Radiology students do well at conferencePosted May. 11, 2012
KSU Ashtabula Of the 239 students taking the Phillip W. Ballinger Student Assessment Exam, it was one from Kent State University at Ashtabula who achieved the highest overall score. Spring 2012 Radiologic Technology graduate Lori Mayfield was recognized for her achievement at the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists Awards banquet held in Cleveland in April.
The Self-Assessment Examination is designed to help students prepare for the radiography certification exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This exam is prepared in accordance with the ARRT Content Specifications for the Examination in Radiography.
Program Director Gail Schroeder was proud of all the students who attended the meeting, especially Mayfield. "We are very excited for Lori and all her accomplishments of the past two years in the radiology program," Schroeder said.
The Kent State Ashtabula student team also took take 5th place out of 19 teams in the academic quiz bowl competition this year. The Campus team won that competition last year. "I am proud of all their hard work and dedication in preparing for this competition," Schroeder said.
For more information about the radiologic technology program on the Ashtabula Campus call 440-964-4321 or visit the department web page.