Education

Anatomage Table Expands Learning for Ursuline Students

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A virtual dissection table brings new opportunities to expand learning at Ursuline High School.

Ursuline students enrolled in science courses for the 2019-2020 school year will learn on the new Anatomage Table, an anatomy visualization system used for anatomy and physiology education in colleges and universities. It’s been adopted by many of the world’s leading medical schools and institutions, according to a press release.

A grant from the Home Savings Charitable Foundation, the Frank and Pearl E. Gelbman Charitable Foundation as well as several Ursuline Alumni and friends of the school helped to underwrite the purchase of the $75,000 piece of technology.

Four seniors – Brady Leugers, Sean Phillips, Caroline Scharf and Keona Wilkie – have been recognized as National Merit Scholars and will be notified this fall if they advance to the next round of National Merit Semi-Finalist.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.