published September 12, 2012

Alix Fink and Ellen Goldey Selected as Vision and Change Fellows

We congratulate Dr. Alix Fink of Longwood University and Dr. Ellen Goldey of Wofford College, two longtime leaders in the SENCER community, on their selection as Vision and Change Leadership Fellows by PULSE, the Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education.

Ellen Goldey

The PULSE initiative, which is jointly supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, was featured in the June 20 eNews issue. Forty "thoughtful chairs, former chairs, deans or equivalent level faculty members who share a passion for undergraduate biology education, concern for its future, the ability to influence change at the departmental level, and the desire to act at the local and national levels" have been chosen following a competitive application process. To learn more about PULSE and the Vision and Change Fellows, please visit the website.

Photographs of Dr. Alix Fink (top right) and Dr. Ellen Goldey (left).