The WSU Noyce Scholarship Program seeks individuals with a desire and passion to re-envision the mathematics classroom as a place that enables all young people to see themselves as mathematical thinkers and doers and empowers them to use mathematics to confront inequities and solve community-centered problems.
Become a Noyce Scholar
For those who have a desire and passion to re-envision the mathematics classroom as a place that enables all young people to see themselves as mathematical thinkers and doers.
Examining the numbers
Did you know that teachers in the United States rate their lives better than all other occupation groups (trailing only physicians)? Here’s some other neat info.
Meet the team
Here’s the team at Washington State University, crossing two colleges, that was awarded this $1.12 million NSF grant and are working tirelessly toward its ultimate success.
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In the News…
“High school math teachers can have a tremendous impact on how students learn to think and reason quantitatively, and that includes matters of civics, social justice, and fairness. One can use a career in teaching high school math to explore these ideas further and serve their community at the same time.”
“There’s definitely an issue with not having role models in the classrooms. But also on a deeper level, as we all know, that diversity in backgrounds and experiences and ways of thinking just enriches every educational environment.”