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Noyce Math & Science Teaching Scholarship


The CSUSB Noyce Math & Science Teaching Scholarship program provides prospective science and mathematics teachers an enriched teacher preparation experience working directly with exemplary teachers in the San Bernardino City Unified School District while completing a science or mathematics degree and/or earning a teaching credential at CSUSB.

Noyce Teaching Scholars

  • Receive up to $10,000 per year ($5,000 per semester) while earning a science or mathematics degree leading to a single-subject teaching credential.
  • Participate in classroom observations and supervised teaching in the San Bernardino City Unified School District while supported by a master K-12 mentor teacher and district staff.
  • Participate in monthly seminars with other Scholars and experienced teachers that are aimed at building a professional community of teaching practice.
  • Are supported by a team of CSUSB science, mathematics, and education faculty advisors, SBCUSD teachers and district personnel.
  • Are eligible for priority registration in order to ensure scheduling conflicts between coursework and classroom observations/supervised teaching is minimized.
  • Must work as a teacher in SBCUSD for two years (within eight years of graduating) for each year of funding. 

Eligibility and Selection Criteria

  1. Minimum 3.0 overall GPA and 3.0 GPA in major
  2. Full time enrollment (12 units) in a program of courses appropriate for the major
  3. At most 90 units to graduation in one of the following, declared, majors: mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry, or geology
  4. Interest in teaching as a career
  5. Potential to do well in a diverse public school setting
  6. Must be eligible for employment in SBCUSD after graduation

Application Deadline: May 20th, 2022

Noyce Application Form

Other Noyce Forms

For more information, please contact
  Name Department Email Phone
General information: Jeremy Aikin Dept. of Mathematics 909-537-5375
Academic advising in your major: Sara Callori Dept. of Physics 909-537-5317
  Cory Johnson Dept. of Mathematics 909-537-5423
Academic advising in your credential:  Xinying Yin Teacher Education & Foundation 909-537-5696
  Joseph Jesunathadas Teacher Education & Foundation 909-537-5683
Classroom experiences and mentoring: Lela Spears-Harper Program Specialist/BTSA  
  Dalton Marsh Dept. of Mathematics