Patrick Henry Community College on Thursday accepted one of 22 awards presented by Gov. Ralph Northam’s Innovative Use of Technology In Education Award for its introduction of an “Anatomage Table” as an educational training device for students studying health-related sciences. The awards, presented at a symposium in Richmond, recognize outlets that have “implemented exceptionally innovative solutions for providing public services,” a release said. A panel selected the winners. PHCC used a $72,000 donation from The Harvest Foundation to purchase the table, which is a life-sized digital alternative to a having human cadaver.

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