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May 04, 2012 at 11:00 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 5/4/12.  Morgan Community College (MCC) held its first pinning ceremony for Radiologic Technology graduates last week at the Fort Morgan campus.

After receiving a warm welcome and a charge for the future from MCC President Dr. Kerry Hart, the graduates were addressed by program director Bruce Hawkins and reminded of the vital responsibilities they will hold in patient care. Student representative, Krysti Johnson, fondly addressed each one of her fellow classmates with memories of the past two years, recalling above all how they supported each other through this venture while also dealing with the events of everyday life.

The Morgan Community College Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Radiologic Technology prepares students for an entry level position as a Radiology Technician. Radiology Technicians are employed in a variety of settings, including hospitals, surgery centers and clinics. The program consists of classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences. The following students are the first graduating class for the Radiologic Technology program.

 

Christine Adams

Heather Greenwell

Brandi Griffee

Kayla Hietbrink

Krysti Johnson

Jim Mueggenberg

Amanda Wood

 

Please contact Advisor Gwen Steffen for more information about the Radiologic Technologies program 542-3224, or visit www.MorganCC.edu.

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