HBCU/MI Student Internship and Faculty Fellowship Program
The DoD HBCU/MI Summer Research Program aims to increase the number of minority scientists and engineers throughout the Department of Defense. The initiative encourages students in STEM disciplines, guides them toward advanced studies, and prepares them for careers in science and engineering fields important to the defense mission. Motivated students, both undergraduate and graduate, are placed for a 10-week research experience at DoD facilities across the nation. Under the supervision of DoD scientists and engineers, students conduct research relevant to the defense mission. To view a playback of the 2021 Summer Research Program, visit DoDSTEM.
Faculty Fellowship Program
The DoD HBCU/MI Faculty Fellowship Program aims to strengthen the collaboration between the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and STEM faculty affiliated with HBCU/MI. Participation requires a commitment of ten consecutive weeks between May 1st and August 31st. Fellows will receive a total stipend of $25,000 paid on a bi-weekly schedule. A housing and travel allowance is available for eligible participants. Selected Faculty Fellows will participate in research at one of five Army Research Lab Directorates.