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Successful Strategies for Promoting Change in Undergraduate Biology Departments

By C. Gary Reiness1, Gita Bangera2, Claire Bronson3, Steve Byers4, Bill Davis5, Alyce DeMarais6, Ginger Fitzhugh7, Christine Goedhart8, Nalani Linder9, Carrie Liston7, Jenny McFarland10, Erika Offerdahl5, Joann Otto11, Carol Pollock8, Pamela Pape-Lindstrom12, Stas Stavrianeas13

1. Lewis & Clark College 2. Bellevue College 3. Viz-Spark 4. Helping Human Systems 5. Washington State University 6. University of Puget Sound 7. Education Development Center 8. University of British Columbia 9. NP Linder Consulting 10. Edmonds Community College 11. Western Washington University 12. Harford Community College 13. Willamette University

Poster on PULSE workshops presented at the 2019 BioQUEST & QUBES Summer Workshop

Listed in Teaching Materials | resource by group Evolution of Data in the Classroom: From Data to Data Science (SW 2019)

Version 1.0 - published on 06 Aug 2019 doi:10.25334/KAFX-GG89 - cite this

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The Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education (PULSE) works with life sciences departments to promote adoption of the recommendations of Vision and Change (V&C). The Northwest (NW) PULSE transformation project included: (1) a three-day, team-based workshop on how to apply systems-thinking approaches to organizational change; (2) “coaching” over 6-7 months; and (3) a follow-up meeting 7 months after the workshop. 

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