offers educational funding for promising students Together with researchers at the graduate level.

Undergraduates are eligible for annual scholarships worth $ 15,000 each for educational expenses in approved programs. The scholarship awards support students for two years and include a summer internship program that is valued at $ 10,000.

Graduate students receive $ 35,000 in annual grants, in addition to $ 11,000 in annual education funding. Internships are also included, and the students who participated in the graduate program have an option to be extended for an additional year, for qualified researchers.

The NASA Office of Education, in collaboration with the Aeronautics Scholarship Program, awards scholarships to individuals who intend to pursue a graduate study leading to a master’s or doctoral degree in an aviation-related field in an accredited US academic institution.

Graduates are funded up to $ 11,000 for their tuition and receive a 35,000 allowance of $ 2 per academic year for 10,000 years through a NASA training scholarship. Students can participate in the research proposal at a NASA centre during the summer of the scholarship period and receive an $ XNUMX stipend for their participation.

 

This depends on the academic criteria of the student, the responsibilities of the scholarships and the availability of funding. The scholarship is only open to applicants who are nationals of the United States.

 

Thank you for reading the Aeronautics and Astronautics Scholarship series.

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