“…Leadership tomorrow depends on how we educate our students today-especially in science, technology, engineering and math.” — President Barack Obama, September 16, 2010
Truman Noyce Scholars Program for Secondary Mathematics and Physics Teaching*
- Become a Mathematics and Physics secondary teacher.
- Generous scholarships (up to $20,000/year) are available for undergraduate junior and senior years and one year of graduate school. (Requires commitment to teach for two years for each year of financial support.)
- Earn a Truman Bachelor’s degree with a Mathematics or Physics major or double major in both disciplines, a Truman Masters degree in Education, and dual Missouri teacher certification in both Mathematics and Physics.
- Dual certification in both secondary Mathematics and Physics is especially attractive to hiring school districts.
- Help boost U.S. competitiveness in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), and the quality of our nation’s education system.
- Truman Noyce Scholars receive special support and advising services.
- Professional support continues into the beginning years of their professional careers as teachers.
We invite you to look around our website and discover the wonderful opportunities that you could have through the Truman Noyce Scholars Program. If you have any questions, please contact our Administrative Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (660)785-4633.