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Noyce Scholars Learn Classroom Survival Skills

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A high school biology class in California's Central Valley where Noyce Scholars assist teachers in high-need schools to learn teaching survival skills.

Credit: CSU, Fresno Science and Mathematics Education Center


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Photo of a NSF-funded Noyce Scholar.

A Noyce Scholar conducts research at a U.S. Department of Energy Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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