Honors in Action (HIA) is an annual project given by the headquarters, wherein members of Phi Theta Kappa conduct academic research of a chosen theme. The results of the research are then implemented as a service project that benefits not only the student body but the community as a whole.
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The purpose of College Project is to establish a supportive relationship between the chapter and the college’s administration. The chapter meets with the college president (or other appropriate administrator) to determine the project of choice to work on, which can be anything that supports the college, De Anza, and the community.
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PULSE originated as the 2011 College Project, winning both regional and international Phi Theta Kappa awards in 2012. Each year PULSE works with a different student cohort to provide additional social support in a college environment that complements what student mentees receive through their instructors and tutors.
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