Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

About Miami

Miami University, established in 1809, is a public university located in Oxford, Ohio. With a student body of nearly 19,000, Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions.

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

Pathway Options

Pathway 1 is for undergraduate STEM majors who commit to becoming a Noyce Scholar during their freshman or sophomore year and pursue a double major in a STEM content discipline and in secondary (Grade 7-12) science or mathematics education.

Pathway 2 is for STEM professionals and recent STEM graduates to pursue a master’s degree (MAT) in secondary (Grade 7-12) science or mathematics education.

Noyce Scholars in the News

2019 Noyce Scholars Welcome Reception

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Welcome to the 2019-2020 Noyce Scholars – Caitlin Leach (integrated science education and biology) and Anna Page (Life Science/Chemistry Education and Chemistry double major)!

2019 Noyce Scholars Welcome Reception

First Noyce Scholar Presents at the 2019 Noyce Summit in D.C.

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First Noyce Scholar presented a poster at the 2019 Noyce Summit in Washington, DC. Cassie Campbell, the first recipient of the prestigious Miami University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship, made a poster presentation at the 2019 Noyce Summit in Washington, DC.

First Noyce Scholar Presents at the 2019 Noyce Summit in D.C.

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