Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Congrats to Terry

Terry Seals is the new director of Radiologic Technology at Vol State. Previously she was interim director and an associate professor. She has been at Vol State and with the program since 2004.

“I believe that just about every hospital in Middle Tennessee has at least one Vol State graduate working in various areas,” Seals said. Radiologic technology is one of the most competitive programs at Vol State. Students from across the South apply. The program has a 100 percent five-year, in-field, job placement rate for graduates.

“When people go into radiologic technology the options for advancement are many, including specialties in CT, MRI, mammography, interventional, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy,” she said.

Seals holds a Master of Science in Education degree from Walden University in Minneapolis; a certificate in Radiation Oncology from Methodist Hospital in Memphis; and a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degree from the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences in Memphis.

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