Scholarships and Grants

The WSRT provides scholarships and grants each year to students and technologists continuing their education.  Applicants must be members of the WSRT.

Bruce E. Johnson Memorial Grant Requirements

Qualifications

  1. This grant is available to second-year students and graduate students who have completed training within the last six (6) months.
  2. Graduate students must be employed in the profession or enrolled in an advanced program and proof must be provided
  3. Applications will be accepted from February 1st – July 1st and will be awarded at the annual conference.
  4. All applicants must be WSRT members by application deadline.
  5. The Board of Directors will determine the number and amount of the grants.

Grant Application Process

  1. Submit a completed application form via the website
  2. Submit a copy of radiology program grade transcripts through the most recent completed semester/quarter. Applicant must have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA
  3. Submit two (2) professional references
  4. Submit proof of WSRT membership
  5. Complete the required essay(s) on the application.

All five items must be submitted to the Education for Students chairperson via the online application no sooner than February 1 and no later than July 1. Incomplete applications will disqualify the candidate.

Grant Selection Process

  1. The committee chairperson will form a committee of at least 3, but not more than 5 active WSRT members to review the applications.
  2. The committee will review all the applications for completeness.
  3. The committee will then rank the application based on:
    1. Representation of the Profession
    2. Grade point average
    3. References submitted  
    4. Future goals
    5. Quality of essay(s)
  4. The committee will present the scores to the board to decide on winners and amounts of each award.
  5. The committee will inform the Board at the pre-conference meeting with the recipients being announced at the Annual Banquet

Bruce E. Johnson Memorial Grant

This grant is available to current students (or those who have completed training within the last six (6) months) who are members of the WSRT

Mickey Patch Scholarship Requirements

Qualifications

  1. This scholarship is awarded every year to a graduate student or R.T. who is pursuing their career in an advanced registry or working on any type of continuing education effort.
  2. All applicants must be WSRT members by application deadline.
  3. Applications will be accepted from February 1st – July 1st and will be awarded at the annual conference.
  4. The Board of Directors will determine the number and amount of the scholarships.

Scholarship Application Process

  1. Submit a completed application form via the website
  2. Submit two (2) professional references
  3. Submit proof of WSRT membership
  4. Complete the required essay(s) on the application.

All four items must be submitted to the Education for Students chairperson via the online application no sooner than February 1 and no later than July 1. Incomplete applications will disqualify the candidate.

Scholarship Selection Process

  1. The committee chairperson will form a committee of at least 3, but not more than 5 active WSRT members to review the applications.
  2. The committee will review all the applications for completeness.
  3. The committee will then rank the application based on:
    1. Representation of the Profession
    2. References submitted
    3. Future goals
    4. Quality of essay(s)
    1. The committee will present the scores to the board to decide on winners and amounts of each award.
    2. The committee will inform the Board at the pre-conference meeting with the recipients being announced at the Annual Banquet.
    Mickey Patch Scholarship

    The Mickey Patch scholarship is awarded every year to a graduate student or RT who is pursuing their career in an advanced registry or working on any type of Continuing Education effort.

    Please note that you MUST be a WSRT member by the application deadline

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