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Scholarship Program
3307 3rd Avenue West
Suite 307
Seattle, WA 98119
206-281-2399 Phone
206-378-5400 Fax

Robert Noyce Scholarship Program

Current Scholar Resources

Master Promissory Note

All Noyce scholars agreed to the conditions of the Noyce scholarship program prior to receiving a Noyce scholarship by signing a Master Promissory Note (MPN). The above MPN is provided for reference purposes only. Noyce scholars should maintain a copy of their signed MPN to confirm the requirements of their teaching service. A duplicate copy can be requested by emailing

Teaching Verification Form

Each Noyce Scholar and stipend recipient must complete the Teaching Verification form at the beginning and end of each academic year as a requirement of the Noyce scholarship agreement. Use our online form to submit your information. Or you may download the form, and fax the completed form to 206.378.5400 to the attention of Professor John Lindberg or Hannah Azevedo.

High Need Districts in WA

Noyce Scholars are responsible for ensuring that the school districts they are teaching in qualify as high needs under the National Science Foundation guidelines. Scholars are highly encouraged to complete teaching requirements in Washington state, though it is not required.

Teaching Resources

All Science/Math Teachers

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
WA State Report Card (stats)
National Science Teacher Association

Math Teachers
WA State Math Council
PBS Teachers
WASL Math Assessment

Physics Teachers
American Association of Physics Teachers
The Physics Teacher
American Journal of Physics
American Physical Society
Compadre: Digital Resourses for Physics & Astronomy Ed

Science Teachers
National Science Teachers Association
NASA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory