The Fordham University Graduate School of Education is pleased to announce the NEW NSF Robert Noyce Mathematics Teacher Preparation Scholarship Program! This unique Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) program is available to prospective students interested in initial teacher certification in Adolescence (Grades 7-12) Mathematics.
Combining program coursework and field-based teaching experiences, along with collaborative lesson planning through a partnership between GSE, the Fordham Mathematics Department, and New York City public schools (including schools within GSE’s Partnership Support Organization/ Children First Network), the Noyce Scholarship program provides recipients* with hands-on, dynamic experience in the high-need area of high school mathematics education.
The two-year scholarship funded** program provides the following:
- $42,000 tuition scholarship;
- New York State initial certification to teach grades 7-12 mathematics (upon successful completion of the program and the passing of all required NYS exams);
- A specialized summer teaching program;
- Observation and participation in three Lesson Studies; and
- Two years of mentoring and support with established educators.
GSE is currently accepting applications for the program beginning in Fall 2013! Please visit our website for further information and updates.
To assist prospective students and applicants in finding out more about this exceptional learning experience, the Office of Admissions will be holding several Information Sessions:
At the Fordham Lincoln Center Campus:
January 15th (1-3pm)
February 11th (5-7pm)
January 30th (7:30-8:30pm)
February 12th (5-6pm)
In order to participate in the conversation at either online session, call 1-866-398-2885 and enter passcode 755251.
These sessions will provide opportunities for prospective students to ask academic, admissions and financial aid questions, as well as to “meet” faculty from the Noyce Teacher Scholarship program and key administrators. Please RSVP to Linda Horisk (Assistant Dean of Admissions) at email@example.com and indicate which session you will attend.
*U.S. citizens, national or permanent residents with mathematics coursework in a STEM-related major and a 3.0 minimum undergraduate G.P.A. only may apply.
** Scholarship recipients are required to provide a written commitment to four years of teaching in high-need schools following completion of the program, as well as participate in two post-graduation one-day Lesson Studies, in the Summer Internship Program, and in post-graduation new teacher support programs and evaluations.