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Six FSU-Teach students receive Robert Noyce Scholarship

September 17, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
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Six FSU-Teach students were named Robert Noyce Scholars for 2015-2016.

The Robert E. Noyce Scholarship Program was awarded to Florida State University as a Phase II grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant entitled: Preparing and Supporting Equitable Teaching in Mathematics and Science Classrooms: The FSU-Teach Noyce Program, is a collaboration between the College of Education (Dr. Sherry Southerland, Dr. Christy Andrews-Larson), the College of Arts and Sciences (Dr. Joseph Travis. Dr. Alex Kercheval), and the College of Engineering (Dr. Chiang Shih). This collaborative effort aims to bring highly qualified STEM students into high needs classrooms through scholarships to students with strong content background who are committed to learning to teach effectively in high needs settings.

Congratulations to the following students on becoming 2015-2016 Robert Noyce Scholars:

Nancy Narvaez-Garcia: FSU-Teach- Geosciences
Natalie Concepcion: FSU-Teach- Chemical Science
Ray Jackson: FSU-Teach- Chemical Science
Jazmine Sanjuan: FSU-Teach- Chemical Science
Vandie Joseph: FSU-Teach- Biology
Jenise Russell: FSU-Teach- Mathematics

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