Leo W. and Alberta V. Thomas Utz Scholarship - Math
The Leo W. and Alberta V. Thomas Utz Scholarship was founded in memory of their parents, Leo W. and Alberta V. Thomas. Math is a $4,000 annual scholarship available to students pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees in mathematics for up to four years. Renewal is dependent on achieving a 3.25-grade point average on the educational institution's 4.0 scale. Each year, by July 10th, an official transcript must be sent to the Office of the Reporter General, or the scholarship will be forfeited.
Gertrude M. Cox Scholarship
The Cox Scholarship, sponsored by the ASA Committee on Women in Statistics and Caucus for Women in Statistics, was established in 1989 to encourage women to enter statistically oriented professions.
Two scholarship recipients are selected each year: one to a woman in or entering the early stages of graduate training (MS or PhD) and one to a woman in a advanced stage of training. Scholarship recipients receive a certificate and $1,000.
Noyce scholarships to the Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program are intended for students receiving Bachelor's degrees in four high-needs STEM fields: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Engineering/Engineering Technology.
These will be one-year scholarships covering tuition, fees, and some living expenses. Students that are double majoring in two of the targeted subject areas will be given preference for the scholarships. Students who receive one of these Noyce scholarships are required to teach for two years at a high needs school after completing their MAT degree.
The goal of the Noyce program is to recruit high-performing STEM students into the teaching profession. With the Noyce program, we are specifically targeting students who are not already enrolled in a teacher education program at ETSU.