Webinar: Integrating Lt-Based Inquiry Into an Existing Anatomy & Physiology Lab Sequence

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"Use lecture to your advantage so that you can use lab for what it does best."

In this on-demand webinar in support of the Center for Physiology Education, Professor Lance Urven of Marian University discusses how he maximizes student mastery of anatomical structure, physiological concepts, and scientific reasoning.

Learn how he structures his A&P course to make sure his anatomy labs, physiology labs, and lectures are in sync, and how he supports students to conduct their own investigations.

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About the speaker:

Dr. Lance Urven

Lance Urven, Ph. D.    
Professor, Marian University    
Lance Urven is Professor of Biology at Marian University in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, with doctoral training at the University of California, Davis, and post-doctoral study at the Johns Hopkins University and the (then) Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research.

He has taught undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology, Histology, Cell Biology, and Developmental Biology among other subjects for 32 years, and was the recipient of awards for College of Letters and Sciences Teacher of the Year at Wisconsin-Whitewater and Underkofler Teacher of the Year at Marian.

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