RUSMP's National Science Foundation (NSF) Noyce Master Teaching Fellowship Program was the focus of two poster sessions and a workshop session at the 2018 Noyce Summit in Washington, DC on July 16-18. The annual conference, co-hosted by the NSF and the American Association for the Advancement of Science brings together STEM educators and researchers who work with the various Robert Noyce grant programs across the United States.
Dr. Adem Ekmekci, RUSMP Director of Research and Evaluation, presented the two poster sessions, The Rice University Noyce Master Teaching Fellowship Program (DUE # 1556006): Evaluation update for year 1 and year 2. and Noyce teacher noticing when observing other Noyce and non-Noyce teachers. In addition, Dr. Ekmekci co-presented the workshop session,Â Lessons learned from a unique collaboration opportunity between two Noyce programs at two different universities (Rice-ULL). with Dr. Peter Sheppard from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.Â The 2nd poster session and the workshop session focused on the Rice University Noyce Master Teaching Fellowship Program's recent collaboration with the University of Louisiana-Lafayette's The Louisiana Mathematics Masters in the Middle Noyce grant program.
RUSMP Director of Research and Evaluation, Dr. Adem Ekmekci with National Science Foundation Program officer, Dr. Thomas Kim.