Noyce Scholars Program

MSUB's Noyce Scholars Program (NSP)

Noyce Scholarships at MSUB are generous annual and renewable awards of $17,300. They will be awarded to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students who are both qualified to enter MSUB's Teacher Education program and interested in a career teaching in Montana.

Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply as long as they are qualified to enter the Teacher Education program in the Fall of 2014. Typically, undergraduate students with four semesters of general studies and STEM credits will find themselves qualified, and those who have earned a STEM degree are qualified to enter the Teacher Education program as a graduate student. Specific information about eligibility can be gathered at MSUB's undergraduate advising site and graduate advising site.

Noyce scholars

For each year that the scholarship is awarded to a NSP Scholar, that scholar will reciprocate by serving for at least two years in a high-needs school in Montana. Placement in schools will be arranged and monitored by the NSP staff. The scholar teachers in their new schools will be supported through on-site mentoring and NSP networking. If this reciprocal placement is not or cannot be met, NSP Scholar awards must be repaid.

Application for the scholarship award is open now and will remain open until the available scholarships are awarded. The awarding process will begin in the Spring of 2014.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DUE-1339919.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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