Bio

<p>Connie&nbsp;Scanga&nbsp;is a Practice Professor of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She received her Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from Temple University in 1994. She has taught Anatomy &amp; Physiology for over 20 years, first at the Community College of Philadelphia, and later at Eastern University and Temple University. After spending 3 years as a Research Fellow at the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research in Wellington, New Zealand, Dr.&nbsp;Scanga&nbsp;returned to teaching at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in 2000. Since 2011 she has co-taught an innovative course called Integrated Anatomy, Physiology &amp; Physical Assessment, which is a foundational course for undergraduate nursing majors.&nbsp;She has won multiple teaching awards, including the School of Nursing’s Dean’s Award for Undergraduate Teaching in 2006 and the University of Pennsylvania Provost’s Award for Teaching Excellence by Non-Standing Faculty in 2009. In her free time, she loves to travel, work in her garden, rock climb, and participate in conversational Spanish classes.</p>

Courses

Vital Signs: Understanding What the Body Is Telling Us

Vital Signs: Understanding What the Body Is Telling Us