TTU Students & Faculty
The STEM Center, in partnership with the Colleges of Education, Arts & Sciences, and Engineering, offers University credit courses in the state-of-the-art learning studios.
Introducing STEM Conversations...
- A new opportunity to discuss and engage about STEM education topics and research! Join us the second Friday of the month from 3-4pm in Room 135 of the Oakley STEM Center.
NOYCE Scholarships Available to Future STEM-Subject Teachers
Want to receive up to 42,000 of support while working on your STEM-related degree with the TTU SMaRT scholarship (Noyce Scholarship) program?
Contact Gail Gentry, Program Coordinator, 931-372-6585 or email
- Earn up to $2,000 while learning if a career in teaching is right for you.Receive scholarship support of $12,250 per year for up to three years while completing your degree and obtaining a teaching license.
- Earn up to $3,600 with an internship at TTU’s Millard Oakley STEM Center.
- This new opportunity is a Noyce scholarship program funded by the National Science Foundation.
- The program supports paid internships and up to three years of generous scholarships for Math, Science, and Engineering majors while they complete their degree and also obtain licensure to teach high-school Math, Physics, or Chemistry.
DON’T TRASH IT, RECYCLE IT!
STEM Center Seeks Trash-Free Environment
As we gear up for the new semester the Oakley STEM Center wants to let the legions of students and faculty using the building this fall know about the oh-so-many blue recycling containers conveniently available throughout the facility – in the lobby, in the entrances to the learning studios and auditorium, and in the learning studios themselves.
The numerous containers are labeled with pictures as to the types “trash” to be placed in them: paper, plastics, aluminum cans, and plain old trash. At this time, plastics recycling containers are for drink bottles only (not plastic cups, forks, etc.).
Please take time to notice and use the recycling opportunities provided by the STEM Center – and have an awesome trash-free semester.