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Dean Dunnagan Highlights a New Funding Priority for the College

The Department of Radiologic Sciences educates students who serve all of us who seek imaging services throughout the Treasure Valley. Graduates of the program boast 100 percent pass rates on national exams and have scored in the top six percent nationally for many years. Radiologic Sciences students finish their degrees at Boise State to become sought after employees who work at local hospitals and care centers with well-respected radiology teams. Today, the department’s equipment is in critical need of replacement because of years of intense educational use.

Dean Dunnagan invites all of our friends, alumni and donors to consider supporting the department in its quest to replace outdated equipment – some manufactured as long ago as 1982. There is no equipment fund for the department supported by state appropriated funding, so the department must raise $237,500 in the next three months in equipment or cash donations to upgrade its outdated equipment. With your support, we will ensure the best education possible for Boise State’s outstanding Radiologic Sciences students. For more information, please contact Sunny Wallace, Development Director for the College of Health Sciences, at 208-426-2124 or