National Science Foundation
Robert Noyce Scholarship

available for those pursuing teacher certification
in mathematics & science

Awards:
Undergraduate: $20,000 for teacher preparation
Graduate: $10,000 for last year of teacher preparation

 

Scholarship recipients must:

  • commit to teach in a high-needs school for two years upon certification
  • be a full-time student in mathematics or a science discipline at Stony Brook University
  • have an outstanding academic record – minimum 3.0 GPA
  • be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Application requirements:

  • two essays
  • letters of recommendation
  • transcripts
  • interview of applicants

National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Scholarship Application

Center for Science and Mathematics Education

094 Life Sciences Building
Telephone: 631-632-9750
E-mail: cesame@stonybrook.edu


 

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DEADLINES

June 1: Deadline extended for application for Ph.D. in Science Education Program

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Three Graduate Science Courses for teachers offered in Summer 2015

*NEW* High School Applied Math Program - Fall and/or Spring semesters  

April 17: Geology Open Night - "Why where the atoms are, and why that matters" (Dr. John Parise)

April 24: Living World Open Night - SBU Earthstock Week Plenary Lecture: "Caught in the same net: The ocean and us"

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