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Campus Community Mourns Passing of Ronald J. O’Reilly

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences mourns Ronald J. O’Reilly, who recently passed away at the age of 85. A memorial service for O’Reilly will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, in the McCleary … (Read More) Campus Community Mourns Passing of Ronald J. O’Reilly

A Dozen Radiologic Sciences Students Win Research Awards at State Conference

The Department of Radiologic Sciences faculty and students attended the 2018 Idaho Society of Radiologic Technologists (ISRT) annual conference and celebrated many successes. Four groups of Boise State students won awards at the ISRT conference. Awards included: Student Investigational Essay … (Read More) A Dozen Radiologic Sciences Students Win Research Awards at State Conference

Saint Alphonsus Invites Boise State Students to Go Beyond Their Major

Saint Alphonsus, in an ongoing partnership with Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences, recently hosted the second annual Student Engagement Night. The event was held on Monday, Jan. 29 in the McCleary Auditorium of the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical … (Read More) Saint Alphonsus Invites Boise State Students to Go Beyond Their Major

Students Invited to Present Scholarship at Different Conferences This Spring

College of Health Sciences students have been invited to participate in the opportunity to present research at two of the three upcoming conferences: the Interprofessional Education Scholarship Conference, the Undergraduate Research Conference, and the Graduate Student Showcase. Students are encouraged … (Read More) Students Invited to Present Scholarship at Different Conferences This Spring

Radiologic Sciences Attends 2018 ACERT Conference

A large group representing Boise State’s School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences, traveled to Las Vegas the first week of February to attend the 43rd annual Association of Collegiate Educator in Radiologic Technology (ACERT) conference. The conference … (Read More) Radiologic Sciences Attends 2018 ACERT Conference

College of Health Sciences Bringing Online Learning to More Students

Boise State University strives to bring accessible, quality education through online courses to students regardless of where they may be physically located. The College of Health Sciences is working to bring their programs to rural learners across the state and … (Read More) College of Health Sciences Bringing Online Learning to More Students

Radiologic Sciences Hosts Alumni and Friends Events

The School of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Radiologic Sciences recently hosted two events on consecutive days in November with the aim of giving back to the medical imaging community in the region. On Friday evening, November 10, the department … (Read More) Radiologic Sciences Hosts Alumni and Friends Events

Radiologic Sciences Faculty Give Back

In an effort to contribute in meaningful ways to their profession, a number of faculty members in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences have recently taken on leadership positions in a variety of state and national … (Read More) Radiologic Sciences Faculty Give Back

Congratulations to the First Graduates of the Online Imaging Sciences Program!

The first seven students from the online associate of science to bachelor of science Imaging Sciences Program graduated in December 2016. Of the seven, five attended the fall 2016 commencement ceremonies. These students traveled from California, Idaho, and Montana with … (Read More) Congratulations to the First Graduates of the Online Imaging Sciences Program!

Radiologic Sciences Department Honors Alumni Involved in Fatal Crash

Two alumni from Boise State’s radiologic sciences department were involved in a fatal head-on collision on Monday, Jan. 9, as a kidnapping suspect attempted to allude police in Ontario, Oregon. David Bates was killed and his wife, Jessica Bates, was critically injured. … (Read More) Radiologic Sciences Department Honors Alumni Involved in Fatal Crash