"Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied." - Robert Noyce
The National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce scholarship is for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) undergraduate majors interested in pursuing a teaching career. This scholarship is administered by the CSU School of Teacher Education and Principal Preparation (STEPP) and the Colleges of Engineering and Natural Sciences.
To recruit and train talented STEM students for a career in teaching in a qualifying high-need school.
Recipients will receive a conditional $10,000 award per year for up to two years.
For Scholarship Information Contact:
Andrea Weinberg, Ph.D., Advisor
230 Education Building
Primary funding from the College of Natural Sciences.
Additional funding from
the Bohemian Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the National Park Service,
the Colorado State
Science Fair, Inc., as well as private donors.
B307 Natural & Environmental Sciences
1231 East Drive
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1802
p: (970) 491-1700
f: (970) 491-2005