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The People-Power Underlying Life-Sustaining Education (PULSE) grew from the Civics Opportunity Model Project to Advance Community Transformation (COMPACT) developed by Cordelia Candelaria, ASU Regents Professor Emerita. PULSE offers approximately $800.00 scholarships to students and approximately $500.00 grants to part-time and full-time faculty interested in applying academic knowledge to address societal issues using practical problem-solving methods.
There will be several workshops throughout the academic year offering a structure for collaboration, problem solving, and creative tools to apply in a variety of ways including individually, via teamwork, and/or through community organizations (church, charities, jobs, etc.). These workshops will address pressing needs and expand successful models of human progress. Based on a range of resources and documented studies, PULSE workshops will focus on how to effectively integrate fact-based reasoning and civic responsibility. The schedule of the workshops will be available on our website: sts.asu.edu at a later date.
Application details and requirements can be found in the respective documents linked below for students and faculty. Applicants must have an interest in applying academic knowledge to address societal issues using practical problem-solving methods. Application deadline is Thursday, September 5 at 5:00 pm.
Submit complete application materials to Patricia Corona
In-person: ASU Tempe Campus, Interdisciplinary Building B, suite B165