Published October 12 2012
MSUM faculty members awarded national grantMOORHEAD – The National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program has awarded a two-year $262,000 grant to Minnesota State University Moorhead faculty members for the development of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics teacher licensure programs.
Faculty members involved in the project include: Tim Harms, mathematics; Alison Wallace, biosciences; Linda Houts-Smith, languages and cultures; Richard Lahti, chemistry, physics and astronomy; Steve Lindaas, physics and astronomy; and Teresa Shume, School of Teaching and Learning.
The goal is to develop four STEM teacher licensure programs, including: math and physics; life science and chemistry; math and English as a Second Language; and life science and ESL.
For more information about the grant, visit nsfnoyce.org.