(Marietta, Ohio, August 10, 2009) - The School of Radiologic Technology, sponsored by Marietta Memorial Hospital, in affiliation with Washington State Community College (WSCC), Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital, is holding its 2009 graduation ceremony on Friday, Aug. 14, 2009 at 7 p.m. in the Graham Auditorium on the Washington State Community College campus.††
The School of Radiologic Technology graduates have successfully completed two years of full-time didactic classes and clinical experiences, demonstrating and documenting knowledge, competence, and proficiency in the art and science of radiologic technology. Didactic classes were held at WSCC, and each graduate completed supervised clinical experiences and evaluations in the radiology departments at Marietta Memorial Hospital, Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital.
†Sixteen students will receive the hospital's Certificate of Completion for the accredited program, which allows them to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification exam to become a Registered Radiologic Technologists [R.T. (R)]. Graduates will also receive the Associate of Applied Science [A.A.S.] degree in Radiologic Technology from Washington State Community College for completion of the hospitalís certificate award requirements plus the optional additional courses required for the degree.
Individuals honored at the graduation ceremony include: Cassandra Bohl, Vincent, OH; Kayla Britton, Marietta, OH;† Ariel Bungard, Vienna, WV; Jessica Cade, St. Marys, WV; Angela Dalrymple, St. Marys, WV; Aneysa Dearth, Belpre, OH; Rachel Dennis, Parkersburg, WV; Sara Gainer, Washington, WV; Jacalyn Martin, Caldwell, OH; Ashley McAtee, Mineral Wells, WV; Keasandra Moore, McConnelsville, OH; Jonathan Mullins, Belpre, OH; Cassie Mummey, Beverly, OH; Sarah Oldaker, Parkersburg, WV; Sara Nohe, Davisville, WV; and Allen Thompson, Fleming, OH.
The School of Radiologic Technology accepts applications for student selection from December through February each year. Selected students begin technical courses in September and follow the WSCC school calendar. Program informational packets are available upon request from WSCC. For additional information, please contact Paul Richards, program director, at 374-8716 x1720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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