ASNT Fellowship Awards

The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. (ASNT) provides up to five $20,000 grants each year to fund research in nondestructive testing and evaluation at the graduate level, either master’s or doctoral. ABET accredited academic institutions with graduate educational research programs are eligible. Faculty Advisor must meet the requirement for directing the student’s graduate degree program as required by the nominating university. No more than one proposal per faculty member will be considered annually. Student must meet the requirement for the degree program described in the proposal as required by the nominating university. The fund shall be used as described in the proposal submitted as part of the application documentation. The intent is to support the students in the conduct of their studies or research need towards attaining a graduate level degree.


The application process has begun. Academic institutions with ABET accreditation and with graduate education research programs, are invited to submit a proposal. Proposals for the ASNT Fellowship Grant are due October 15th, and shall include the following:

-Length
-Research Facilities
-Title Page
-Budget
-Abstract
-Research Advisor
-Research Proposal
-Recipient
-Program of Study

Applications are now being submitted electronically at the following website:


The complete proposal must be received no later than October 15th.

If you have further questions, please contact Michelle Thomas.

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