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The Robert Noyce Scholarships are awarded by EWU and funded through a National Science Foundation grant. The scholarship is intended to increase the number of mathematics and science teachers and provides up to $16,000 per academic year.
The Robert Noyce Scholarships are awarded by EWU and funded through a National Science Foundation grant. The scholarship is intended to increase the number of mathematics and science teachers and provides up to $16,000 per academic year.
This scholarship was established by the Narrances to provide support for academically strong students in financial need who are majoring in secondary mathematics.
The Robert Noyce Scholarships are awarded by EWU and funded through a National Science Foundation grant. The scholarship is intended to increase the number of mathematics and science teachers and provides up to $16,000 per academic year.
This scholarship was established by the Narrances to provide support for academically strong students in financial need who are majoring in secondary mathematics.
The Rita Lowe Scholarship is given annually by the Washington State Mathematics Council to two college/university students in Washington who are majoring in mathematics education.
This scholarship was awarded through an anonymous donor whose annual donation to EWU supports math, biology, chemistry, and physics students. Georgia was also nominated for the scholarship, but declined the award because she is already fully supported by the following scholarships: Governor's from College Success Foundation, Eastern Advantage, Kelly's Foundation, Education Training Voucher, Mossyrock Garden Club, Viking-Hunting Endowment, Eastern's Presidential, Passport to College, Trustee's.
This scholarship was awarded through anonymous donor whose annual donation to EWU supports math, biology, chemistry, and physics students.
The Robert Noyce Scholarships are awarded by EWU and funded through a National Science Foundation grant. The scholarship is intended to increase the number of mathematics and science teachers and provides up to $16,000 per academic year.
This scholarship was awarded through an anonymous donor whose annual donation to EWU supports math, biology, chemistry, and physics students.
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