The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
School of Education

Project ExSEL At UNCG

( Project Excellence in Science Education Learning)

Funded by the National Science Foundation through the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.

  • Pre-Noyce Scholars are recruited during their freshman and sophomore years.  These students will be supported by summer internship stipends of $1,000.
  • Noyce Scholars are recruited during their junior and senior years and are awarded a $13,000 scholarship for each of their junior and senior years as they complete their science major and licensure programs.  Science masters students and post-baccalaureate students can apply to become Project ExSEL scholars as well.  In return, the scholar commits to teaching in the public high-need school system for two years for each year they received the scholarship.
  • Noyce Teachers are supported during their first two years of teaching through mentoring, induction activities, and other assistance.

Project ExSEL Applications

 

HERP Camp at Camp Chestnut Ridge and Forensics Camp at the Middle College

Washington, DC conference and summer interns helping high school students at HERP Camp at Camp Chestnut Ridge and Forensics Camp at the Middle College at UNCG 

Newsletter

Click here to download our Summer 2013 Newsletter


Dr. Valerie Vickers

Project ExSEL Coordinator

Department of TEHE

485 SOEB

vgvicker@uncg.edu

(336) 202 -7991

Dr. Catherine Matthews, PI

Professor of Science Education

Department of TEHE

406 SOEB

cematthe@uncg.edu

(336) 334-3444

Dr. Jerry Walsh, PI

Professor of Chemistry

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

421 Sullivan

jlwash@uncg.edu

(336) 334-5672


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