Noyce II Scholarship/Stipend

The VCU Noyce Phase II Scholarship/Stipend, a National Science Foundation program, provides scholarship funds of up to $24,000 for talented science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors to become teachers in high need school districts. Application materials can be accessed at the School of Education website.

Please note: The Noyce Scholarship uses a different application process than most School of Education scholarships. To apply to be a Noyce Scholar, please apply by using the online application.

Deadline for 2017 applications is Feb. 25.

For more information about the program, please visit the Noyce Scholarship page on the School of Education website, or contact Christine Trinter at ctrinter@vcu.edu (for those interested in teaching mathematics), or Jacqueline McDonnough at jtmcdonnough@vcu.edu for those interested in teaching science.

Available for:

Graduate students

Criteria

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Enrolled in (or plan to enroll in) the M.T. program, with a secondary education concentration
  • Passing score on the content area Praxis II
  • Commited to teaching science of mathematics in a high-need school district for at least two years
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