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Partnership for Undergraduate Life Science Education  (PULSE)

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The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is facilitating the application submission process and selection of PULSE Fellows.

SYNOPSIS

The goal of PULSE, a joint effort by NSF, NIH/NIGMS and HHMI, is to coordinate systemic change in undergraduate life science education by focusing beyond transformation of individual faculty toward strategies for institutional change.

Leadership Fellows will participate in an exciting year-long facilitated process to identify solutions and prototype change.

Participants will describe thoughtful and creative approaches to implementing Vision and Change recommendations.

Deadline for applications: July 9th 2012, 5:00 pm PT

Visit http://pulsecommunity.org/ for further details on elegibility and how to apply. 

PULSE Steering Committee

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute

National Institutes of Health - NIGMS



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