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Noyce Mathematics and Science Scholars The Robert Noyce Scholarship program is a collaborative program of UNI, ISU, and UI to recruit junior- and senior-level STEM majors, as well as working professionals, into the teaching pipeline. It is funded by the National Science Foundation at $899,298 over four years. This scholarship, named for the inventor of the microchip, requires that scholarship recipients teach for two years in a high-need school for each year of support. Complimentary to IMSEP's freshman-level recruitment program, Iowa-Teach Mathematics & Science, the Noyce program helps the collaborative initiative achieve the goal of producing more talented science and mathematics teachers for Iowa schools.

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Iowa-Teach * Looking for adventure? * Interested in making a meaningful impact? * Like kids? * Love math or science? * Want to explore the math or science teaching profession? If your answer is yes, then join the Iowa-Teach Mathematics and Science Seminar this semester. Iowa-Teach is a program of Iowa’s Regent universities (University of Northern Iowa, Iowa State University, and the University of Iowa), in partnership with Iowa community colleges and private colleges, to boost the number and diversity of Iowa math and science teachers. * Iowa faces a math and science teacher shortage crisis. * Most of the challenges and opportunities to thrive in the 21st century call for science and math-savvy citizens. * Iowa’s economy is increasingly reliant on math and science-skilled workers. * Today’s kids mistakenly think math and science aren’t critical to their futures. * There is no greater factor in the success of learners than their teacher.

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Contact the Dean's Office 226 Communications Arts Center

Maximum Award levels are $250.00

Deadlines =

March 31 for summer programs

April 30 for fall or academic year programs

November 30 for spring programs.