Meet a Few of our Noyce Scholar Graduates
 
VickyThier

                                          Vicky Thier                                         

"I graduated from USC in 2018 with a degree in Biology. I also completed my Masters in teaching from USC in 2019. Currently, I am teaching at Farragut Highschool in Knoxville, TN. This semsester I am teaching environmental science."

 

 

X'Avier

                                     X'Avier Douglas

"I'm a Columbia native, first generation college graduate, and brother of the Alpha Phi Omega, Service Fraternity. I recieved my Bachelor of Math in the spring of 2019 and my Master of Teaching in Spring 2020 both from USC. I currently Teach Algebra 1 & 2 to freshman, sophmore and junior students at A.C. Flora High School here in the midlands."

 

 

Christoper

                                     Christopher Fieldhouse

Mathematics teacher and Noyce mentor

Christopher teaches pre-calculus, calculus, and International Baccalaureate mathematics at A.C. Flora High School in Columbia, S.C.

"I love helping students to see the use of math"

 

 

Zachary

                                     Zachary Parnell

Mathematics teacher and Noyce mentor

Zachary teaches Algebra 2, Algebra 3, Geometry Honors, and Pre-calculus at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C.

What he likes most about teaching is collaborating with other teachers and building relationships with his students.

 

 

Alison

                                     Alison Schriro

Mathematics and Computer Science teacher, Noyce mentor

Alison teaches Mathematics and Computer Science at Dreher High School in Columbia, S.C.

Alison works hard every day to fight mathphobia on the front lines!

 

 

Chynna

                                     Chynna Wilson

Mathematics teacher and Noyce mentor

Chynna teaches 8th grade mathematics at W.A. Perry Middle School in Columbia, S.C.

“I love developing personal relationships with students and seeing them progress over time.”

 

 

Joseph

                                     Joseph Eisenreich

Mathematics teacher and Noyce mentor

Joseph teaches Mathematics at Crayton Middle School in Columbia, S.C.

"If you can't solve a problem, then there's an easier problem you can solve: find it." - George Pólya

"If you don't make mistakes then you're not working on hard enough problems. And that's a big mistake." Frank Wilczek

 

 

                                     Lindsay Smith

Mathematics teacher and Noyce mentor

Lindsay teaches Mathematics at Dreher High School in Columbia, S.C.

"Difficult is not bad. Difficult is not impossible. Difficult is just difficult, and you can do difficult things."

 

 

                                     Casey Giust

Science teacher and Noyce mentor

Casey teaches Science at Blythewood High School in Columbia, S.C.

She values her students most of all!