Barnard Noyce Teacher Scholars Program News


Welcome Future Barnard Noyce Teacher Scholars!

Scholarships are available for rising junior and senior STEM majors who are interested in Urban Teaching! The Barnard Noyce Teacher Scholars Program will recruit, certify, and mentor sixteen high-achieving undergraduate STEM majors at the four undergraduate colleges at Columbia University (Barnard College, Columbia College, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the School of General Studies) who are interested in teaching at high-need K-12 schools. 

If you are a STEM major, we encourage you to learn more about our program here. You can also check out our scholar timeline to learn about the different tracks in completing the program. Interested applicants can be assisted with planning their courses to complete their teaching certification.  

Summer internship funding is also available for first and second year students interested in conducting laboratory research, science or mathematics teaching, or other STEM fieldwork who intend to apply what they learn to Education.

Click here for more information. 



Past Events

April 18th, 2017 | Ella Weed Room (223 Milbank Hall): STEM Colloquium


April 4th, 2017 | 530 Altschul Hall: STEM Colloquium

 

February 28th, 2017 | 324 Milbank Hall: STEM Colloquium

RSVP on Facebook here!

Monday, February 27th, 2017 | 306 Milbank HallEducation Program Open House

    
    Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 | Ella Weed Room (223 Milbank                
    Hall): STEM Colloquium




    Tuesday, December 6, 2016 | 203 Diana Center: STEM Colloquium
    July 20th - 22nd, 2016 | Noyce Summit: 

2016 Noyce Summit

July 20-22, 2016
Washington, DC

Prof. Edstrom and Barnard Noyce Scholar '16 Ishrat Ahmed presented 
two posters and a workshop at the annual Noyce Summit.





Spring 2017 Courses

EDUC BC 3050y - Science in the City: Science Content and Pedagogical Methods

Professor Stefanie Macaluso

306 Milbank Hall

Thursdays 5:40-7:30 PM 

In partnership with the American Museum of Natural History, students investigate science, science pedagogical methods, and ways to use New York City as a resource for science teaching and learning. Sessions will be held at Barnard and the museum. Field trips and fieldwork required. Non-science majors, pre-service elementary students, and first-year students welcome. Note: Students in the Childhood Urban Teaching Program may use this course as a pedagogical elective.