Scholarships & Awards

Virtual Student Bowl 2016

Entry Period Now Closed

Students who attend the 2016 Virtual Conference have the opportunity to cash prizes just for participating! The CSRT will be holding a virtual student bowl competition for students attending the online Virtual Conference November 1-30, 2016. This student bowl will feature two (2) $250 cash prizes and one (1) grand prize of $500 cash. Learn more.

 


ASRT Student Leadership Development Program

Apply by Dec. 19, 2016!

The CSRT annually selects two students to participate in the ASRT Student Leadership Development Program. This program offers students a chance to get to know the ASRT, attend educational sessions, and network with medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals. Selected participants will attend the ASRT Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting. To apply for the Student Leadership Development Program, you must complete the application and submit it to the CSRT office. Learn more and apply here.

CSRT Scientific Display Awards

New in 2016! The Scientific Displays are now online as part of the 2016 Virtual Conference. Learn more here.

Application Period Now Closed

The CSRT provides this opportunity to radiologic science students, enrolled in approved California schools, to design a scientific display to compete for a monetary award for creativity while learning and educating the public of topics related to radiologic sciences. 

Congratulations to the 2015 first place winner Laura Misner from California State University Northridge Radiologic Sciences Program, pictured here with her Clinical Coordinator Jennifer Little. Her Scientific Display was entitled "Am I Going to Glow?".

Second place for 2015 was awarded to Morgan Hidas, Anabel Garcia, and Vandana Ram from Mills-Peninsula, and third place went to Josh Roselle, Inna Cotur, and Nonna Bro from City College of San Francisco. 


Anna B. Ames Clinical Excellence Student Grant

Application Period Now Closed

Apply now for the 2016 Anna B. Ames Clinical Excellence Student Grant! Applications must be postmarked by September 9, 2016.

Anna Ames, CRT, lived a life of service to others as a radiographer, a founding leader of CSRT, and as a responsible and active citizen of her community. Anna believed that those served had a right to the best care her talents could provide. The legacy she left is a world better due to her professional competence, her responsibility to duty, her strong belief in ethical principles, and the warmth and vitality shared with all she touched. In memory of Anna Ames, these qualities are being sought in others who are following similar paths of service. The officers of the CSRT choose those student applicants who most closely follow the professional excellence emulated by Ms. Ames, specifically, clinical excellence. Each nominee must complete and submit all application forms in one sealed packet to the CSRT Scholarship Committee Chair postmarked no later than July 1st of the year in which s/he applies for the grant. The amount of the Student Grant is $500.00. The recipient of the student grant will be announced at the CSRT Annual Conference.

Congratulations to the 2015 Grant recipient Anthony Oropeza from Mills-Peninsula Health Services Radiology Program, pictured on the right with his Program Director Patti Hopkins. 

 


Ruth McMillan Academic Excellence Student Grant

Application Period Now Closed

Apply now for the 2016 Ruth McMillan Academic Excellence Student Grant! Applications must be postmarked by September 9, 2016.

Ruth McMillan, CRT, lived a life of service to others as a radiographer, as an educator, and as a responsible and active citizen of her community. Ruth believed that those she served had a right to the best her talents could provide. The legacy she leaves is a world better for her professional competence, her responsibility to duty, her strong belief in ethical principles, and the warmth and vitality she shared with all she touched. In memory of Ruth McMillan, these qualities are being sought in others who are following similar paths of service. The officers of the CSRT choose those student applicants who most closely follow the professional precepts embodied in the career of this member. Each nominee must complete and submit all application forms in one sealed packet to the CSRT Scholarship Committee Chair postmarked no later than July 1st of the year in which s/he applies for the grant. The amount of the Student Grant is $500.00. The recipient of the student grant will be announced at the CSRT Annual Conference.

Congratulations to the 2015 Grant recipient Dyantha Burton from City College of San Francisco Diagnostic Medical Imaging.