Scholarships and Grants

Scholarship, grants, and fellowships support the advancement of education and research in nondestructive testing. To support these efforts, donate today.

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Scholarships

We support students at all levels to pursue education and training in nondestructive testing. 


Charles Hellier III Scholarship  

Provides scholarships to professionals seeking continuing education and training in NDT.

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Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship 

Provides an incentivize to undergraduate students enrolled in U.S. universities and colleges with recognized engineering programs to choose NDT/NDE as their field of specialization.

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James J. Treat Scholarship 

Provides scholarships to professionals seeking continuing education and training in NDT.

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Robert B. Oliver Scholarship 

Provides an incentive to students currently enrolled in coursework related to NDT in a program of study leading to an associate degree or post-secondary certificate at a U.S. university, college, technical school, or company whose primary workforce is education.

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Grants

Grants are available to educators as well as students. Educators creating innovative and effective curricula that align with specific education goals and standards are eligible to apply. Students who participate in NDT research can apply for travel reimbursement grants.


Faculty Grant 

This grant encourages faculty members of US universities and colleges to revise their existing courses or develop new courses to teach NDT/NDE by providing a financial grant.

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Student Travel Grant 

This grant serves to provide an incentive to full-time students to attend the ASNT Research Symposium by providing reimbursement for qualified travel expenses.

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Fellowships

Funding is available for graduate level students conducting high-quality research in science and technology at a U.S. based college or university. 


Fellowship 

 Provides financial support for high-quality research activities in science and technology at the graduate level (M.S. or Ph.D. candidates).

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