The Robert C. Noyce Scholarship Program was created nationally to respond to the critical shortage of K-12 teachers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This program seeks to encourage talented STEM students and professionals to pursue teaching careers in our nation's schools. Scholars are awarded the scholarship between their Sophomore and Junior academic year.
To be eligible for the Lewis Noyce Scholarship, applicants must complete the following requirements:
- Apply and gain admission to Lewis University
- Write a personal essay
- Must teach a STEM subject (Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics)
- Teach in a high needs urban, suburban, or rural middle/high school for a minimum of 4 years following completion of your degree.
- $6,000-$12,000 per semester for tuition
- $2,500 paid research with a professor
- $2,000 summer stipend
- Attendance at STEM conferences
For more information about this scholarship program, visit the Lewis Noyce Grant Page or contact:
Dr. Dorene Huvaere
Professor, Division Chair-Educ. Studies
Principal Investigator, Noyce Grant
Pam Pritchard, M.Ed.
Adjunct Instructor, COE
Recruiter, Noyce Grant
Associate Professor, Education
College of DuPage
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06
For STEM academic course inquiries, call (630) 942-3210.
STEM Outreach Coordinator
Institutional Resource Center (IRC), Room 1062
For College of DuPage Admissions inquiries, call (630) 942-2626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.