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Press Release 07-148
Cultivating Math and Science Teachers for High-need School Districts

Noyce Scholarship Program aims to elevate the teaching profession while preparing teachers for success

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Teacher helps student with science experiment.

A Noyce scholar and middle-school science teacher, Enriqueta Ramirez, helps a student with an experiment.

Credit: Claremont Graduate University, Teacher Education Internship Program


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Chart showing Noyce awards and amounts

Noyce Scholarship awards made in 2007 totaled more than $9 million and went to institutions all over the country. Some of the institutions were partially funded in 2007, with additional funds to be awarded in future years, so total Noyce Scholarship awards to these institutions add up to more than $11 million.

Credit: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation


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Girls with test tubes in science lab.

Students in this middle school science lab were part of a project with Noyce scholars through Claremont Graduate University.

Credit: Claremont Graduate University, Teacher Education Internship Program


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