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Noyce Scholarship

The program provides funding to institutions of higher education to provide scholarships, stipends, and programmatic support to recruit and prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K-12 teachers. As part of the MU-Noyce Program, Noyce scholars will be engaged in the immersion activities offered by Miami’s Urban Cohort in the Over-the-Rhine community in Cincinnati as they complete their degree in integrated mathematics education or science education program.

Amount: $36000
AAMU Noyce Scholarship Program

Alabama A M University’s Noyce Scholars Program offers Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics majors a career path to teacher certification. If applicant are a Chemistry, Physics, Biology or Mathematics major and are interested in teaching, join the Noyce Scholars Program at Alabama A M University. Scholarships of up to $36,000 for the final two years of study. If participants do not complete degree requirements or do not fulfill service requirements, they will be required to repay the amount of their Noyce support, plus any applicable interest. While scholarship deadlines are posted, prospective STEM teachers are encouraged to at any time. The application process will remain open until all scholarships have been distributed for each semester.

Noyce Scholarships

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.

Amount: $10000
Pacific Noyce Scholarship

Pacific University students may receive a $10,000 senior-year scholarship prior tho entering the MAT STEM ESOL program. See where Pacific Noyce Alumni are teaching now.

Amount: $36000
AAMU Noyce Scholarship Program

If applicant are a Chemistry, Physics, Biology or Mathematics major and are interested in teaching, join the Noyce Scholars Program at Alabama A M University. Scholarships of up to $36,000 for the final two years of study. If participants do not complete degree requirements or do not fulfill service requirements, they will be required to repay the amount of their Noyce support, plus any applicable interest. AAMU Noyce Scholarships for students is open for the fall and Spring semester. While scholarship deadlines are posted, prospective STEM teachers are encouraged to apply at any time. The application process will remain open until all scholarships have been distributed for each semester.

Noyce Scholarship

With the support of funds from the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the partners aim to recruit students presently majoring in engineering, the sciences, and mathematics at Miami and graduates with these degrees to become Secondary Science and Secondary Mathematics Teachers. The MU-Noyce Program will provide 2 pathways for scholarships and stipends to attract talented STEM s and STEM professionals into secondary science and mathematics teacher education programs at Miami.

Amount: $19500
Noyce Scholarship

With the support of funds from the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the partners aim to recruit students presently majoring in engineering, the sciences, and mathematics at Miami and graduates with these degrees to become Secondary Science and Secondary Mathematics Teachers. The MU-Noyce Program will provide 2 pathways for scholarships and stipends to attract talented STEM s and STEM professionals into secondary science and mathematics teacher education programs at Miami.

Amount: $22500
NSF grant adds $1 million to Behrend math study

The NSF funding will support scholarships for Penn State Behrend students, who will be eligible for $22,500 in both their junior and senior years at the college. The NSF grant, which includes funding from the Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program, will create a support network for students in the four partner districts who have an interest in mathematics. In the junior and senior years, students will be eligible for Noyce scholarships. Each Noyce scholar will be paired with two teaching mentors from the partner districts, who will be paid for their work on the project.

Amount: $5000
The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

Morris Scholarship: Scholarships are available to cadets pursuing a Bachelors of Science degree in any applied science, with preference given to cadets pursuing the study of physics. Metcalf Biology Scholarship: Scholarships are available to rising sopho s, juniors, and seniors majoring in Biology who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater are American citizens have demonstrated financial need and are not recipients of Citadel Scholars funds. Debbie and Chris Swain, '81, Scholarship: First preference for this merit-based scholarship will be given to students majoring in either biology or chemistry who are the best and brightest of their peers. Hatch Scholarship: Scholarships are available to cadets majoring in Chemistry who are in financial need.

Amount: $2000
Scholarships

Approximately 30 scholarships are awarded annually between the Forest Grove and Eugene campuses.