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Langston University's Robert Noyce program is in its 3rd year of a 5-year program. It has 16 STEM Teacher Candidates in its program, which puts it on target to reach its goal of 24 new STEM teachers by the end of the program.

 

Each year, the Noyce program's Director, Dr. John Coleman, presents a program update at the Annual Noyce Conference in Washington, DC. Below is a program status table from LU's 2017 Poster Presentation.

 

 

The LU Noyce Team:

Principal Investigator (PI): Dr. John K. Coleman. Co-PIs: Dr. Marsha Herron, Dr. Yvonne Montgomery, Dr. Franklin Fondjo, Dr. Alonzo Petersen. Program Coordinator: Dr. Lila K. Peal

 

 

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