A nearly $1 million grant will provide enhanced science and math education at Reinhardt University to students seeking to be high school teachers.
The National Science Foundation awarded Reinhardt University the five-year Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant to create the STEM Teacher Education and Development Program.
Over five years, Reinhardt is expected to receive $930,000 for the STEM Teacher Education and Development Program and will pay for student scholarships, teacher stipends, research and a STEM summer camp.
“Reinhardt is proud to receive this grant which will provide life-changing opportunities for our students and impact science and math education in Cherokee and Pickens counties,” Reinhardt President Kina Mallard said in a statement. “I commend the creative and collaborative effort of the Reinhardt