Rowan University will receive $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.

The grant will fund a new science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educator recruitment and preparation program, which will expand the university’s new Master of Arts in STEM Education teacher preparation program.

“The grant will help fund a creative collaboration between our Colleges of Science & Math and Education,” Rowan University President Ali Houshmand said. “It also will help those who want to change careers, including existing teachers who want to teach in STEM disciplines and professionals who want to enter the classroom. This grant will make a big difference in many school districts across South Jersey for decades to come.”

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