|2012 new Noyce Scholar – Annie Rouse talking with Jessie Oxman, who is a graduate of the
Noyce Scholarship Program and is currently teaching in the Carroll County Public Schools.
|Nicole Antalffy, Rebecca Buesgen, Taharah Shaw, Adam Rubin
and Ginger Ridgely visit Goddard Space Center.
|Molly Schaefer, a graduate of the Noyce Scholarship Program
and currently teaching in Howard County,
working with a Baltimore City Middle School STEM Scholar.
|Left to right: Jesse Oxman, Sherri Leslie, Stephanie Burke, Sean Walker, Pamela Gschwind, Dean David Vanko, Christine Kugath, Brian Eney, Robert Scott, Katelyn Striebich and Zachery Chandler.|
The "Liquid Nitrogen Activity" was facilitated by Adriana Brungardt, Brian Eney, and Sherry Leslie. Using liquid nitrogen, the Noyce scholars showed the children the properties of freezing gasses and liquids. They demonstrated what happens when bananas, balloons, and flowers are dipped into a container of liquid nitrogen.
|2011 new Noyce Scholars: Katelyn Striebich and Zachery Chandler|
|Left to right: Dimitri Noplos, Jesse Oxman, Jennifer Marker, Dean David Vanko,
Stephanie Burke and Ginger Ridgely
|Left to right: Sherry Leslie, Ginger Ridgely, James Doffermyre, Jillian Allen, Dean David Vanko,
James Ruff, and Kahli Nason. Not pictured: Nehal Ghodasara
Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
The Jess and Mildred Fisher
College of Science and Mathematics
Smith Hall, Room 360 (campus map)
Natasha L. Walker