Radiologic Tech students get special honors
HATTIESBURG – Four Pearl River Community College students received special honors Tuesday during the 2019 Radiologic Technology pinning ceremony at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center.
Sophomore Kye Broom of Petal received a $400 scholarship from the Mississippi Radiologic Society.
Broom, 23, a President’s list scholar at PRCC, plans to enter nuclear medicine school this fall in Chattanooga, Tenn. He found his experience at PRCC to be beneficial for the future.
“What I enjoyed the most was getting to know the teachers and students on a personal level and having the utmost support I needed to chase my future goals,” said Broom.
Fourteen graduates of the Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins May 7 at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in a ceremony marking the end of their two years of study.
They included from left:
Program director Hope Husband, Jessica Steele of Pearlington, Mallory Nuccio of Poplarville, Rachel Jones of Picayune and Kristie Windham, Clinical Coordinator.
Second row - Raegan Lee Fazende of Picayune, Cynthia Mae Dunn of Wiggins and Jade Breeland of Sumrall.
Third row -Natalie Woo of Hattiesburg, Darrian Merritt of Picayune, Monica Beninato of Poplarville, Ashlynn Stuart of Hattiesburg and Megan Corona of Picayune. Top row - Myles Deets of Hattiesburg, Kye Broom of Petal and Christopher Marchetta of Waveland.
Natalie Woo of Hattiesburg received a $200 Hattiesburg Radiologic Group scholarship. She was also awarded the 2019 Radiologic Outstanding Student award recently during the PRCC Awards Day ceremony.
Rachel Jones of Picayune received a couple of awards including the Overall Highest Academy in Achievement Award and the Radiologic Technologist Choice Award.
Darrian Merritt of Picayune received the Radiologic Outstanding Clinical Achievement Ward.