Rad Techs Get Pinned
On Thursday April 28, the NHTI Radiologic Technology Class of 2016 held its Pinning Ceremony,
attended by family, friends, technologists and supervisors from affiliated hospitals.
Held in Grappone Hall, it was attended by approximately 175 people!
Twenty-eight students have completed and will be graduating from the Radiologic Technology program this year.
"It was a beautiful, emotional and exciting event," says Patty Lenza, Professor of Diagnostic Imaging and faculty advisor to the Central Ray Society.
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May 6, 2016