February Marks Two Important Deadlines
Source: American Society of Radiologic Technologists
Radiologic technology students and professionals should be aware of two upcoming deadlines. The deadlines, both in February, are for submitting grant and scholarship applications to the American Society of Radiologic Technologists Education and Research Foundation.
The first deadline, February 1, 2007, is for submitting applications for three entry-level and five professional-level scholarship programs.
The entry-level scholarship programs are the:
Jerman-Cahoon Scholarship Program that provide seven $2,500 scholarships to outstanding students who have at least a 3.0 grade point average in their radiologic science core curriculum.
Royce Osborn Minority Student Scholarship Program, with scholarships worth $4,000 each, provides scholarships to outstanding minority radiologic sciences students.
Varian Radiation Therapy Scholarship Program provides scholarships, worth $5,000 each, to outstanding students in radiation therapy programs.
The professional-level scholarship programs are the:
Elekta Radiation Therapy Educators Scholarship Program that assists educator therapists who are pursuing a bachelor’s or advanced college degree to enhance their position as a program director, faculty member, clinical coordinator or clinical instructor. The annual scholarships are worth $5,000 each.
GE Healthcare Management Scholarship Program that provides support for ASRT members who are pursuing an advance college degree in the business and health care administration. Scholarships of up to $5,000 each are awarded annually.
Howard S. Stern Scholarship Program providing $1,000 scholarships to radiologic technologists completing an additional certification or college degree in medical imaging, radiation therapy or medical dosimetry.
Monster Medical Imaging Educators Scholarship Program that assists educators who are pursuing their college degree to enhance their position as a program director, faculty member, clinical coordinator or clinical instructor by awarding $5,000 scholarships.
Siemens Clinical Advancement Scholarship Program. This program assists medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals seeking to enhance their clinical practice skills and ability to provide excellent patient care by completing a certificate, bachelor’s or master’s degree in an approved radiologic sciences program, including but not limited to specialty disciplines such as CT/MRI, sonography, radiation therapy or dosimetry. Scholarships are worth $3,000 each
The second deadline, February 15, 2007, is for submitting proposals for the Research Grant Award Program. The grant program assists ASRT members, who are registered medical imaging or radiation therapy professionals, with an award of up to $10,000 to initiate a research project in the radiologic sciences, for either completing a dissertation or in affiliation with an academic or clinical institution.
For more information about the scholarship and grant programs, visit www.asrt.org/foundation..
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