2023 NASA Glenn Faculty Fellowship Program (NGFFP)
NASA John Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, Ohio, is accepting applications from full-time, qualified STEM faculty in accredited US colleges and universities, for the summer 2023 NASA Glenn Faculty Fellowship Program (NGFFP), tenured at GRC.
The ten-week Fellowship will begin on Monday, June 5, and conclude on Sunday, August 11, 2023. The opportunity is open to US citizens. Faculty at Majority- and Minority-Serving Institutions, including women, under-represented and underserved faculty members, as well as Early Career faculty (up-to five years of faculty position) are encouraged to apply.
The application form and instructions are readily available at 2023 NGFFP Application.
The application period will close at 10:59 p.m. CT on Friday, Jan. 20, 2023.
U.S. citizenship; and Tenured or tenure-track, full-time STEM faculty at 4-year accredited U.S. colleges and universities, or full-time STEM faculty at 2-year U.S. academic institutions
The 10-week stipends for Faculty Fellows are as follows:
- Assistant Professor — $15,000
- Associate Professor — $17,000
- Full Professor — $19,000
About NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA GRC offers a unique blend of aeronautics and space research, technology development, and space flight experience. The Center’s areas of expertise and world-class research and technology advancements encompass in-space propulsion systems and cryogenic fluids; power, energy storage and conversion; air-breathing propulsion; physical sciences and biomedical technologies in space; materials and structures for extreme environments; and communications technology and development. The main campus of GRC is adjacent to the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and contains 140 buildings, 24 major facilities, and more than 500 specialized research and test facilities. A satellite campus of GRC, the 6,400-acre Plum Brook Station, is located 50 miles west of Cleveland and offers four large world-class facilities for space technology and capability testing in support of NASA’s mission and major programs.