Grants & Special Programs
Math and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI).pdf
State-Funded Grant intended to increase the number of students pursuing/completing a Mathematics or Science Teaching Credential through recruitment and support activities.
Teacher Recruitment & Retention Program (TRRP)
Lottery-Funded Program designed to increase the number of students pursuing/completing a Multiple or Single Subject Teaching Credential through recruitment & support activities (with an emphasis on Math and Science Teacher Credentialing).
Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
Federally-Funded Grant through the NSF intended to increase the number of STEM students and professionals pursuing teaching careers in 7th-12th grade mathematics and science by providing students scholarships & stipends, directed experiences and a cohort support system.
High School Mathematics Access Program (Hi-MAP)
CSU Stanislaus Mathematics Teacher Candidates are offered an early-field- experience-in-teaching opportunity by providing academic assistance to participating 7th-12th grade students.
Math/Science Foundation-Level Credential [Special Project].pdf
State-Funded MSTI Augmentation Grant intended to increase the number of students pursuing/completing a Foundation Level Teaching Credential in Math and/or Science through recruitment and support activities.
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)
This program is aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) P
CSU Stanislaus Saturday Professional Development Series for Mathematics Teachers
Saturday Seminar Series for Math Teachers sponsored by CCMP (Central California Mathematics Project), offers a professional development opportunities for teachers in our service area. The topics include current issues on math education as well as lectures and discussions on content based pedagogy that uses research-based strategies. Math teacher leaders and University Faculty teach these from math department and teacher education department whose scholarship includes content delivery and EL needs.
FAME –Financial Awareness Means Equity
Project FAME- Financial Awareness Means Equity – is a two-week Summer Camp for 48 young women (twenty-four each year) from the area high schools to be conducted at the California State University, Stanislaus (CSU Stanislaus) campus. The goal of FAME is to increase the targeted population’s understanding of personal finance and related careers. The FAME content and design will boost their self-confidence and independence, increase their financial literacy and develop positive attitudes and expectations of a better life in the managerial and executive positions in fields requiring quantitative skills. The project goal and activities addresses the AAUW’s mission in promoting equity and education among women. The American Association of University Women (AAUW) funds the project FAME for two years –2010 to 2012 –.
EYH - Expanding Your Horizons
The Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is the Annual Conference conducted by Office of Math Grants and sponsored by CCMP (Central California Mathematics Project), MSTI (Math and Science Teacher Initiative). TRRP (Teacher Recruitment and Retention Program) and HiMAP (High School Mathematics Access Program) The all day Conference is open to K-16 mathematics educators, High school Students and their parents.