APPLY ANYTIME - In support of professional involvement and advancement within the radiologic sciences, the Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists offers a Grant-In-Aid for supporting research and teaching. Grants are available for expenses to start or supplement research projects, improve, revise, or expand an existing lecture or develop a new lecture. Grant amounts available are subject to the annual budget. Examples might include monetary assistance for research with the intent to publish an article in a medical/educational journal or present an educational lecture at an ISRT educational meeting.
 
The grant is to be used to cover the expenses involved. Expenses could include, but are not limited to literature searches, statistical analysis of data, duplication of forms, mailing materials and postage, developing slides, developing overheads, and duplication of materials. Expenses would not include the applicant's time and travel costs. Greater consideration will be given to proposals that will benefit the ISRT membership.

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NOMINATIONS DUE JUNE 1

The Outstanding Technologist Award may be presented annually to a technologist who consistently exemplifies outstanding values and ethics as a radiologic technologist.  Nominations may be made by any ISRT member in good standing. Nominees will be notified and then be responsible for completing the online biographical sketch form. The Chairman of the Board will then place the nomination and biography on a Board meeting agenda for evaluation and consideration by the Board of Directors. The recipient must be selected by a 2/3 vote of the Board of Directors. The Outstanding Technologist Award recipient plaque will be presented at the Annual Conference business meeting.

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Outstanding Technologist General Guidelines:

  • All nominees shall have maintained continuous active membership in the ISRT for a minimum of 5 years and must be a current member in good standing at the time of nomination.
  • Nominees shall have consistently exemplified outstanding values and ethics as a radiologic technologist.

 

*Current ISRT Board of Director officers are ineligible. Only one award given each year.
**Nominees meeting the general guidelines are not automatically a recipient of the award. The general guidelines establish criteria used by the Board of Directors to evaluate and rate a nominee.


APPLICATIONS DUE JULY 15
The ISRT Scientific Essay Competition is held prior the Annual Conference. The competition is divided into a technologist category and a student category. The Mary Knish Jancosek, RT(R), FASRT, Memorial Award is presented to the 1st place technologist essay winner. The top three entries in each category will also receive monetary awards for their achievements.

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In addition to completing the above application, manuscripts must be emailed to the ISRT Director of Competitions by July 15th to be eligible. Please review complete details of the competition for more information.


APPLICATIONS DUE JULY 15
The ISRT Scientific Exhibit Competition is held during the Annual Conference.  The competition is divided into a technologist category and a student category.  Technologists may enter as an individual only.  Scientific exhibits will be displayed at the ISRT Annual Conference event.  The Richard C. Marks, RT(R) Memorial Award is presented to the 1st place technologist exhibit winner.  The top three entries in each category will also receive monetary awards for their achievements. 

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Please review complete details of the competition for more information.


APPLICATIONS DUE AUGUST 1 - UP TO $400 AWARDED
The Margaret "Peggi" Drown Memorial Scholarship is intended to provide funds to offset the cost associated with attendance at the ISRT Annual Conference and Business Meeting. One scholarship will be awarded annually as budget permits; not to exceed $400. 

Online Application Includes:

  • Verification of ISRT membership for a minimum 1+ year(s)
  • Personal narrative regarding the annual conference
  • Agreement to submit an article for publication in the ISRT Winter Journal regarding your experience at the annual conference
  • Agreement to attend all Annual Conference educational sessions and functions including the Annual Business Meeting


*Current ISRT Board of Director officers and Executive Staff are ineligible. Scholarship can only be received once.

 

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APPLICATIONS DUE FEB 1
The Past Presidents Technologist Scholarship is to provide a cash award to be used to further the education in the radiologic sciences of a registered radiologic technologist/sonographer. You do NOT need to be a past ISRT president to apply.

The scholarship must be used for the continuation of education in the radiologic sciences. This could include:

  • Working on an additional credential in radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine or sonography from an accredited program.
  • Working towards an advanced degree in the Radiologic Sciences such as a baccalaureate, masters, etc.
  • Education to obtain additional skills in areas such as education, administration or supervision.

 

Online Application Includes:

  • Verification of current ISRT membership and ARRT registry or equivalent (NMTCB, ARDMS, etc.)
  • Documentation of active ISRT participation (at least one time) which could include serving as an officer, committee chairman or member, lecturer, award recipient, etc.  *Attendance at ISRT educational meetings/lectures does NOT constitute ISRT participation.
  • Proof of enrollment in the educational program (ie. letter of acceptance)
  • Applicant statement as to why you believe you should be awarded the scholarship

    *Scholarship can be received more than once but preference will be given to first time applicants.


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