Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship
Noyce Application Now Open! Priority Deadline March 1st, 2022
To apply for Fall 2022 scholarship funding please visit: https://utahscience.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3l0AiRHRhamcD7U
The University of Utah is honored to offer the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program to talented undergraduates who want to become science teachers in K-12 schools. The program is funded through a generous grant from the National Science Foundation and consists of over 150 sites at colleges and universities across the nation. Noyce Scholars receive $10,000 per year for up to three years to support upper-division, licensure, and master’s level coursework. Scholars are part of a cohort that participates in monthly professional development, mentoring, formal and informal teaching opportunities and other activities to support them as they progress through college and the early years of teaching. Scholarship recipients are required to complete two years of teaching in a high-need school district for each year of support.
Eligibility requirements for the Noyce Scholars program includes:
60 completed university credit hours
3.2 minimum university GPA
Admittance to the BS/MEd in Secondary Level Science Teaching program
Background check for applicants 18 and over
Two letters of recommendation
- One letter from a university STEM instructor addressing your abilities, aptitude and potential to master scientific content.
- One letter from someone that can speak to your abilities, aptitude or potential in a professional setting.
Statement of purpose (750 word maximum). Please address the following in your statement:
- Why you are interested in teaching and any formal or informal educational experiences you have had that have influenced your career path.
- Qualities, skills and/or experiences that make you a strong candidate for the program.
- A reflection on your experiences related to equity and social justice in educational settings. How might teachers help students overcome barriers of social and economic class, racism, language differences, and other aspects that might limit opportunities?
- A reflection on your first two years as a college student. How did your own instructors impact your desire to become a teacher?
In order to receive the NOYCE scholarship students must also be accepted in the BS/MEd program. If you have already been accepted to the BS/MEd program please submit most recent transcripts and statement of purpose to email@example.com. Please title your subject: NOYCE scholarship materials. Please also send the link to the recommendation form below to your letter of recommendation providers.
To fill out an application visit: https://utahscience.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3l0AiRHRhamcD7U
Priority Deadline: March 1st, 2022
People & Partners
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Resources & Presentations
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Calendar & Events
Please join us for a monthly teaching seminar on Jan 28th, February 25th, March 25th, and April 22nd from 1pm-2:30 in SEAC 2151. To learn more and RSVP please visit our calendar page: https://csme.utah.edu/noyce/calendar/