Frances Karels
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Frances Karels is now a member of PULSE
Oct 2, 2013

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Institution
Blinn College
Title
Professor
Institution Type
2-year College
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NABT

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Sharon Gusky replied to Sharon Gusky's discussion Greatest Challenges to the Implementation of the Vision and Change Recommendations
"Wonderful! I look  forward to reading it."
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Paul Arriola replied to Sharon Gusky's discussion Greatest Challenges to the Implementation of the Vision and Change Recommendations
"Our process actually began before Vision and Change was published. We had decided to revisit the program and it ended up dovetailing right into the recommendations. We started with the department mission statement and then re-wrote the department…"
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Sharon Gusky replied to Sharon Gusky's discussion Greatest Challenges to the Implementation of the Vision and Change Recommendations
"Faculty buy-in can be a big obstacle- even faculty who desire to change are often impeded by other obstacles - like time and comfort with the process.   What did you do to start the process? What aspect of change is your department focusing on?…"
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Paul Arriola replied to Sharon Gusky's discussion Greatest Challenges to the Implementation of the Vision and Change Recommendations
"The greatest challenge we have faced was gaining faculty buy-in at the beginning of our change process.  We have since overcome the obstacles (largely due to retirements) and are on our way, but the process was a long and winding road."
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Bradley C. Hyman replied to David Marcey's discussion AAAS Pacific Division Conference in the group Southwest PULSErs
"I will be happy to join a pre-AAAS PULSE group in Riverside.  Thanks, Brad Hyman bhyman@ucr.edu 951-827-5901 "
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