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In-person learning got creative under pandemic safety protocols. From masks to hybrid models to super-sized classrooms, see how faculty and students pulled off a successful academic year.

The process of dissecting a cadaver typically involves five first-year students standing close together for hours at a time. To maintain social distance this year, Dale Ritter, PhD, anatomy course director, and his teaching staff moved to doing prosections, where one instructor performed the dissection before the lab session. Students then filed through the anatomy lab to see the dissected area and ask questions.

Student dissecting a cadaver
SHOW AND TELL: Postdoctoral teaching associate Michael Rowley, PhD, left, traces the path of the ulnar nerve with Catherine Nacier ’19 MD’24, center, and Geoffrey (Jeff) Binney MD’24.

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