HAPS Web 12- Travel Award Applications DUE Monday 12/1!

Skully in San Antonio
Are you planning to hang with the HAPSters in San Antonio? Apply for a scholarship now!

If you’re looking for financial assistance in getting to San Antonio in May, HAPS has your back.  There are four awards available to help you make it happen.

ALL of these applications are DUE by December 1, so get your things together and apply now!

The Sam Drogo Technology in the Classroom Award
This award is given to someone who demonstrates innovative use of technology to engage undergraduates in human anatomy and physiology. Two awards are available, both sponsored by ADInstruments.
Award: Awards up to $500 to attend the HAPS annual conference.

Robert Anthony Scholarship
This award is given to new instructors in A&P with the goal of helping new faculty network with seasoned professionals during their first five (5) years of teaching anatomy and physiology by attending the HAPS annual conference.
Award: Pays for registration fee at the annual conference.

Contingent Faculty Scholarship
This award is set up to encourage Contingent Faculty to network with seasoned professionals by attending the HAPS annual conference.
Award: Covers registration fee at the HAPS annual conference.

HAPS Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Travel Award
This award is given to graduate students or postdoctoral students who attend and present at the HAPS annual conference.
Award: $400 cash and annual conference registration fee is waived.

**ALL AWARD APPLICATIONS ARE DUE DECEMBER 1, 2014**

HAPS Web 11- Thieme and HAPS join forces!

As part of a larger partnership that includes 30% off all Thieme products for HAPS members and students, the HAPS leadership is proud to announce a new award to recognize and reward excellence in undergraduate A&P instruction.
As part of a larger partnership that includes 30% off all Thieme products for HAPS members and students, the HAPS leadership is proud to announce a new award to recognize and reward excellence in undergraduate A&P instruction.

HAPS is always trying to find ways to make the lives of its members easier.  For example, HAPS offers scholarships to ease the financial burden of participating in HAPS conferences or HAPS-I courses.  But HAPS also negotiates deals for its members, like the most recent partnership between HAPS and Thieme.

This new partnership has two excellent member benefits.  First, Thieme is proud to now offer all HAPS members and their students 30% off and free shipping* for all titles from Thieme.com. This generous deal benefits members AND their students.

Second, Thieme is sponsoring the 2015 HAPS-Thieme Excellence in Teaching Award!  This award is designed to recognize and reward excellence in undergraduate A&P instruction.  Award winners must be nominated by colleagues and will demonstrate the core value of HAPS.  Nominations are allowed from instructors or administrators at accredited institution in the US or Canada.  The winner of this award will receive a $1,500 cash prize and free registration for the 2015 Annual HAPS conference in San Antonio.
The deadline for  nomination is January 1, 2015.

Nominators must have:

  • Experience as an instructor or administrator at an accredited institution in the US or Canada
  • At least two years of A&P (broadly defined) teaching experience or administrative experience
  • Direct knowledge of the instructor being nominated and be able to explain why the nominee deserves this award

Nominees must:

  • Be teaching an A&P course (broadly defined) in 2014-2015 academic year with an expectation that he/she will continue as an A&P instructor going forward
  • Be a HAPS member in good standing on January 1, 2015
  • Be an exemplary teacher
  • Provide a CV and a note saying that he/she understands that he/she must attend the annual conference.

*Free shipping applies only to orders placed on www.thieme.com  and  ebookstore.thieme.com. Offer available in the continental US only. All prices are subject to change without notice. This promotion is available for a limited time only.