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DragonsTeach Engineering Noyce Scholarship Program

National Science Foundation - Education & Human Resources Division of Undergraduate Education program

Project led by:

Jason Silverman, PhD
Adam Fontecchio, PhD
Jennifer Stanford, PhD

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Drexel Engineering Noyce (DEN) supports the recruitment and preparation of STEM  undergraduate students enrolled in DragonsTeach to pursue secondary STEM education as a career and expand engineering education in K-12 education through scholarship awards. The United States and the world need more engineers and scientists, and one DEN graduate has the potential to inspire three to five students a year to become engineers and scientists!


  1. Attract and support individuals with strong undergraduate engineering backgrounds to consider and explore teaching secondary science and/or mathematics as a potential career path
  2. Prepare undergraduate engineering majors to get certified in STEM education
  3. Produce at least 25 STEM teachers with strong engineering backgrounds and prepared to implement inquiry-oriented STEM instruction in secondary schools that include an engineering-design perspective
  4. To develop, test, refine and disseminate a model for recruiting, advising, training and supporting engineering undergraduates to obtain secondary STEM teaching certification and enter the teaching profession.

To learn more about the DragonsTeach Engineering Noyce Program, please click here.