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Health Physics Society CSU Student Branch

The Health Physics Society Student Chapter is a professional organization whose mission is excellence in the science and practice of radiation safety.  Society activities include encouraging research in radiation science, developing standards, and disseminating radiation safety information.  Society members are involved in understanding, evaluating, and controlling the potential risks from radiation relative to the benefits.



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 Annual HPS Meetings

 
 

 Health Physics Program Information

 
 

 Health Physics Resources

 
 

 Health Physics Faculty Information

 
 

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ERHS Graduate Student Coordinator

Jeanne Brockway
106A Environmental Health Building
1681 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO  80523-1681
970-491-5003
jeanne.brockway@colostate.edu

With Dr. Tom Johnson as the faculty advisor, Health Physics students have established an interactive health physics review program for individuals who want board certification.  Students are responsible for developing course material and delivering lectures to an audience of 50, coming in on-line from around the world.  Funds raised from the course are being used to cover the costs to attend professional annual meetings and student field trips to such places as the Los Alamos National laboratory in New Mexico.

Information and registration for the on-line course can be found on the CSU Online Plus page  - EDLL 2005 - Health Physics Exam Review

Below are Health Physics Student Branch highlights.

 

2014

Snowshoeing Trip in Rocky Mountain National Park

 


2012

Annual Technical Meeting

The Central Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Health Physics Society held their Annual Technical Meeting at CSU on April 12, 2012. Two students were presented awards for their student presentations. David Oertli, a Ph.D. candidate, was awarded best student presentation and Rafe McBeth, another Ph.D. candidate, was awarded third place. Both students received a nice check from the Central Rocky Mountain Chapter as part of their award. HPS President Elect, Dr. Armin Ansari presented the awards to David and Rafe.


2011

Featured Speaker

On October 20, 2011 a joint meeting was held with the Central Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Health Physics Society and the CSU Student Branch of the HPS. this meeting featured Ms. Renate Czarwinski, Head, Radiation Safety and Monitoring Section, Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety at the International Atomic Energy Agency.


Annual Technical Meeting

The Central Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Health Physics Society held their Annual Technical meeting at CSU on April 7, 2011.

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​1681 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1681

Phone:
(970) 491-7038

Fax:
​(970) 491-2940