Published on October 9, 2017 3:15 pm MT
Updated on April 17, 2024 12:13 pm MT

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Our Noyce Scholars have a positive impact on secondary STEM students!

About Us

The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is a National Science Foundation funded program designed to recruit and prepare talented STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) students for a career in middle and high school teaching. At Colorado State University, this project is a collaborative effort among the Colleges of Natural Science, Engineering, Warner Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences and the CSU STEM Center.

Our Noyce Program at CSU has supported over 70 STEM undergrads, preparing them for careers in secondary education. We are grateful for the funding and support from NSF for our Track I grants: #1035298, 1540794, and 1950290.

Meet Our STEM Assistants

The STEM Assistants are high achieving undergraduate students representing the CSU Noyce Program by working as volunteers in local Poudre School District secondary schools. This program provides students with opportunities to explore teaching as a possible career.

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