The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) NRL Postdoctoral program awards are made to persons who have held a doctorate for less than five years at the time of application and are made for one year, renewable for up to three years at the discretion of NRL.

The stipend level is currently $81,548 annually. Travel and relocation expenses are paid, with limited funds available for professional travel if approved by NRL.

Application deadlines: Application will be accepted at any time and must be submitted through the ASEE website.

American Society for Engineering Education
Projects Office
1818 N. Street Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
Ms. Shannon Koonce (202) 350-5763

NRL's Program Coordinator:

Applicants MUST be US Citizens or US Permanent Residents.

Dual Citizenship: If offered an award, those who hold another citizenship in addition to that of the United States MUST BE PREPARED to provide the following the NRL security before beginning tenure:

  • A statement expressing your willingness to renounce your dual citizenship
  • Awardees are not permitted to possess a non-US passport while on tenure. Awardees must either provide a receipt proving that the foreign passport has been relinquished to the consulate, OR must relinquish foreign passport to NRL security official.