With funding from the National Science Foundation, Boise State University is pleased to sponsor the Noyce Induction program for the 2016-17 academic year. This program is designed to support graduates from Boise State’s IDoTeach program who are currently teaching in a secondary STEM discipline in Idaho. The mission of the Noyce Induction Support program is to provide support to secondary STEM educators who wish to pursue additional endorsements and/or graduate studies in a STEM education focus program. Support for the program is provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation, and the program is administered by the College of Education with support from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering on campus.
The scholarship includes a stipend of $1,000 per semester with a maximum of $3,000 per year. This will be used toward tuition and other eligible student fees and expenses.
Requirements for eligibility:
- Be a graduate of Boise State University’s IDoTeach program
- Currently working as a secondary STEM educator in an Idaho school district
- Be making progress towards an additional STEM endorsement or a STEM education certification or graduate degree program
- Have been admitted into a STEM education focused graduate or certificate program
The scholarship holds a requirement of currently teaching in a formal secondary STEM education setting. The scholarship may be renewable if good academic progress continues to be made.
For questions about this scholarship program, please call the Induction Support Coordinator:
Boise State University