The Department of Medical Imaging at Misericordia University recently held its annual Medical Imaging Senior Recognition Luncheon to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating senior class and to induct students into the Misericordia University Alpha Chapter of Lambda Nu, the national honor society for the radiologic and imaging sciences.
Misericordia University students inducted into Lambda Nu include Brooke Butler, Springbrook Twp.; Rachel Callahan, Wapwallopen; Jaclyn Hajec, Utica, N.Y.; Molly Harris, Trout Run; Krysten Herbert, Callicoon, N.Y.; Michael Niggli, Conklin, N.Y., and Michelle Sehested, Kings Park, N.Y.
The Misericordia University Alpha Chapter of Lambda Nu was established in 2001. Membership in the honor society is based on an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better and enrollment as a full-time medical imaging student for four or more semesters. Students must also demonstrate evidence of professional commitment beyond the minimum program requirements; the pursuit or completion of an independent research project; be active members in the Misericordia University Medical Imaging Club, and be involved in college-wide student committees and medical-imaging activities.
For more information about the medical imaging program at Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or visit www.misericordia.edu/mi.
The Department of Medical Imaging at Misericordia University inducted students into the Alpha Chapter of Lambda Nu, the national honor society for the radiologic and imaging sciences. Participating in the induction ceremony, first row from left, are Jaclyn Hajec, Utica, N.Y.; Molly Harris, Trout Run, Pa., and Rachel Callahan, Wapwallopen, Pa.; second row, Michael Niggli, Conklin, N.Y.; Krysten Herbert, Callicoon, N.Y.; Paula Pate-Schloder, M.S., R.T.(R)(CV)(CT)(VI), F.A.E.I.R.S., associate professor and chair of the Department of Medical Imaging; Michelle Sehested, Kings Park, N.Y., and Brooke Butler, Springbrook Twp., Pa.