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Graduate school can be expensive. The Ohio State University and the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) want to make your college education more affordable and attainable.

A new program in EHE's Department of Teaching and Learning offers you exactly that.

We recently received funding from the National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program for the Empowering Noyce Apprenticeships by Leadership Engagement in STEM Teaching (ENABLE STEM) program.

ENABLE STEM supports the education of aspiring STEM teachers who will address the critical need for math and science educators for 7th- to 12th-graders, especially in high-needs schools.




To be eligible to apply for the ENABLE STEM Fellows program you must be able to meet the following requirements:

  • Have an undergraduate degree in science, technology, engineering or math
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, national or alien admitted as a refugee residing in Ohio

Apply to become a Fellow

You must be accepted for graduate studies in the MEd program at Ohio State to be considered a recipient of the ENABLE STEM Fellows program. If you meet the ENABLE STEM eligibility requirements, based on the required materials you provide in your MEd application, you will automatically be considered.

  1. Learn more about Ohio State's Master of Education program
  2. PDF iconUse the MEd application checklist to prepare your application
  3. Apply to the Graduate School at The Ohio State University
  4. Don’t forget to include the electronic contact information of three recommenders in your MEd application. Be sure to select people who can speak to your unique characteristics and abilities as well as your preparedness to enter a rigorous academic program.


ENABLE STEM contact: Karen Irving
Master of Education contact: Teaching and Learning Academic Services