Table of contents
- Definition of High Need School District
- Science Noyce Phase II Scholars Program
- Application deadline for the coming Academic year will be
Friday, October 7, 2016Monday October 10, 2016. All applications must be completed by this date. To APPLY, complete the application here.
- Mathematics Noyce Phase II Scholars Program
- Scholarship Application Checklist
Noyce Scholars Programs in Mathematics and Science
The Robert Noyce Scholars program is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded (DUE 1340110) program to provide scholarships to students who are committed to teaching mathematics and science in high need school districts upon the completion of the credential program at Cal Poly. The main goal of the program is to increase the number of teachers with strong science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) content knowledge in high need school districts. The Cal Poly Noyce Scholars Program offers two scholarship options--a $10,000 scholarship for science teachers and a $12,000 scholarship for mathematics teachers.
Definition of High Need School District
Noyce Scholars commit to teach for two years at any school in a high need district for each year of scholarship funding received. "High need" is defined as a school district with at least one school with:
- a high percentage of individuals from families with incomes below the poverty line;
- a high percentage of secondary school teachers not teaching in the content area in which the teachers were trained to teach; OR
- a high teacher turnover rate.
Science Noyce Phase II Scholars Program
Current juniors or senior science and engineering majors may apply for the Science Noyce scholarship, a $10,000 scholarship provided during the 2017-18 academic year. Some students may be eligible for up to two years of funding.
2017-18 Scholarship Requirements:
- Commit to teaching science for two years in a high need K-12 school district
- Participate in monthly Noyce seminars during the 2016-17 and 2017-18 Academic Years
- Participate in the STEM Teacher As Researcher (STAR) Program or equivalent paid "teacher-researcher" opportunity prior to completion of science teaching credential
Application deadline for the coming Academic year will be
Friday, October 7, 2016 Monday October 10, 2016. All applications must be completed by this date.
To APPLY, complete the application here.
For your reference only, you may view the application requirements in the pdf attached here.
Need more information? Please email email@example.com, or contact:
- Biology, Ed Himelblau firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chemistry, Seth Bush email@example.com
- LAES/EWB, Jane Lehr firstname.lastname@example.org
- Physics, John Keller email@example.com
Mathematics Noyce Phase II Scholars Program
*Applications for the Math Noyce Scholarship are due April 11, 2016*
Current juniors or seniors may apply. Scholarships will be awarded to students entering their final undergraduate year or beginning the credential program at Cal Poly. Applications will be accepted from students with a GPA of 2.7 or higher.
Scholarship recipients will receive $12,000 per year!
The FAFSA should be submitted to the financial aid office at Cal Poly. Please submit all other materials to:
Dr. Todd A. Grundmeier
Cal Poly, Noyce Scolars Program
1 Grand Avenue
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0403
More Info Regarding Math Noyce Scholarships
Contact Todd Grundmeier
Scholarship Application Checklist
For the Noyce-Science scholarship, please complete the online application.
For the Noyce-Mathematics scholarship applications, your application must include:
- Cover Page (Mathematics)
- Undergraduate transcript
- Essay describing motivation for and commitment to teaching in a high-need school district
- Curriculum Vitae / Resume
- Three letters of recommendation
- At least one letter addressing academic performance
- At least one letter addressing potential to teach in a high-need district
- Report of CSET scores, if applicable, for 1-year mathematics scholarship applicants
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 0833353, 1340110, 0630419, and 1239827.