The Astronaut Scholarship was established in 1984 by the astronauts of NASA's Mercury 7 mission to promote U.S. leadership in science and technology by supporting top college students in STEM fields. Astronaut Scholars receive $10,000, attend a fall Astronaut Scholarship Foundation's Innovators Weekend and become part of a network of scholarship alumni, astronauts, and foundation supporters.
Current sophomores and juniors with exceptional motivation, creativity, and performance in STEM fields are eligible. Applicants must also be U.S. citizens at time of application, have considerable research experience, and plan to pursue research or advance their field after graduation.
For more information about the Astronaut Scholarship, eligibility, and campus application process, see the Fellowships page of the Homewood Student Affairs website.
Interested students should contact Kathleen Barry at email@example.com in the JHU National Fellowships Program and plan to submit, via the Fellowships link above, a brief pre-application by Jan. 25.