Potential Noyce Scholars!
Scholarships are available for STEM majors who are interested in Urban Teaching!
If you are a Sophomore or a Junior and a STEM major, now is the time to apply so that we can assist you with planning your courses to complete your teaching certification.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis over the summer with a closing deadline of October 27 for the 2015-16 cohort.
If you are considering applying to the program, please contact Professor Rivera (email@example.com) for an appointment.
Click, About the Program, on the left for more information.
Science in the City I1: BC 3050
Thursdays 4:30-6:20 PM
Here is a great way to explore your interest in science education!
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.
Contact Professor Macaluso to reserve your place in the course! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will come to Altschul 530 for a general presentation and discussion of the current state of the rapidly changing field of nanoscience. The discussion will cover the properties, preparation,
and analysis of a wide range of nanomaterials, including quantum dots, nanotubes, and two-dimensional
materials. There will also be hands-on demonstrations, a discussion of my research on the 2D carbon material
graphene, and a tour of my laboratory. Then we will take a tour of the nanoscience synthesis and
characterization facilities at Columbia University, which is a world leader in nanoscience research.
RSVP for the Workshop Here:
Noyce Mentoring Program: Summer 2015!
As part of our mentoring program, our first cohort of Noyce Interns, who just finished their first year of teaching, attended a Summer Institute in Cambridge, MA, from July 6-9, hosted by Engaging Schools.
Professor Rivera, Audrey Massmann, Kassidy Meck, Rebecca Battat
According to their website:
Engaging Schools is a nonprofit organization that collaborates with educators in middle and high schools.
We help them create a school-wide community of learning that integrates academic, social, and emotional development — and prepares each and every student to succeed.
We offer professional development and resources with practical strategies that are grounded in the values of equity, community, and democracy. The result: educators who can better engage their students — and students who are prepared to make positive contributions in school, work, and life.
We had a great time at the institute and will report back about how we are using what we learned!