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Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship

The Georgia Southern (GS) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program provides scholarships covering the cost of attendance, with a maximum value of $37,500. These scholarships are available for students majoring in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Physics who complete dual undergraduate degrees in their content areas (B.A./B.S.) along with a B.S. Ed in Secondary Education, OR those pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, which lead to the attainment of a Georgia secondary teaching credential.

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Paid internship experiences are also available for freshman and sophomore students who have an interest in teaching secondary biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics.

Application Requirements:

The undergraduate for the GS Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is open to all junior majors in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, mathematics, or physics, or education majors interested in a dual degree. Applications are now being accepted.

The graduate GS Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is open to all second-year MAT students who have completed bachelor’s degrees in a STEM field and are not a teacher of record.

  • Noyce applicant information.
  • A short essay.
  • Current program and expected graduation date.
  • One professional recommendation speaking to your ability to teach STEM programs. Recommendations letters can be uploaded within the application, or emailed to, or completed using the form.
  • A copy of your most recent transcript (unofficial is acceptable).

Benefits Our Noyce Scholars Receive

Undergraduate Dual Degrees: One, two, or three year Scholarships available.

Graduate M.A.T Degree: Scholarships available for completing the last three semesters of the MAT program. Applicants cannot be a teacher of record.

COSM STEM Majors interested in exploring a teaching career. Single-semester opportunities available for freshman and sophomores.

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The Georgia Southern University (GS) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF Award # 2151023).

More information on the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is available on the national Robert Noyce Scholarship Program website or the National Science Foundation website

Last updated: 3/22/2024