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Upcoming Noyce Master Teaching Fellow Panel in Celebration of 20 Years of Noyce

To continue celebrating 20 years of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, The National Science Foundation is excited to bring together a panel of Noyce Master Teaching Fellows to talk about their journeys to becoming teacher-leaders. This virtual event will take place on Wednesday, August 17th from 4:30-5:30pm and will feature four Noyce Master Teaching Fellows from across the country.

The panelists are:

Kari Keith, Michigan Technological University

Susie Sujin Min, California State University Fullerton

Megin Rice, Southern Illinois University

Shane Wiggan, University of Central Florida

Each panelist will open with a summary of their Noyce story, and then the event will transition to a Q&A from the audience. This event is open to any and all participants, including, but not limited to, Noyce Principal Investigators, Scholars, Fellows, STEM educators, members of the teacher preparation community, and those with other disciplinary backgrounds who are interested in learning more about the Noyce Program.

Registration is required for the event. Please register here.