STEM Digital Village Supports Noyce

 

 

Langston University's Robert Noyce STEM Teacher Scholarship Program Grant

 

Recruiting, Developing, and Retaining Tomorrow’s Outstanding STEM Teachers for Oklahoma

 

 

BACKGROUND: 

 

During Fall 2014, Langston University (LU) was awarded a 5-year Phase I NSF Noyce STEM Teacher Scholarship  grant aimed at increasing the numbers of qualified  STEM teachers who will teach in high need school districts. LU collaborated with a local Community College, Oklahoma City Community College, in an effort to provide a pipeline from Junior College to a 4-year institution as a recruiting resource for STEM teachers. Read more at   Noyce Program Background

 

OVERVIEW:

 

During the term of LU's Noyce STEM Teacher Scholarship program (2014-2019) there have been 25 participants, all of whom are STEM majors.   Seven are currently teaching science at the secondary education level, some have completed their Academic course curriculum and are in the process of obtaining teacher certification, and the remainder are still pursuing a B.S. degree at LU. Only one officially dropped out of the program.

 

 

At the very beginning of the program, there were several senior STEM majors who decided to accept entry to advanced degree programs rather than become teachers. They are positioned to receive a PhD degree within the next year.

 

We couldn't be more proud of the students who have completed, or are in the process of completing, this program.  Their knowledge and skill are already being recognized in classrooms throughout Oklahoma. Our LU team remains in contact with our program graduates, and will continue to support their development as they strive to achieve Master STEM teacher status.

 

 Rashid Troupe, Noyce STEM Teacher Scholarship graduate, now an Oklahoma Secondary STEM Teacher

 

  


 

 

HOW TO APPLY:

Click on the links below for information on Program Eligibility, to download an Application, or to obtain a copy of  a Noyce program flyer and brochure.

 

Online Application

 

Application

 

Program Flyer

 

Program Brochure

 

 

For additional information, contact the Noyce Program Coordinator, Dr. Lila K. Peal: Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Phone 405-466-3566.

 

 

NOYCE PROGRAM RESULTS 2018-2019 -   Click Noyce Program 2019 Update to read more.


 

NOYCE PROGRAM  RESULTS 2017-2018 -  Click Noyce Program 2018 Update to read more.


 

 

NOYCE PROGRAM RESULTS 2016-2017

 

Click Noyce Program 2017 Update to read about 2017 results.