Georgia Tech and KSU have a new Noyce Scholarship

Georgia Tech and Kennesaw State University (KSU) have a new Noyce Scholarship that is available to Tech seniors who want to become certified math teachers (grades 6-12). Tech students will graduate from Tech and then apply to and complete the 1-year Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Math at KSU. The scholarship is worth up to $20,000 ($10,000 during the senior year at Tech, and $10,000 during the MAT year at KSU).

Who can apply now? Tech seniors who are US citizens/permanent residents; have a GPA of 3.0 or higher; have taken a minimum of Calc I, II, III and one additional math course; will graduate by the end of Spring 2010 and want to enroll in the KSU MAT program in the Summer of 2010. Applications for the scholarship are due by JULY 20th. Please contact Beth Spencer ( for an application packet or for more information.

Beth Bullock Spencer, MA, M.Ed.
Director of Pre-Teaching
A. French Bldg, Rm 101-B
Georgia Institute of Technology

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