Misericordia student receives scholarship from national organization

Paula Pate Schloder and Victoria Narbone

Victoria Narbone, a junior in the Medical Imaging Program at Misericordia University in Wanaque, NJ, received a $1,000.00 scholarship from the American Society of Radiologic Sciences (ASRT). The scholarship is presented annually to one student in each state and is funded by ASRT. Narbone’s selection was made by the board of trustees of the Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Sciences.

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Sciences. Additionally, they must complete a lengthy application process outlining their membership in

professional societies, community service, academic activities and completing several essays. Narbone was recently selected by faculty in the Department of Medical Imaging to serve on the Student Advisory Committee for the College of Health Sciences and Education.

“Our entire department is very proud of Victoria for receiving this scholarship. She is an exceptional student and very involved on campus, both in the major and in the university as a whole,” said Paula Pate-Schloder, MS , RT, Associate Professor and Head of the Medical Imaging Department.

The mission of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists is to advance and elevate the profession of medical imaging and radiation therapy and to improve the quality and safety of patient care. ASRT strives to be the premier professional association for the medical imaging and radiation therapy community through education, advocacy, research and innovation.


Pictured are Paula Pate Schloder, MS, RT, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Medical Imaging, and Victoria Narbone.


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