The Nature, Art & Habitat Residency is a one-month summer residency (June and ALT. RES. In July and August) offered to six multidisciplinary professionals and one university level student active in the fields of bio-inspired arts, design, architecture, as well as anthropology, botany, natural sciences, literature, technology, economy or a cross-disciplinary blend of any of these. The NAHR is set the Taleggio Valley in the Orobie Alps of northern Italy. An international jury will select the residents based on their proposals. Selection criteria will include feasibility, originality, and overall quality of the proposals. Each NAHR residency is supplied without fees; lodging is provided (June).
Residencies will be awarded according to independent project proposals that best explore the 2018 topic Water: vital flux, energy in transformation. Candidates are asked to consider how their proposals might best explore how to build dynamic relationships and articulations between the Valley’s ecological resources, socio-cultural practices, and the built environment. Application deadline for the 4-week June, 2018, residency is February 2, 2018.
The 2018 General James H. Doolittle Scholarship for aerospace science & engineering students will be one or more scholarships of up to $5000. To apply, students should be college juniors, seniors or graduate students pursuing a degree in aerospace science, aeronautical engineering or a related field at any accredited college or university in the United States or its possessions. Applicants must have a minimum 2.75 GPA and have completed at least 52 hours of college course work by the end of the academic semester in which they apply. Applicants must also be citizens of the United States. Application period is January 16, 2018 through March 1, 2018.
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Honda Performance Development Internship
Honda Performance Development have two paid internship opportunities for final year masters students or recent graduates with simulation experience. They may consider a skilled undergraduate. Applicants must be a US citizen or green card holder.
One position is open in the field of race car aerodynamics and thermodynamics simulations. Typical CFD applications include aerodynamics development of racing cars, heat transfer and CHT simulations for brake cooling, flow through heat exchangers and engine compartment flows.
The second position is available in the field of structural dynamics simulations. Typical FEA application fields include Composite Materials, Durability, Strength Analysis, Vibration Analysis and Topology Optimization.
As a means of increasing the number of U.S. citizens and nationals trained in science and engineering disciplines of military importance, the Department of Defense offers the Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program. SMART is a competitive offering open to undergraduate or graduate students in (most) STEM programs who are citizens of the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, or the UK. Scholarships include full tuition and fees, a monthly stipend, books & supplies allowance, and a health insurance allowance. Applicants select a DoD facility or agencency where they would prefer to work. Recipients are obligated to participate in summer internship programs and accept DoD employment after gradutation.
The application period for scholarships beginning in 2019 opens August 1, 2018, and runs through December 1, 2018.