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ULM Rad Tech represents university at state seminar

Published May 1, 2023

Rad Tech Midwinter 2023

CAPTION: (L-R): Jaden Book, Brett Bennett, Avery Free 

MONROE, LA ULM’s Radiologic Technology program students and faculty recently represented the university at the Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists (LSRT) Midwinter Seminar in Alexandria, LA on March 11, 2023. 
Senior students participated in a mock exam and critical area review lectures. Andrew Frazier earned the third-highest score on the mock exam out of 99 participants. The junior students participated in interactive events to help build networking and professional skills, study skills for their learning style, and strengthen critical thinking skills. Junior students also participated in a student bee. Avery Free placed second, and Jaden Book placed third overall in the student bee. 
ULM Faculty were also recognized for their contributions to the LSRT. Mr. Brett Bennett, the ULM Radiologic Technology Program Director and Associate Professor, presented a critical area review lecture on image production. Dr. Andy Allen, the ULM Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator and Associate Professor, presented a critical area review lecture on patient care. Mrs. Brittany Smith, an instructor in the Radiologic Technology program, serves as the LSRT Louisiana Educators in Radiologic Sciences (LERS) council chairperson and organized/hosted the senior program for the event. Mrs. Lacy Davis, an Associate Professor in the ULM Radiologic Technology program assisted and facilitated fellow educators in the junior program. 

“I am proud to see our students and faculty represent ULM and the profession of Radiologic Technology so well,” said Brittany Smith.  

For more information about ULM’s Radiologic Technology program, visit www.ulm.edu/radtech.