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Building STEM Equity and Excellence

Are You a STEM Major Interested in Teaching?

 

  • Are you a STEM major who may be interested in teaching middle or high school?
  • Are you a community college student who likes math and/or science and looking to transfer to a four-year school?
  • Do you want to be part of a supportive community?
  • Do you want a fun and rewarding career that lets you give back to the community?
  • Do you want to find out about a scholarship at MSU Denver that is worth up to $34,000?

Thanks to the five-year Noyce Scholarship and Stipends Grant (NSF 1660506) from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Roadrunners are eligible to apply for the Robert Noyce U-R STEM Scholarship.  In addition to Noyce funding, scholars will also have the opportunity to participate in:

  • Educator support and development programs 
  • Individualized support from a Student Success Professional
  • Mentorship and advising from supportive faculty
  • Travel to conferences and research opportunities 
  • Postgraduate support by faculty/staff while beginning your teaching profession 

 

The Noyce U-R STEM community is aligned with and committed to the School of Education’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement:

The MSU Denver School of Education (SOE) actively promotes justice through diversity, equity, and inclusion as critically important to its success. A major strength of our community is its ongoing commitment to recruit, support, and educate students, staff, and faculty from different backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives.

We acknowledge the present and historical systems of oppression and marginalization that permeate all levels of society and believe these structures of power and privilege need to be deeply understood by all members of our SOE community. We are committed to actively dismantling these systems and barriers within our SOE. We seek to create an environment that invites honest and respectful dialogue, treats community members with dignity and respect, and manage tensions and differing viewpoints with thoughtful engagement, conversation, and inquiry.

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