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2010/2011 Noyce Scholars: Back Left to Right: Alaina Repetto, Kate Boyce, Carolyn Furlong, Robert Emery, Joseph Grace, Jason Miedema, Danielle Tutino, Marge Murphy, Sean Nolan. Front Left to Right: Morgan Barnett, Tonya Wilson, Margie Pulver, Amy Sundheim, Karalyn Schoepfer, Gauri Kolhatkar, Morgan Nuesell. Not in photo: Jennifer Traxel.
2011/2012 Noyce Scholars. Left to Right: Jessica Crysler, Dustin Taylor, Dominick Fantacone, Sarah Smith, Jason Miedema, Michael Terry, Marge Murphy, Carolyn Furlong, Emily Hand, Katie Barbagallo, Tonya Wilson, Morgan Barnett. Not in photo: Shannon Potaczala.
One teacher can make a huge difference in a person’s life.
Christopher Donohue, MAT Math and Noyce Scholar, tells why he wishes to become a teacher at a high-need school. Following remarks from President Bitterbaum, Chris gave the keynote speech at the 1st Noyce Scholars Reception in April, 2010.
My passion is for students to use math in their daily lives to become responsible adults.
Jason Miedema, Adolescence Education Math major, gave the keynote speech at the 3rd Annual Noyce Scholars Reception in April, 2012.