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Informational Q & A with Radiologic Sciences - Shared screen with speaker view
desiree levesque
25:24
can you explain how the summers will work for the 3 year program? I’m still not positive how it all works.
Macey O'Connell
26:38
About how many people are admitted to radiological sciences program a year? How many people would be in the classroom?
Michele
32:47
How is housing arranged for summer clinicals?
Macey O'Connell
34:31
Are there any internship or job opportunities in the hospital setting that are nearby, or that Quinnipiac works with?
Macey O'Connell
47:43
Can students get certified in radiation therapy, and how many radiologic undergrads move on to your graduate programs, like the assistant program?
mariaglyptis
50:09
I live in the New York metro area, are there any summer clinical opportunities here?
Macey O'Connell
56:41
Are radiation assistants that are graduating finding good job opportunities, and where?
Michele
58:33
Do you only learn with people as patients or do you also use animals?
Macey O'Connell
01:03:20
Can you give a description on what a Radiation Assistant’s job would entail?
Michele
01:03:37
do the students feel the equipment they are using on campus is as up to date as the hospitals where they do clinicals?
Shelley Candler
01:05:23
Macey, if you would like additional information you should contact Prof. John Candler, the director of the program. He can be contacted at John.Candler@qu.edu
Macey O'Connell
01:09:13
20moconnell@nerinxhs.org Thank you all so much for your time, it was super helpful!
Alicia Giaimo
01:09:16
Alicia Giaimo Alicia.giaimo@qu.edu
Michele
01:09:23
thank you very much for your time
gianna
01:09:40
Gianna Pezzotti 81415@gehrhsd.net
Pauline Rocha
01:09:59
Thank you all for your time. Be well be safe
wolide
01:10:13
Wolide Yessuf, wolideyessuf@gmail.com
gianna
01:10:28
thank you for your time!