2022 Radiologic Technology program graduates

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Students and Instructors from the Radiology Tech program sit and stand in front of PRCC backdrop

Eighteen graduates of the Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Campus received pins Tuesday, May 3, in a ceremony in the Dr. J. Cecil Burt Events Room marking the end of their two years of study.

They included from left: Seated – Gregory Evans of Clinton, Kimberly Holmes of Tylertown, Taylor Daley of Purvis, Lexis Picou of Picayune, Marissa Knight of Tylertown, Karrie McPhail of Bassfield, Rylee Morris of Richton, Courtney Poole of Petal, and Ethan Burge of Poplarville. Standing – Kristie Windham, Clinical Coordinator; Hope Husband, Program Director; Moez Larbi of Gulfport, Taylor Morales of Carriere, Ilyssa-Leigh Easton of Hurley, Quintavious Watkins of Drew, Levi Knight of Bay St. Louis, Jessie Quinn Shoemaker of Lucedale, Katie Wallace of Mendenhall, Jolie Williams of Hurley, Nicholas Farrell of Picayune and Jessica Dobson, Radiology instructor.

Rows of people seated in chairs inside large room

Students who received special honors include Daley, who received the Overall Outstanding Achievement and Mississippi Radiologic Society Scholarship; Easton, who received the Radiologic Technologist Choice Award and Outstanding Clinical Achievement Award; Morales, who received the Academic Excellence Award; and Farrell, Knight and Morris, who each received an Academic Achievement Award.

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