The Responsive, Attentive, Dialogic, and InterActive Noyce Scholars (RADIANS) Project at Texas State University provides scholarships and enhanced preparation for STEM majors who choose to teach in a high-need school district.
$10,000, up to the cost of attendance
Up to $15,000 for extraordinary financial circumstances
- Individuals supported to become teachers must be pursuing or have earned a baccalaureate degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, computer science, engineering, geoscience, mathematics, or physics
- Students must have earned at least junior status
- Grade point average of 2.75 or greater, either overall or in last 60 credits
Recruitment for this program focuses especially on those who will be able to teach physics or chemistry.
These scholarships are expected to be available at least through the 2020-2021 academic year.
- How do I apply to be in the RADIANS program?
- What can I do to make my scholarship application competitive?
- Can I get two years of scholarship support through the RADIANS program?
- What benefits can I expect from this program?
- What obligations would I commit myself to?
- How can I know if a school is in a high-need district?
- How will a Noyce Scholarship interact with my other financial aid?
- Which teacher certification pathways are compatible with this program?
- This is a big decision and the program looks like a lot of work. Would my preparation as a Noyce Scholar be respected and valued by other professionals?
RADIANS Program Leadership Team
|Dr. Eleanor Close||Principal Investigator (PI) and Director of Physics LA program||Physics||RFM email@example.com||512.245.8664|
|Dr. Hunter Close||Co-PI and PhysTEC Site Leader||Physics||RFM firstname.lastname@example.org||512.245.8103|
|Dr. Leslie Huling||Co-PI and Director of TRP||Curriculum & Instruction||AVRY email@example.com||512.716.4531|
|Dr. Cynthia Luxford||Co-PI||Chemistry & Biochemistry||CHEM firstname.lastname@example.org||512.245.1290|
|Dr. Araceli Ortiz||Co-PI and Director of LBJ Institute||LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research||ASBN email@example.com||512.245.3102|
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF DUE Grant #1557405. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.