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Michigan State University is at the forefront of preparing educators to teach science and mathematics in Michigan’s highest-need urban schools.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship provides promising recent college graduates and career-changers that have academic preparation or experience in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields with the opportunity to receive certification in secondary science or mathematics teaching, as well as a master’s degree. Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend.
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2013 Application Process
Final application deadline is Feb. 15, 2013. Visit the Fellowship's How To Apply page for more details.
Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Informational Session
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin
Charles (Andy) Anderson is a professor of teacher education whose research centers on the classroom teaching and learning of science. He studies how students' prior knowledge, language, and social relationships affect their engagement in science learning and the development of scientific literacy. His current work ...
Michigan State University '10, human biology
After graduating from Michigan State's Lyman Briggs College, Reed accepted a position in MSU's College of Education working on a research project, the College Ambition Program, that supports high school students' pathway to postsecondary education in the STEM fields. The project focuses mainly on ... ... read more