Fulton-Montgomery Community College radiologic technology student, Taiwo Ekundayo, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Radiologists without Borders (RWB). The scholarship is awarded to an international student studying radiologic technology. Mr. Ekundayo is from Nigeria and was nominated for the award by Assistant Professor, Karlyn LaBate.

The mission of RWB is to bring lifesaving diagnostic imaging solutions to medically underserved populations worldwide. “As caregivers, it is our moral, ethical, and professional obligation to level the playing field by providing the best of the best to all, independent of geography and socio-economic status,” says Dr. Tariq Gill, RWB's founder and generous supporter of the college.

 

Loyal, compassionate, and motivated students make up a large support base for RWB and the communities we serve. For consideration for the scholarship, Mr. Ekundayo submitted an essay detailing his passion for pursuing education in the imaging sciences. One of his ultimate goals would be to serve RWB as a technologist, traveling internationally to teach. Students help us create a better world and a better future.

The mission of RWB is to bring lifesaving diagnostic imaging solutions to medically underserved populations worldwide. “As caregivers, it is our moral, ethical, and professional obligation to level the playing field by providing the best of the best to all, independent of geography and socio-economic status,” says Dr. Tariq Gill, RWB's founder and generous supporter of the college.

Loyal, compassionate, and motivated students make up a large support base for RWB and the communities we serve. For consideration for the scholarship, Mr. Ekundayo submitted an essay detailing his passion for pursuing education in the imaging sciences. One of his ultimate goals would be to serve RWB as a technologist, traveling internationally to teach. Students help us create a better world and a better future.

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