Mission

Our mission is to empower the next generation of STEM educators, equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to inspire future innovators. Whether you are an undergraduate student eager to explore the world of teaching or a graduate student seeking a transformative opportunity to become a STEM educator, our programs provide the support and guidance you need to excel in your journey.
Our Robert Noyce Developing STEM Teachers Across Rural Schools (STARS) Grant and NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program offer a unique combination of financial support, mentorship, and educational opportunities to help you achieve your goals in STEM education. Join us on this exciting adventure, and together, we will shape the future of STEM teaching and learning.

Meet Our Team:

Meredith Anderson Assistant Professor

Meredith Anderson
mganderson@adams.edu
Professor of Mathematics
School of Science, Math and Technology

Paul Clark

Paul Clark
pclark@adams.edu
Program Coordinator
NSF Robert Noyce STARS Grant | NSF Robert Noyce STARS Grant
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Q: Who is eligible to apply for the Robert Noyce Developing STARS Grant and NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship?

A: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship is available to both undergraduate students pursuing STEM degrees and graduate students in STEM disciplines looking to start a career in STEM education who meet the eligibility requirements.

Q: What are the eligibility requirements?

A: Eligibility requirements can be found on the Eligibility Requirements page.

Q: What are the benefits of this scholarship opportunity?

A: Both programs provide financial support, mentorship, and opportunities for professional development. Both graduate and undergraduate students may receive full cost of attendance scholarships. Additionally, participants will have access to resources, workshops, and networking opportunities to enhance their STEM teaching skills.

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