Two M3T Fellows—Jennifer Nail-Cook of Pocahontas County High School and Adam Riazi of Cabell Midland High School—have played critical roles in their respective schools’ achievements in expanding female representation in computer science
In March 2020 (right before March 2020 became more infamous), West Virginia University was awarded a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program to fund the M3T Noyce Fellowships Program for the next six years (Grant No. 1950217). The West Virginia Department of Education has also provided additional funding in support of the program. For more on the award, read this press release from WVU from July 2020. And for more on the selection of our first cohort of M3T Noyce Fellows, read this announcement from November 2020. Stay tuned to our “Apply” page for more information on our Call for Applications for Cohort 2 of the M3T Noyce Fellowships. Applications will be accepted through April 5, 2021!
We are proud to be able to share with you a new website for the M3T project! We are excited for how this website will become a central place for news and information on the project, as well as a central place for sharing the learning of this network and continued collaboration. You can learn more about our Fellows and project staff on the Our Network page. Currently, our Fellows represents 17 counties from across West Virginia. We are excited to soon be welcoming applications to be part of our second cohort of M3T Noyce Fellows. More information on the application process can be found on the Apply page. And continue to check in on this News page for updates on the project, including insights from our Fellows and project leads.