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Recording of Noyce Panel of Master Teaching Fellows Now Available

August 24, 2022

To continue celebrating 20 years of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, The National Science Foundation bought together a panel of Noyce Master Teaching Fellows from across the country to talk about their journeys to becoming teacher-leaders.

The featured panelists were:

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 opened with a summary of their Noyce journey, and then Kathleen Bergin, Noyce Lead Program Officer, led a Question and Answer session. The panelists engaged in a lively discussion and answered questions from Dr. Bergin and the audience.

The recording of the panel can be found here.

The NSF looks forward to continuing the Noyce 20th anniversary celebration later this fall.