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Noyce Scholarship


FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Boise State University is pleased to sponsor the Noyce Scholarship program during the 2019-2020 academic year. This program is designed to support undergraduate students who are majoring in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) discipline, with plans to become a STEM educator in grades 6-12 after graduation from Boise State.

This program will provide up to $5,000 per semester toward tuition at Boise State University for qualified juniors and seniors who are selected for the scholarship program. Scholarship recipients must commit to teaching in high-needs 6-12 schools following graduation, with a requirement of teaching for one year for each $5,000 of tuition support received. Recipients will have eight years to fulfill the teaching requirement.

Requirements for eligibility:

  • Be a junior or senior undergraduate student at Boise State University
  • Be making progress towards a STEM education degree (Degree plans for your advisor to sign can be found HERE)
  • Have been admitted into the IDoTeach or Secondary Education program by Fall 2019
  • Have a minimum degree-box GPA of 3.0

Considerations for applicant selection include:

  • Performance in field placements
  • Commitment to teaching in a rural area
  • Transcript
  • Record of service and engagement with the broader STEM community
  • Participation in a summer STEM internship program
  • Application essay

For questions about this scholarship program, please call the program director:

Jan Smith, Ed.D.
IDoTeach Program
Boise State University
(208) 949-4877

Noyce Induction Support

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Boise State University is pleased to sponsor the Noyce Induction program for the 2018-20 academic years. This program is designed to support graduates from Boise State’s IDoTeach program who are currently teaching in a secondary STEM discipline. The mission of the Noyce Induction Support program is to provide support to secondary STEM educators who are early in their teaching careers. Support for the program is provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation, and is administered by the College of Education.

The support includes a stipend of $500 and one professional development credit for enrollment and participation in the IDoTeach Induction Support course.

The following are requirements for eligibility:

  • Be a graduate of Boise State University’s IDoTeach program
  • Currently working as a secondary STEM educator

For additional information, please email the Induction Support coordinator: 

Tatia Totorica, EdD
Boise State University
(208) 867-6736