Pacific Noyce Scholar Profiles


Brittany Hartmann named a Pacific Noyce Scholar for 2012-2014.


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Brittany Hartmann has been awarded a $25K National Science Foundation Pacific Noyce Scholarship for 2012-2014, funding her committment to become a STEM teacher in high needs school setting. Hartmann has already distinguished herself as a Boxer, having been named in 2011 as one of three Northwest Conference players on the Capital One Division III Academic All-District VIII Women's Soccer Team.

“Brittany is a relentless worker and competitor on the field, so it comes as no surprise that she works just as hard in the classroom,” said Pacific Head Coach Morgan Crabtree. “Her success on the field and with her academics is a testament to her commitment to excellence.”

Teacher candidates like Brittany are sought after as Pacific Noyce Scholars because of their proven ability to persevere and succeed. She also brings teaching experience as a TA in Workshop Physics, a nationally recognized innovative calculus-based physics curriculum.


Posted by Kevin Carr (kcarr@pacificu.edu) on Sep 12, 2012 at 1:22 PM

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