Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
Mercer University is one of five institutions selected to participate in the Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship, supported by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education. Georgia is the fifth state overall – and the first in the South – to join this growing national initiative that seeks to both increase the supply of outstanding teachers in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields and change how they are prepared to teach.
FOR PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS
The Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship is being offered to 12 graduates in STEM fields:
- The Fellowship includes a $30,000 stipend and 50% tuition reduction.
- Fellows completing the four-semester program will earn a Master of Arts in Teaching and secondary certification (6-12) in biology, chemistry, math, earth science, or physics.
- The first cohort of Woodrow Wilson Fellows begins May 23, 2016.
For more information about the fellowship program, contact Dr. Sharon Murphy Augustine at firstname.lastname@example.org.