Radiography Students Participate in "Top Off 3" Disaster Drill


Fifteen Radiography students at Mercer County Community College made themselves willing victims of the "plague" during the international "Top Off 3" disaster drill on April 6. They took on the roles of patients with coughs and fevers who waited for health care.

Participating from the program’s sophomore class, from left, were Jenny Edu, Nick D’Amico, Diane McLaughlin, Richleu Gehyeka, Janine O’Hearen, Annapurna Chandwani, and Nikki Carr. Not pictured is Patricia Petersack.

Freshmen class members who participated include, from left: Jean-Rosby Augustave, Viola Grabowski, Sarah Maisto, Praveena Koganti, Fatu Witherspoon and Amy Hotchkiss. Not pictured are Gina Giragosian and Mary Voacolo.

MCCC's associate degree program in Radiography prepares students to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination to become nationally certified and licensed in New Jersey. One hundred percent of the college's 2004 graduates passed the exam, with a mean score above the national and state averages.

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