TEAM-UP is proud to be a 
NSF Noyce Capacity Building Program, NSF Noyce Phase I Project Site, PhysTEC Comprehensive Site, and 100Kin10 Partner

  • Scholarships
  • Generation Teach If you are looking for summer teaching opportunities, consider applying to Generation Teach . A couple of TEAM-UP students taught through Generation Teach summer 2015 and had excellent experiences! The priority deadline is December 6th.
  • Summer Research Experience in Education Research The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Science and Mathematics Educational Research Collaborative will host a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program this year. Ten accepted students will be involved in mentored-research projects that focus on the theme of Models and Representations in STEM Education and will contribute to publishable research in DBER. Accepted students will participate in a unique “January Jump-Start” session to meet and work virtually, using video conferencing and online journal club discussions, with project mentors to outline summer projects. During the 9 week on-site experience at the RIT campus REU students will be involved in cohort-wide research methods workshops, smaller research group meetings, individual mentoring, Professional Development workshops and cohort-building events. REU students will earn a $5,000 stipend ($500 of which will be earned during the January session) and will be housed, at no expense to the student, in RIT’s state-of-the-art housing complex, Global Village. Since accepted students begin participation in January, this REU program has an early deadline of November 30th.


  • Ice Cream Social We just had our semester kickoff on September 6th with an ice cream social and a meeting of the new student club, TEA (see below). We talked about the benefits of teaching and we played around a bit with liquid Nitrogen, well maybe more than a bit: )

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  • Teaching Club We have started a new student club for those interested in teaching! TEA is the Teacher Education Alliance and is a forum for discussion of any education related type issues, not just high school teaching. The next meeting will be near the end of September. For more info you can contact Nick (, Jordan (, Izzy ( or Megan (
  • Advising We wanted to remind you that if you have any questions or are in need of advice, there are several people who would be happy to meet with you to talk about the program and your individual goals. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us:

Kristine Callan
Wendy Adams
Steph Fanselow
Christy McConnell

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