ASRT awards 9 technologist scholarships

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The American Society of Radiologic Technologists’ Education and Research Foundation has awarded nine scholarships this year as part of the Howard S. Stern Scholarship Program. The scholarships, worth $1,000 each, are presented to ASRT members seeking to enhance their careers by enrolling in certificate programs or bachelor’s, master’s or doctorial degree programs.
   
Contrast agent manufacturer E-Z-EM sponsors the scholarships and is a member of the Foundation’s Health Care Industry Advisory Council. The company has agreed to provide nine $1,000 scholarships annually through 2008. 
   
The 2006 Howard S. Stern scholarship recipients are:

  • Michelle E. Lewis, of Westminster, Colo., enrolled in a master’s in business administration degree program, with a health care administration emphasis, at Regis University;
  • Jennifer B. Barden of Gainesville, Fla., enrolled in a health sciences bachelor’s degree program at NOVA Southeastern University;
  • Denielle R. Clickstein of Peabody, Mass., enrolled in a health care administration master’s degree program at Northcentral University;
  • Christine R. Henry of Northampton , Mass., enrolled in a radiologic and imaging sciences master's degree program at Thomas Jefferson University;
  • Jared L. Martarano of Buffalo, N.Y., enrolled in a nuclear medicine bachelor’s degree program at the University at Buffalo, SUNY;
  • Jerilyn J. Powell of Rapid City, S.D., enrolled in an administrative studies master’s degree program at the University of South Dakota;
  • Lola A. Reader of Louisville, Ky., enrolled in a radiologic science bachelor’s degree program at Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences;
  • Dennis H. Schmeets of West Fargo, N.D., enrolled in a master’s in business administration degree program at the University of Mary; and
  • Debra A. Wainwright of Jacksonville, N.C., enrolled in a radiologic sciences bachelor’s degree program at Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences.