Xavier University’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program available for Professional studies in Science, Computer science and Mathematics, Ohio, 2013
Scholarship Program: Xavier University’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: It is available for U.S. Citizen.
Employer: Xavier University’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Level of Study: The Scholarships provided for Professional Studies.
Subject(s): Scholarships available for Studies related to Science, Computer science, and Mathematics
Duration: The Scholarship runs for 5 Year.
Number of Awards: Total number of Awrds are not Specified.
Am I Eligible? This preferred candidate will be a former STEM teacher or current STEM adjunct faculty member.
What does it cover? Contact Employer For the amount covered by Scholarship.
How do I Apply? The application must be received by Email or by Post.
Scholarship Description: Xavier University’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation, is focusing on attracting community service-oriented science, computer science, and mathematics (STEM) students to careers in high school teaching. Xavier is creating opportunities, including tutoring and summer internships, for STEM majors to teach science, technology and math content to underserved, urban children. It is also enhancing Xavier’s education program by revising the required introductory education course to incorporate theories related to asset-based community development and include experiential learning such as neighborhood tours.
Application closing date: Deadline for the application is 5 October, 2012.