ROI-NJ got a sneak peek of three floors on Tuesday (see slideshow above).
It looked impressive.
The classrooms have some of the latest technology and were designed after surveying current medical school students elsewhere, according to Hackensack Meridian Health officials.
The classrooms are designed to function with programs that allow the sharing of information from monitor to monitor.
Each room has at least one, if not more than a dozen, large-screen monitors, and there is no shortage of electrical and USB outlets.
The floors have plenty of room for group seating and group learning environments, including simulation rooms outfitted with video and audio monitoring.
And the lecture halls are flexible — expanding and contracting as needed with partitions.
Read more from ROI-NJ:
- HMH-Seton Hall med school: ‘Goal is to change medical education’
- Murphy to attend May 30 ribbon-cutting for Hackensack Meridian/Seton Hall med school
- Hackensack Meridian-Seton Hall medical school gets accreditation, to open this fall