Rapoport Academy students create animated monsters | Education

What does a monster look like? If you are a preschooler of Rapaport Academy, the answer may be a purple star with four legs and four eyes. Or a dusty circle with roses with freckles tentacles and stones bouncing off your head. Or a pentagonal four-armed monster that squirts things when walking. For the graphic … Read more

Anatomy education in US Medical Schools: before, during, and beyond COVID-19 | BMC Medical Education

As far as we know, this is the first study that describes the current state and future of general anatomical education in medical schools involving more than 80% of course directors. It is also the first study to objectively and subjectively analyze the impact of COVID-19 and how this impact fits into recent trends in … Read more

The complex anatomy of technology regulation

The 2020s will be characterized by new regulation of technology. But while modern technologies are global, the rules governing their development and use are not. As a result, the fragmentation of politics is often associated with different values ​​and political ideologies in key jurisdictions: the United States, the European Union, and China. In this narrative, … Read more

Education a generational value in Fredericksburg surgeon’s family | State and Regional News

FREDERIXBURG – Dr. Henry Wicker Jr. recalls that some people looked at him as if he had left the spacecraft more than 30 years ago when he arrived as the first black surgeon in Fredericksburg. Others did not want to see him at all. There were a few patients who did not understand his race … Read more

Education has been a core value in surgeon’s family for centuries | Local News

When more than 30 years ago Dr. Henry Wicker Jr. came to Fredericksburg as the first black surgeon, he said some people looked at him as if he had left a spaceship. Others did not want to see him at all. There were a few patients who did not understand his race when signing up … Read more

COLUMN: Technology interwoven in the games we play | Columns

While enjoying an overnight stay with my grandchildren, I couldn’t help but notice that technology also appeared for fun in Gigi and Dad. As much as I wanted to complain about it, I’m just as guilty, with a cell phone that can also hang around my neck. Five of the grandchildren – nine to four … Read more

The anatomy of technology regulation

The 2020s will undoubtedly be characterized by new technology regulation. But while modern technologies are global, the rules governing their development and use are not. As a result, the fragmentation of politics is often associated with different values ​​and political ideologies in key jurisdictions: the United States, the European Union, and China. In this narrative, … Read more