Duke University Math and Science Fellowship

Math and Science Majors:

Have you considered teaching math or science after graduating?

Duke University’s Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program is soliciting applications for the Duke Robert Noyce Fellowship, a National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellowship that provides at least $30,000 of tuition support to science and math majors to become high school science and math teachers. Highly-competitive candidates with an interest in teaching in Durham, North Carolina are awarded full-tuition remission. Recipients of the Duke Noyce Fellowship are also provided an $8,000 living stipend during the program, and at least $800 of travel awards to attend regional and national conferences in math or science education.

Duke University’s MAT Program

  • Rooted in community-based learning with a strong partnership in Durham Public Schools
  • Opportunity to take graduate classes in your content area with world-renowned scholars
  • Mentorship from Graduate School faculty who help you turn educational theory into practice
  • Collaborate with a cohort of thoughtful and motivated students who share your enthusiasm for education

EACH STUDENT RECEIVES AN iPAD FOR THE CLASSROOM

Duke Master of Arts in Teaching: https://educationprogram.duke.edu/graduate

Master of Environmental Management (MEM) & Master of Arts in Teaching: https://educationprogram.duke.edu/graduate/MEM-MAT

Apply for the Noyce Fellowship

We are pleased to announce that our online fellowship application is now live! You can access the applications, requirements, and instructions on our website. Application deadline is January 30, 2016.

Connect with Duke Noyce Fellows

We will host a series of on-campus and off-campus recruitment events this fall. Online events include:

Dialogue with the Director
Featuring MAT Director, Dr. Kate Allman
Tuesday, December 1st
1-2 PM EST
Please RSVP to mat-program@duke.edu

Duke MAT in the Subject Areas
Featuring subject area faculty (each subject area will have their own Google Hangout)
Wednesday, December 2nd
4-5 PM EST
Please RSVP to mat-program@duke.edu

Please take a moment to share your contact information with us. We’ll follow up with you!

Sincerely,

Kate R. Allman, Ph.D.
Director, Master of Arts in Teaching Program
Duke University
P: 919.613.5516
kate.allman@duke.edu

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