Noyce Scholarship

Miami University’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program seeks to encourage talented science, engineering, and mathematics majors and professionals to become secondary mathematics and science teachers.

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Pathway 1 – Double Major Pathway for Undergraduate STEM Majors

Pathway 2 – Masters in Art of Teaching (MAT) Degree for STEM Graduates and STEM Professionals

Paid STEM Education Internships

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The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program is a collaboration between the College of Education, Health and Society, Urban Cohort Program, and The College of Arts & Science at Miami University and Cincinnati Public Schools. With the support of funds from the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the partners aim to recruit students presently majoring in engineering, the sciences, and mathematics at Miami and graduates with these degrees to become Secondary Science and Secondary Mathematics Teachers.

To find out more about teaching and teacher certification in Ohio, please visit the Ohio Department of Education.

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholarship Program (award ID 1660644) is funded by the National Science Foundation

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