Boston University Robert Noyce Scholarship Programs
Boston University is excited to announce the Noyce Scholarship Program in Mathematics, a new initiative to prepare middle school and high school mathematics teachers. With funding from the National Science Foundation and the School of Education and in collaboration with six local school districts and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Noyce Program will train up to 13 graduate students a year to become mathematics teachers — and Noyce scholars receive 100% tuition support. The one-year program leads to a master's degree and initial teacher licensure. In exchange, Noyce Scholars must commit to teach for at least two years in a high-need district upon successful completion of the teacher certification program.
Noyce Scholars are eligible to apply to the Mathematics Teaching Scholars Program to become Teaching Fellows. Teaching fellows are teachers who:
- love mathematics
- enjoy teaching and interacting with young people
- create learning environments for students focused on mathematical understanding
- make a four-year commitment to teaching in a high needs school district
Teaching Fellows participate in monthly professional development activities and receive a yearly stipend. For further information, please contact Professor Suzanne Chapin at firstname.lastname@example.org