ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowship Program
To encourage outstanding students, especially women and minorities, to pursue a doctorate in mechanical engineering teaching and to encourage the engineering education as a profession.
In the terms of the fellowship, the awardee must teach at least one lecture course. The applicant's department head must certify, prior to the award or continuation notice, the commitment of a teaching assistantship and the lecture assignment anticipated.
•Applicant must be a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering, with a demonstrated interest in an academic career. A master’s degree or passage of qualifying exam is required. A lecture-responsibility teaching assistantship commitment from the applicant's department is required. Please see the website for details regarding eligibility external link.
US$5,000 per year
Applicants must submit an undergraduate grade point average, Graduate Record Examination scores, two letters of recommendation from faculty or their MS committee, a graduate transcript, transcripts of all academic work, a statement about faculty career and a current curriculum vitae.
Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME International), today ASME International is a non-profit educational and technical organization serving a worldwide membership.