Megan Webster ’21, radiologic and imaging sciences, was selected as one of only two students in the state of Indiana to participate in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP).
Approximately 90-100 students from across the United States will participate in this program, which offers students the opportunity to attend the 2020 ASRT Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 24-28.
“I feel very fortunate to be chosen as one of the Indiana students,” she said. “I didn’t think I’d get the opportunity when I applied, so I’m very appreciative and excited for the conference in June! I attended the ISRT (Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists) conference in October last year and really enjoyed it!”
Students selected for this program receive airfare, housing and a stipend for meals and travel expenses, plus they are afforded an insider’s look into the world’s largest association for medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals with opportunities for networking, education and professional growth.
Webster, of Newburgh, Indiana, is a member of Lambda Nu Theta Chi, USI’s chapter of the national society for radiology students, and she works 20 hours a week at Deaconess Hospital. When she was working on her first degree from USI (double majoring in anthropology and Spanish studies, graduating in 2016) she was an AMIGO orientation leader on campus.
After graduation, she plans to work as an MRI tech, but said she is also open to working in a few different modalities during her career.