Noyce in the News
Stories about the Noyce scholars teaching and the many activities they participate in:
November 21, 2014
Inspiration Ambassadors Teach Educators the Power of Engineering! “We’re trying to help teachers connect kids who love math with the workforce needs of the future,” said Fougere. “When an eighth grader sees that computer literacy can lead to so many exciting careers and we help excite them to learn math, new worlds of possibility arise and everybody wins. Kids could create the next Angry Birds®, not just play these fun games.”
Boston University Noyce Student selected for special STAR summer program in California
Samantha Bell was accepted into the Air Force Research Laboratory at the Edwards Air Force Base in Palmdale, CA.
Fellows in the BEST Noyce program and the Boston Math for America Noyce cohort enjoyed the Northeast Noyce Conference in Philadelphia.
September 18, 2013
Governor Deval Patrick visited the classroom of Noyce Master Teacher Ryan Casey’s math class at Orchard Gardens School. Read More »
Noyce Scholars at City on a Hill Charter School work to improve mathematics education using the discourse methods they have learned about through the program. See page 6-7 of the attached Summer-2013-Issue to learn more about the work of SED graduates and Noyce scholars Karen Levin and Catherine Wilwerth. Read More »
NCTM Regional Conference in Hartford Provides a Variety of Valuable Experiences for Noyce Pre-service Teachers
The NCTM Regional Conference in Hartford provided an excellent opportunity for Noyce pre-service teachers to learn about teaching. Read More »
Five cohorts of Noyce scholars attend the conference to learn about teaching and network. Read More »
A mix of pre-service and in-service teacher took part in the annual New England meeting. Read More »
In October, four Noyce Scholars and the MfA director traveled to Philadelphia to take part in the first annual Northeast Noyce Conference. Read More »
Members of the Noyce Scholarship Team had the opportunity to present a unique feature of the Boston University program to a national audience. Read More »
Find more information about Boston University’s BEST Noyce Program.