School of Education

Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership Teacher Scholarship

The Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership–Scholarship (PRNP-S) at Arcadia University is an award to three or four students each year between 2019 and 2022. It is funded through a National Science Foundation grant, which was awarded to PRNP to fund scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) teaching programs at Arcadia University, Saint Joseph’s University, Temple University, La Salle University, and Bryn Mawr College. 

Eligibility

To apply for a $15,000 PRNP-S, a student must be:

  • Pursuing or received a B.A. or B.S. degree in Mathematics or Science.
  • Able to demonstrate a strong knowledge in mathematics or science and the potential for commitment to excelllence in teaching.
  • A U.S. citizen, national or permanent resident alien.

The National Science Foundation has awarded Arcadia University a grant for $178,249 as part of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.

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Arcadia Receives STEM Teacher Grant as Part of Noyce Program

The National Science Foundation has awarded Arcadia University a grant for $178,249 as part of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.

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Requirements

Visit Arcadia for an overview of the requirements and to apply to one of our certification programs and master's degrees.

General Science  Biology  Chemistry  Mathematics

Please note PRNP-S is contingent upon acceptance into a graduate program as a:

Recipients must commit to:

  • Completing the teacher preparation program and meeting the exit requirements.
  • Teaching for two years in a high-need school district, or the scholarship becomes a repayable loan.  Recipients have up to four years to fulfill their Noyce teaching obligation before the scholarship reverts to a loan.

We believe that the field of STEM education benefits greatly when teachers reflect the diversity of those they teach. We highly value diversity and encourage minorities and members of under-represented groups to apply.

For more information, read the program brochure or contact Dr. Augusto Macalalag, Jr., Associate Professor and Director of the STEM Education Program.

Arcadia PRNP-S Faculty Contacts

Augusto Z. Macalalag Jr., Ed.D.

Associate Professor

Lauretta "Lauri" M. Bushar

Professor