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New Awardees Session Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Conference May 29-31, 2013 Washington, DC

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New Awardees SessionRobert Noyce Teacher Scholarship ConferenceMay 29-31, 2013Washington, DC

Noyce Portfolio CategoryFY 2012Total (all years)Phase I28278Phase II735TF114MTF318TF/MTF011Planningn.a.23Capacity Building1424Total 53403Reporting

Annual Report submitted to Research.govdue 90 days before anniversary dateActivities and Findings (what was accomplished, what was learned, what was modified, evaluation results as available)For TF/MTF only: Annual cost sharing reportAnnual Data Collection for Noyce MonitoringHighlightsDisseminationFinal report due 90 days after expiration dateProject outcomes report to

Project Reports in Research.govAccomplishments: What was done? What was learned?Major goalsWhat was accomplished under these goals?Major ActivitiesSpecific ObjectivesSignificant resultsKey Outcomes or Other achievementsTraining and Professional DevelopmentDissemination of resultsPlans for next reporting periodMay upload files (e.g. evaluation report)

Project Reports in Research.govProducts: What has the project produced? Publications, conference presentations, website, brochuresParticipants & Other Collaborating Organizations: Who has been involved? (other IHEs, non-profits, school districts)Impact: What is the impact of the project? How has it contributed?Changes/ProblemsNotifications and Requests Use FastLane to request: Change in PI/Co-PI (withdraw, add, change level of effort)Change PI informationChange in Participant CostsAdd a subawardNo-cost extensionFirst time: Notification of Grantee-Approved No Cost ExtensionSecond or more: Request for NSF-Approved No-Cost Extension

Good AdviceKnow who your program officer isContact your program officer as questions arise and before submitting a request to FastLaneLearn from other Noyce projects Connect to Noyce projects in your area

Frequently Asked QuestionsIs there a list of high need districts or schools?What does high mean in the definition of high need local educational agency used in the Noyce solicitation?The term "high need local educational agency" means a local educational agency that serves an elementary or secondary school located in an area in which there is:a high percentage of individuals from families with incomes below the poverty line;a high percentage of secondary school teachers not teaching in the content area in which the teachers were trained to teach; ora high teacher turnover rate. Consider high relative to state or national averages

Frequently Asked QuestionsSome resources for identifying high need districts/schools: State Education websitesUS Census website: Cancellation Low Income Directory Asked QuestionsDoes NSF have a standard form for student agreements?Follow guidelines in solicitation associated with your award (NSF 12-525):The institution is responsible for collecting the repayment amounts, including interest, in accordance with P.L. 110-69, SEC. 7030 , which specifies that the repayment of scholarships or stipends as loans by individuals who withdraw from the program or fail to complete the service requirement shall be payable to the Federal Government, consistent with the provisions of part B or D of title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. All forfeited stipend funds, less grantee administrative costs associated with collection of the repayment not to exceed 5% of the forfeited amount, will be returned to the United States Treasury. Funds collected as repayments may not be used by the awardee.Resources: Financial Aid Office; other Noyce Projects

Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes the Noyce Scholar or Fellow need to teach in a high need school or can they teach in any school in a high need district?

Do Noyce Scholars have to teach in the partner districts?

Does an Economics major qualify as a STEM major?

Frequently Asked QuestionsOur proposal indicated how many undergraduates and how many career changers we would recruit each year. Can we change the proportion based on the candidate pool?

What if we dont recruit the number we stated in the proposal?

Do the funds carry over?

Frequently Asked QuestionsCan we reallocate funds into different categories?The tuition has increased since we began the project. Can we increase the scholarship amount? Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat if a Noyce Scholar cant find a job?How do the scholars repay the scholarship? One of our scholars has disappeared. What happens if we cant find a Noyce Scholar who needs to repay the scholarship?

Resources www.nsfnoyce.orgRegional Conferences: Southeast, Northeast, Midwest, WestNoyce National ConferenceOther Noyce projectsYour NSF Program OfficerProject LocatorScholar ProfileConference InformationEventsNewsResourcesRecruiting MaterialsEvaluation scenarios (select Noyce)

Your NSF Program Officer

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