Gregory Phelan, Chemistry Department, Mary Gfeller, Mathematics Department, Noyce Project Coordinator Kerri Freese and MsEd chemistry student Jennifer Traxel attended the 5th Annual NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference July 7-9 in Washington, D.C. The invitation-only conference included plenary speakers and panel sessions; concurrent workshop sessions, including sessions for Noyce Scholars and new teachers; and poster sessions. Gfeller and Freese presented a poster on SUNY Cortland’s Noyce Project. In the past year SUNY Cortland has received one of the top number of Noyce Scholarship applications, in large part due to the active interest and engagement of campus faculty and leaders to produce the best and brightest science and math teachers. The conference provided an opportunity for NSF Noyce Program awardees to learn from and share strategies with each other, as well as with AAAS K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) leaders and national experts in recruiting, preparing and retaining new K-12 STEM teachers.