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RCBC’s imaging students inducted into new chapter of honor society

Rowan College at Burlington County students from the diagnostic medical sonography and radiography programs were inducted into the Lambda Nu national honor society.
Students from Rowan College at Burlington County’s imaging programs were inducted into Lambda Nu on Nov. 15, a national honor society for radiologic and imaging sciences. For the first time this year, sonography students were inducted alongside seven of their peers from the radiography program, which has the oldest Lambda Nu chapter in the state.
 
“The students in the diagnostic medical sonography and radiography programs are dedicated and diligent in their studies,” Dr. Karen Montalto, Dean of Health Sciences at the college, said. “The induction into Lambda Nu is a reflection of their hard work and academic excellence.”
 
The induction ceremony of 15 students took place after the opening of the college’s new state-of-the-art Health Sciences Center, which features suites for both the radiography and diagnostic medical sonography programs, earlier this year.
 
“With all that the Health Sciences Division has to offer, like our new state-of-the-art equipment, it’s no wonder our students continue to excel academically,” said RCBC Acting President Michael Cioce. “And thanks to our premier partnership with Virtua, one of the region’s leading healthcare employers, I’m confident that they will continue to impress us as they move into their careers.”
 
For more information about the Health Sciences Division at RCBC, go to rcbc.edu/health-sciences.