Halmos Faculty Represents NSU at HAPS Annual Conference
This summer, Halmos college faculty member, Santanu De, Ph.D. represented NSU at the 2020 Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) Virtual Annual Conference. Organized by Pearson Education, a Zoom meeting at this conference consisted of Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) faculty from across the US. The topic of discussion was “Teaching A&P Online: time-saving strategies for effective instruction”.
The mission of HAPS is to promote excellence in the teaching of anatomy and physiology. HAPS is open to anyone interested in Anatomy & Physiology Education, and currently includes over 1,700 members from high schools, two- and four-year colleges, universities, and private businesses in the United States, Canada and throughout the rest of the world.
The annual HAPS national conference, regional conferences, the HAPS Educator and HAPS Institute courses provide members with an important means of updating their knowledge, improving technical/pedagogical skills, investigating new technologies for the laboratory/classroom, as well as networking with a growing international contingent of peers.