Science and math educators are in critical need across the country and in high demand in New York State.
Scholarship opportunities are available for
- Undergraduate SUNY Cortland science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and economics majors:
- Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, and Economics majors
- Undergraduate SUNY Cortland Adolescence Education majors:
- Adolescence Education Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics majors
- Transfer STEM or Economics majors
Eligibility and requirements
- Full-time (12 UG credits/semester)
- College junior or senior in standing
- Declared major in STEM or Adolescence Education Math or Science
- Minimum overall GPA of 2.85
- US citizen, national, or permanent resident alien
- Recipients are expected to teach in a qualified K-12 school for two years for every year of support received
Applications for the 2013/2014 scholarship are now available:
Did you know? The average GPA of SUNY Cortland Noyce Scholars is 3.7
Noyce Community: When you become a Noyce Scholar, you become part of a larger community of the best and brightest science and math educators around the country. The Noyce Scholarship has helped produce over 1,400 science and math teachers since 2002.
Mentor Program: Noyce Scholars are paired with mentors in their discipline to support them in their first years of teaching.
Special Funding: Noyce Scholars can apply for funds to attend regional conferences and/or to join professional societies.
Noyce Facebook: Noyce Scholars are invited to join the Noyce networking site on Facebook. Opportunities for Noyce Scholars (e.g., paid summer research experiences) and general educator discussions are posted.
Graduation Stoles: Noyce Scholars will receive special recognition Noyce graduation stoles to wear during graduation ceremonies.
Noyce Reception: A reception will be held in honor of current Noyce Scholars. Family members and significant others are invited to attend.