Kaskaskia College Graduates 23 Students This Spring in Radiologic Technology Program

June 21, 2021

Kaskaskia College’s Radiologic Technology Program recently held its pinning ceremony honoring 23 graduates. 

Bre Speaks of Salem was presented with both the Most Improved and the Outstanding Radiologic Technology Student Awards for 2021.  This is the first time in the program’s history that the same student has received both awards. 

Bre’s plans include starting in the x-ray field and furthering her career in the CT world. She is not sure what other modalities she wants to accomplish but is excited to be a registered technologist! 

Bre is the daughter of Jenifer Rooney and Jeff Stuber.

First Row:  Stephanie Lowe- Brownstown; Bre Speaks- Salem; Kayle Harmon- Dieterich; Jenna Ritchey- Beckemeyer; Kadi File- Greenville; Taylor Cox- Westville; Kenney Luebbers- Bartelso

Second Row:  Sharon Elwood- Radiology Faculty; Jenn Johnson- Hoffman; Caitlin Trame- Breese; Molly Dearmond- DuQuoin; Taylor Hobbs- Murphysboro; Rachel Petrea- Salem; Lindsay Dagen- Vandalia; Brianna Heckenkemper- Breese; Danielle Deiters- Germantown; Kalyn Baum- Salem; Jenna Wuebbels- Germantown; Sadie Varel- Breese; Alex Wallis- Highland; Gabby Langenfeld- Salem; Jillian Collier- Sorento; Mimi Polczynski- Radiology Program Director; Candace Sloat- Radiology Faculty

Female student posing with awards.  
Students outside of KC's HPC Building
Random Photo of a Pretty Building

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