University of Vermont

National Science Foundation: The Robert Noyce Scholarship for Science Teachers

Application

In order to be considered for a Robert Noyce Scholarship you will need to complete the following by April 15th, 2013:

For Graduate Students applying to the MAT Program:

• Complete the Robert Noyce Scholarship application form. (Download here)
• Write a personal statement that addresses the following:

1. Describe your personal characteristics that contribute to your academic success in science.
2. Please describe your goals as a science teacher in schools.
3. How will your personal attributes make a positive impact in schools?
4. Describe how your current financial situation would benefit from this scholarship.

• Mail personal statement and application form to the following address:

University of Vermont
College of Education and Social Services
85 South Prospect Street
Margie Dunki-Jacobs
411 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405-0160

For Undergraduates at the University of Vermont:

• Complete the application form. (Download here)
• Write a personal statement that addresses the following:

1. Describe your personal characteristics that contribute to your academic success.
2. Please describe your goals as a professional in schools.
3. How will your personal attributes make a positive impact in schools?
4. Describe how your current financial situation would benefit from this scholarship.
• Obtain three letters of recommendation including 2 letters from science professors.
• Request Academic Transcripts.
• Mail personal statement, application form, letters and transcripts to the following address:

University of Vermont
College of Education and Social Services
85 South Prospect Street
Margie Dunki-Jacobs
411 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405-0160

If you have any questions please contact Regina Toolin, Program Director at Rtoolin@uvm.edu.

 

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