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Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

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  Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at Delaware State University Are you looking for an exciting career where your contributions will make a difference?  Consider the challenging world of teaching and change the lives of students as a highly qualified teacher. Junior STEM majors are invited to apply for the 3-year Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation.  Noyce Scholarships are intended for students who plan to pursue a K-12 mathematics or science teaching career and are enthusiastic about teaching in a high-need school district. These scholarships will provide generous support ($10,000 - $20,000 per year) for the Noyce Scholars while they complete their bachelor’s degree and their teacher certification requirements in the MAT program. Noyce Scholars will also receive additional support and are eligible for a $2,500 stipend during their first year of teaching. There are two scholarship options: Juniors can apply to participate in a three-year program; Seniors can apply to participate in a two-year program. Qualifications Juniors or Seniors majoring in Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer & Information Sciences, Mathematics, or Physics only; At least a 3.0 GPA; and Be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or have permanent resident status. Application Process Complete application Letters of recommendation by at least two faculty members Unofficial Transcripts Essay about interest and experience in STEM and teaching Qualified scholarship finalists will be granted an interview for the program. Preference given to applicants who have experience in STEM research.   Download the Noyce Scholarship Program Application here. Download the Noyce Scholarship Brochure here.   Program Requirements Remain a STEM major until graduation; Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; Participate in a summer research internship at the end of junior year; Participate in mentored teaching experience in a K-12 school during senior year; Participate in the Noyce Scholarship Program meetings and events including Saturday Round Tables; Attend at least one regional or national education conference; Enroll in and successfully complete the MAT program; and Enroll in and successfully complete the EDUC 502, First Year Teaching Seminar (3-credits). Complete 2 years of teaching in a high-need school district for each year of NSF-funded financial support.   If a student fails to meet the requirements for maintaining his/her scholarship, including enrolling in and completing the MAT program, and completing teaching obligation, the scholar will be required to repay all of the scholarship funds already awarded.  
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Application Deadline 

February 7, 2014

 

For more information, contact

Brenda Howard Hopkins, MPA
Program Coordinator
bhopkins@desu.edu
302- 857-6959
EH  - room 248

Executive Committee

Dr. Rayton Sianjina, Education Department, Chair (PI)

Dr. Nicola Edwards-Omolewa, Department of Mathematical Sciences (co-PI).

Dr. Sabrina McGary, Department of Biology (co-PI)

Dr. Tomasz Smolinski, Department of Computer & Information Science (co-PI)

Dr. Cherese Winstead, Department of Chemistry (co-PI)

Dr. Pablo Ulises Suarez Joya

Pablo Suarez

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Delaware State University Dover, DE 19901
Tel: (302) 857-7583 E-mail: psuarez@desu.edu

Education

PhD 2009, Mathematics, Renselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY

Delaware INBRE Pilot Project Workshop 2013

Is your research focus any of the following?

  • Cardiovascular

  • Neuroscience

  • Cancer 

Dr. Aristides Marcano Olaizola

Aristides Marcano Olaizola (PhD)

Research Associate Professor

Chair

Department of Physics and Engineering

Delaware State University

Tel: 302 857 6690

amarcano@desu.edu

 

Education

Master of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics (With Honors), Moscow State University, M.V. Lomonosov, Moscow, Russia (1977).

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Physics and Mathematical Sciences, Moscow State University, M.V. Lomonosov, Moscow, Russia (1980).

CMNST Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Events in the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology...     To add items to the calendar, please forward details and fliers to cmnstadmin@desu.edu.   Back to Home Page
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  1. Check online calendar for availability.
  2. Request space reservation via Events manager portal.
  3. Email Dean’s Office with event information (Date, Topic, Speaker, Contact person): cmnstadmin@desu.edu
To publicize your event to the entire DSU community:
  1. Send email with event details and flier to cmnstadmin@desu.edu by Wednesday for inclusion in calendar updates, circulated on Fridays.
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Events will be reviewed for possible conflicts and placed on the calendar on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please plan ahead to ensure timely dissemination of your event information.

Dr. Thomas A. Planchon

Dr. Thomas A. Planchon

Associate Professor
Department of Physics and Engineering
Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR)
Delaware State University
Dover, DE, 19901

Tel: 302 857 6526
tplanchon@desu.edu
taplanchon@mailaps.org
 


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Engineering Program

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  Engineering Program   The Engineering Program at Delaware State University offers students the opportunity to complete the first two years of an engineering curriculum and then transfer to other institutions to complete an engineering degree. Most engineering colleges require two years of pre-engineering preparation for admission to the engineering program. This is not an automatic transfer; students must apply for admission.   The Engineering Program offers three (3) tracks:   Electrical Engineering (Link to curriculum)                  Mechanical Engineering (Link to curriculum) Civil Engineering (Link to curriculum)   Curriculum for Engineering Program/Electrical Engineering Track               Freshman Fall Semester     Freshman Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 01-101 English Composition I 3 01-102 English Composition II 3 25-251 Calculus I 4 25-252 Calculus II 4 26-201 General Physics I 4 26-202 General Physics II 4 50-210 Intro to Combinational Logic 2 16-100 Lifetime and Fitness Wellness 2 26-191 University Seminar I 1 50-211 Intro to Sequential Circuits 2 35-xxx Programming for Engineers 3 26-192 University Seminar II 1       xx-xxx Gen Educ Prog Elective 3     17     19   Sophomore Fall Semester     Sophomore Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 25-253 Calculus III 4 25-351 Differential Equations 3 50-205 Linear Circuit Theory I 4 25-313 Linear Algebra 3 50-220 Microprocessor Based Systems I 2 35-263 Data Structures 3 40-202 Intro to Microeconomics 3 50-309 Electronic Circuit Analysis 4 24-101 Gen & Elem Anal Chemistry I 4 50-221 Microprocessor Based Systems II 2       xx-xxx General Education Elective 3     17     18     Back to top ^ Curriculum for Engineering Program/Mechanical Engineering Track                 Freshman Fall Semester     Freshman Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 01-101 English Composition I 3 01-102 English Composition II 3 25-251 Calculus I 4 25-252 Calculus II 4 26-201 General Physics I 4 26-202 General Physics II 4 xx-xxx General Education Elective 3 50-132 Engineering Graphics & Analysis 2 26-191 University Seminar I 1 26-220 Scientific Programming 3 16-100 Lifetime Fitness & Wellness 2 26-192 University Seminar II 1     17     17   Sophomore Fall Semester     Sophomore Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 25-253 Calculus III 4 25-351 Differential Equations 3 26-311 Analytical Mechanics I 3 26-314 Analytical Mechanics II 3 24-101 Gen & Elem Anal Chemistry I 4 50-309 Electronic Circuit Analysis 4 50-205 Linear Circuit Theory 4 50-302 Material Science for Engineers 4 xx-xxx General Education Elective 3 26-305 Thermal Physics 3     18     17     Back to top ^  Curriculum for Engineering Program/Civil Engineering Track   Freshman Fall Semester     Freshman Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 01-101 English Composition I 3 01-102 English Composition II 3 25-251 Calculus I 4 25-252 Calculus II 4 26-201 General Physics I 4 26-202 General Physics II 4 26-191 University Seminar I 1 50-132 Eng Graphic & Analysis 2 xx-xxx Gen Education Elective 3 26-220 Scientific Programming 3 26-191 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 2 26-192 University Seminar II 1     17     17   Sophomore Fall Semester     Sophomore Spring Semester   Course No. Course Title Cr Course No. Course Title Cr 26-313 Analytical Mechanics I 3 26-314 Analytical Mechanics II 3 25-253 Calculus III 4 25-351 Differential Equations 3 50-107 General Geology for Engineers 4 50-302 Material Science for Engineers 4 01-200 Speech 3 xx-xxx Solid Mechanics 3 24-101 Gen. Elem Analy Chemistry I 4 xx-xxx CE Materials Laboratory 1       xx-xxx General Education Elective 3     18     17   Back to top ^      Back to Department Homepage Back to College Homepage (c) Copyright 2010 DSU CMNST Dover, Delaware 19901

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