Given the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) situation, the Department of Defense would like to support all NDSEG Fellows in taking the necessary precautions.

Fellows Institutions: Fellows should follow their institution’s policies. Please inform Systems Plus of your institution’s policy through the end of the academic year. Identify impacts, if any, to your coursework and/or research, and send in an email to for review.

Fellow Travel: The latest DoD travel guidance can be found at As long as the Fellow is traveling from a Green location to another Green location, it will be allowable as long as the Fellow is experiencing no COVID-19 symptoms. Submit travel requests to as normal if you meet the requirements (Green <-> Green, COVID-19 symptom-free).

The FY2022 NDSEG Fellowship Program Applications and Fellowship will be administered by ITS-JV.

The Program Manager and Primary POC is Ms. Kim Haskins. All future correspondence related to FY2021 and FY2022 NDSEG Fellows should be directed to her at

For more information on the FY2022 application visit ITS-JV's website,

The FY2022 NDSEG Fellowship Program Applications and Fellowship will be administered by ITS-JV.

Since program inception, over 4,000 fellowships have been awarded and over 60,000 applications received. DoD plans to award new three-year graduate fellowships each fiscal year (subject to the availability of funds) to individuals who have demonstrated ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering.

We encourage you to explore our site and learn more about this exciting opportunity.

Program Objectives

  • Increase the number of U.S. citizens or nationals trained in disciplines of science and engineering of military importance

  • Develop continuing relationships with recipients and the sponsoring military services; each service is responsible for mentoring and interacting with its selected awardees

  • Attract science and engineering baccalaureate graduates to pursue doctorates in DoD mission related research areas from U.S. institutions