Math Education Scholarship

January 5th, 2005 by Adam

The Plymouth State University’s Mathematics Department is offering $1500 scholarships to students who will major in Mathematics with an option in Middle School or Secondary Teacher Certification.

  • Have you considered a career in teaching mathematics?
  • Are you excited to join students at PSU who currently are majoring in mathematics education?
  • Do you want a support group of peers, faculty, and staff?
  • Do you have what it takes to become a mathematics teacher and help the shortage of mathematics teachers in our nation?

If you answered YES to these questions, consider the
noble, exciting, and rewarding career of teaching mathematics!

Scholarships will be for the 2005-2006 academic school year. Regular admittance to PSU is required.

Download the application (PDF)

Deadline for applications is April 15th 2005

We look forward to hearing from you!

Please email Brian Beaudrie (
or Barbara Boschmans (
for information and/or questions.

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