May 5, 2021 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
The NSF Division of Undergraduate Education in collaboration with AAAS offered a 90-minute webinar about preparing proposals for the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program. This webinar focused on Tracks 1 (Scholarships and Stipends), 2 (Teaching Fellowships), and 3 (Master Teaching Fellowships) and Capacity Building (proposers intend to develop a future Track 1-3 proposal). The webinar was delivered by NSF Program Directors.
Who May Submit Proposals?
For proposals centered on Tracks 1-3 and Capacity Building: Applicants can include universities and 2- or 4-year colleges (including community colleges, tribal colleges and other minority-serving institutions) accredited in, and having a campus located in the United States, or U.S. nonprofit entities that have established consortia among such institutions of higher education.
Who May Serve as PI?
The PI/co-PI team must include at least one faculty member from a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics department in an institution of higher education and at least one education faculty member in an institution of higher education.
The submission date for all proposals for the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is August 31, 2021.
View the NSF Noyce Program solicitation.
The on-demand version of the webinar is now available.
Peruse the presentation slides.
Overview of Noyce Project Tracks Covered
Sandra Richardson, Ph.D. – Program Director, National Science Foundation -
Dr. Richardson is the Program Lead for the Noyce Program. Prior to her permanent assignment at NSF, she served as an Associate Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics Education at Virginia State University. Her research is in developing pedagogical content knowledge for pre-service teachers and effective means of diversifying the STEM teacher pipeline. She brings her expertise in teacher professional development and broadening participation efforts to the Noyce Program. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom Kim, Ph.D. – Program Director, National Science Foundation -
Dr. Thomas D. Kim is from St. John Fisher College where he is a Professor of Chemistry and served as Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences. His research focuses on Chemistry Education Research, specifically the examination of the expert-novice divide as it pertains to the use and perception of external representations. He served as a program director for the Noyce program during a previous term as a rotator in the Division of Undergraduate Education. Contact him at email@example.com.