Accession Number : ADA167435


Title :   United States Air Force Graduate Student Summer Support Program (1985). Technical Report. Volume 2.


Descriptive Note : Annual rept.,


Corporate Author : UNIVERSAL ENERGY SYSTEMS INC DAYTON OH


Personal Author(s) : Darrah,Rodney C ; Espy,Susan K


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a167435.pdf


Report Date : Dec 1985


Pagination or Media Count : 1050


Abstract : The U.S. AF Graduate Student Summer Support Program (USAF-GSSSP) is conducted under the U.S. AF Summer Faculty Research Program. The program provides funds for selected graduate students to work at an appropriate AF Facility with a supervising professor who holds a concurrent Summer Faculty Research Program appointment or with a supervising AF Engineer. This is accomplished by the students being selected on a nationally advertised competitive basis for a ten-week assignment during the summer intersession period to perform research at AF laboratories/centers. Each assignment is in a subject area and at an Air Force facility mutually agreed upon by the students and the AF. In addition to compensation, travel and cost of living allowances are also paid. The specific objectives of the 1985 USAF-GSSSP are: (1) To provide a productive means for the graduate students to participate in research at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory; (2) To simulate continuing professional association among the Scholars and their professional peers in the Air Force; (3) To further the research objectives of the United States Air Force; and (4) To enhance the research productivity and capabilities of the graduate students especially as these relate to Air Force technical interests.


Descriptors :   *JOBS , *AIR FORCE PERSONNEL , *SALARIES , *BENEFITS , MILITARY FORCES(UNITED STATES) , AIR FORCE , MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND CONTROL , STUDENTS , LABORATORIES , AIR FORCE FACILITIES , INSTRUCTORS , PRODUCTIVITY , WORK , COMPENSATION , SUMMER , GRADUATES , ADDITION


Subject Categories : Administration and Management
      Economics and Cost Analysis
      Personnel Management and Labor Relations


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE