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Nuclear Medicine Students Receive 100% Pass Rate

Congratulations to Miyah Simmons, Tiler Rice, Alexis Phillips and Charles Smith, 2022 graduates of the Nuclear Medicine program. Each student received a pass rate of 100% on both the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in nuclear medicine and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board Exam.

Respiratory Therapy Pinning

Ten respiratory therapy students were recognized during the Class of 2022 Pinning Ceremony hosted by the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences. The following students were pinned with some receiving additional awards: Hammad Alshamman Cali Angove Jordan Cooper, awarded Respiratory Therapy Academic Excellence Award Kelly Gray, awarded Respiratory Therapy Service Excellence Award Ilana Jones Malka […]

Radiologic Sciences Student Recognized

Over 50 radiologic sciences students were recognized during the Dr. Sharyn D. Gipson Professional Pinning Ceremony hosted by the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences. In addition to receiving pins, the following students were recognized with additional awards: Radiography Clinical Excellence Award: Aaron Hamilton Radiation Therapy Clinical Award: Rebecca Day Sonography Clinical Excellence Award: Tesia […]

Respiratory Therapy Students Respond During Crisis

When a tornado devastated a local community this past April, students from Georgia Southern University’s Respiratory Therapy program sprang into action. Senior respiratory therapy students, Kelly Gray and Ashley Mathis, were ending their scheduled extern shifts at Memorial Hospital when a tornado touched down in Bryan County, Georgia, placing the hospital on mass casualty alert […]

Sock Drive

Faculty and staff in Georgia Southern University’s Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences (DDTS) are hosting a sock drive to collect new socks for the homeless population in Chatham County, Georgia. Leading the effort is Shaunell McGee, M.H.A., instructor, and Katina Starks, M.Ed., administrative assistant. “I have done a similar drive with students in the […]