PULSE is a joint effort by NSF, HHMI and NIH to support 40 Leadership Fellows as they prototype change in undergraduate life science education. However, these fellows will not be the only key participants in this initiative. PULSE is looking for significant contributions from a greater colleague community throughout the yearlong project and beyond to help develop and implement the framework for systemic change.
This website has been set up for members of the greater colleague community (that's you) to exchange ideas with one another, provide insights and feedback to the fellows, and share & explore resource as you revolutionize undergraduate life science education together.
On Thursday, May 16th at 2:00pm Eastern Time, join Faculty Networks for a live webinar update. Sharon Gusky, Jo Anne Powerll-Coffman and Gina Semprebon will be briefing you on progress and taking your questions, input and feedback.Simply reply to…Continue
I thought it would be useful and interesting for everyone to see where all the Pulse members are. I have mapped this and if you follow this link, you can easily visualise other members who may be near to you.…Continue
On Friday, March 8th at 3:00pm Eastern Time, join Raising the PULSE for a live webinar update. Richard Cardullo, April Hill and Bill Davis will be briefing you on progress and taking your questions, input and feedback.Simply reply to this discussion…Continue
Taking the Pulse: Development of a certification program to recognize life science departments implementing the recommendations of the Vision and Change Report
The 2011 report, ‘Vision and…Continue
Ambassadors for Curricular Change
A multi-year planning process produced the 2011 report, ‘Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education: A Call to Action’ that advocated for a…
PULSE Faculty Networks:
Supporting Faculty as Agents of Change
Years of teaching and learning…Continue
Raising the PULSE: An Awareness Campaign to Engage Departments in Implementing Vision and Change
J. Awong-Taylor, G.…Continue