The National Science Foundation (NSF) has issued a grant opportunity for encourage talented science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and computer science (STEM) majors and professionals to become K-12 STEM teachers. The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is open to universities, two- or four-year colleges, and professional societies and similar organizations that are directly associated with educational or research activities. There are four tracks, including: (1): The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships and Stipends Track, which supports scholarships, stipends, and academic programs for undergraduate STEM majors and post-baccalaureate STEM professionals to become highly effective STEM teachers with a commitment to teaching for two years in high-need local educational agencies for every year of scholarship/stipend support; (2) NSF Teaching Fellowships Track, which supports fellowships, academic programs, professional development, and salary supplements for STEM professionals, including retirees from STEM professions, who enroll in a master’s degree program leading to teacher certification or licensing, with a commitment to teaching for four years in high-need local educational agencies; (3): NSF Master Teaching Fellowships Track, which supports professional development and salary supplements for K-12 STEM teachers to become NSF Master Teaching Fellows, with a commitment to teaching for five years in high-need local educational agencies; and (4) Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers, which supports planning, exploratory research, and full scale research proposals. NSF anticipates making 60 awards across the country. The deadline is March 17th.