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Academic Initiative


Program Overview

  • Eligibility Criteria: 1.Juniors/Seniors who are interested in K-12 STEM Teaching careers 2.U.S. Citizens or permanent residents 3.Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics or Computer Science Major 4.Must have at least a 2.8 GPA 5.Letters of recommendation from (2) mentors (Recommendation Form) 6.Completed Application (NOYCE Scholarship) Program Description The NOYCE STEM Teacher Initiative is a two year program which provides scholarships and academic training for students pursuing a major in STEM. Scholars engage in research opportunities, attend regional conferences and participate in leadership training. The NOYCE STEM Teacher Initiative currently provides scholarships for each scholar. During their junior and senior year of college, these young men enroll in both a STEM major and in the teacher preparation program. Scholars are required to pass the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Education (GACE) to obtain teacher certification upon graduating. These scholars will continue on to become fully certified classroom teachers and Science and Mathematics curriculum specialists at the state and Nationwidelevels. Hands on Activities Students have the opportunity to reinforce and expand upon topics in a state of the art instructional laboratory with a wide collection of modern equipment and devices used by teachers to deliver high quality instruction that supports the students’ learning. Students also participate in extracurricular programming whereby they meet with faculty and master teachers twice a week for two hours each meeting. A component of this extracurricular programming includes collaborative learning-based research exercises on experimental design, research ethics, and working with research models that can be adapted to the K-12 environment. Students visit various active research and engineering laboratories both on the campus of Morehouse College and surrounding Atlanta area. https://www.morehouse.edu/phsi/noyce.html


Program Contact


  • Southeast
  • 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314, USA

Type Of Program


  • Collegiate


  • STEM


Research, Roles & Responsibilities

Identity & Inclusion

Diversity Groups (Social Identity)

  • First-Generation

  • Socioeconomic Status (E.G. Low-Income)

Race/Ethnic Minority Group

  • African American/Black

  • European American/White

  • Hispanic/Latino

  • Native American

  • Pacific Islander



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