- Are you looking for funding to support teacher candidates or research?
- Are you a teacher educator who prepares STEM teachers to support students in high-need schools and communities?
- Are you a researcher whose focus is on teacher education?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, read on to learn more about the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.
The NSF Noyce program provides:
- Funding to institutions of higher education to provide scholarships, stipends,
- Programmatic support to recruit and prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K-12 teachers
- Seeks to increase the number of K-12 teachers with strong STEM content knowledge who teach in high-need school districts.
These four funding tracks make up the program plus Capacity Building.
Meet Some Noyce Principal Investigators
Track 1: Scholarships/Stipends for Undergraduate Majors and/or STEM Professionals
Jomo Mutegi, Ph.D.
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Carver Teaching Initiative (CTI) Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM Teaching Professionals through Internships, Recruitment, and Engagement Read more…
Wren Walker-Robbins, Ph.D.
Director, Instructor, Secondary Science Education Program
Salish Kootenai College
Noyce Scholarships to Prepare Teachers for Culturally Congruent Science and Mathematics Education of Native American Students Read more…
Track 2: NSF Teaching Fellowships for STEM Professionals
Track 3: NSF Master Teaching Fellowships
Track 4: Noyce Research
Wendy Smith, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Center for Science, Mathematics and Computer Education; Research Professor
University of Nebraska
Collaborative Research: Teacher Leadership: Investigating the Persistence and Trajectories of Noyce Master Teaching Fellows Read more…
Capacity Building – May Lead to Development of Full Proposal
Ksenija Simic-Muller, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics & Department Chair
Pacific Lutheran University
Building Capacity to Prepare STEM Majors to Become STEM Educators Read more…
Dr. Simic-Muller received a Noyce Track 1 award in 2020.
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