OVMC Radiology Students Recognized for Academic Excellence

Participating in Ohio Valley Medical 
Center’s induction for Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Radiologic and 
Imaging Sciences are, front row from left, inductees Taylore Barry and Heather Taylor; back row from left, Sherrie Orlofske, chapter 
co-director and OVMC clinical instructor; Kerri Tush, East Ohio Regional Hospital clinical instructor; inductees Stephanie Adams, Caitlyn Berardi and Laken Ramsay; program director Stephanie Stauver and Debbie Kaiser, chapter 
co-director and OVMC clinical instructor. 

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Participating in Ohio Valley Medical Center’s induction for Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Radiologic and Imaging Sciences are, front row from left, inductees Taylore Barry and Heather Taylor; back row from left, Sherrie Orlofske, chapter co-director and OVMC clinical instructor; Kerri Tush, East Ohio Regional Hospital clinical instructor; inductees Stephanie Adams, Caitlyn Berardi and Laken Ramsay; program director Stephanie Stauver and Debbie Kaiser, chapter co-director and OVMC clinical instructor. Photo Provided

Ohio Valley Medical Center has inducted five senior students into the Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Radiologic and Imaging Sciences.

The new members are Taylore Barry, Heather Taylor, Stephanie Adams, Caitlyn Berardi and Laken Ramsay.

The Dec. 3 ceremony was held in the nurses’ residence living room, where the program faculty presented each inductee with membership pins, honor cords and a Lambda Nu certificate of membership. The ceremony was attended by family, friends and OVMC staff and administration.

There are a total of 184 Lambda Nu chapters in 43 states, with five chapters in West Virginia. This fall, Lambda Nu awarded 18 scholarships. Adams and Taylor were recipients of the essay scholarship.

The Lambda Nu National Honor Society is based on merit and fosters academic scholarship at the highest level. Membership in Lambda Nu is contingent on exemplary didactic and clinical grade averages while in the radiography program.

All members in the West Virginia Omega chapter must have a combined didactic and clinical grade average of 94 percent. OVMC has 27 qualifying members in the chapter.

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