Speakers, poster presenters, honors lectures

Call for Honors Lecturers

As Chairman of the AEIRS Honors Committee, I would like to remind you of the opportunity to nominate one of your colleagues for the Annual Honors Lecture Award. In prior years, AEIRS has selected a member of our profession to receive the Honors Award in recognition of outstanding professional accomplishment, leadership in the field of radiologic sciences, and commitment to the society. Letters of nomination should describe the accomplishments of the colleague being nominated and also emphasize the significance of those accomplishments. Evaluation of the nominee will be made based on professional qualities, as well as civic and non-technical accomplishments.


Please upload your recommendation below by June 1, 2021. The AEIRS Board will review the nominees at the Annual Meeting in July. The nominee will be considered for 2022, 2023 or 2024. All nominees will remain on file for three years. We appreciate your participation and cooperation in submitting nominations. As you are aware, the recognition of your colleagues is an extremely important public relations service to our profession.

Tiffany Roman
Chair, Honors Lecture Committee


Call for 2021 AEIRS Annual Meeting Speakers

Share your expertise! The Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences would like to invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 2021 AEIRS Annual Meeting being held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida. The meeting dates are July 8th and July 9th. This is the premier event for Radiologic and Imaging Education professionals. As a speaker, you will enjoy the prestige and satisfaction of presenting to the most active and committed educators in our profession.


The submission deadline is June 15, 2021.  For further details, and to submit your application, contact Tiffany Roman at romantr@ucmail.uc.edu.


The application to present is attached. It is also posted below.

Suggested session topics:

  • Teaching the transgender student/classroom diversities/ students with mental health issues/ADA

  • Informatics

  • JRCERT new standards; ASRT present curriculum

  • Digital imaging concepts

  • Writing across the curriculum for radiologic technology

  • Innovative learning strategies

  • Professional leadership development

  • Experiences with accreditation/outcome assessment/ writing and identifying benchmarks

  • Clinical expectations

  • 3D printing

  • Advanced modalities

  • Teaching adjustments to AAPM recommendations

  • Dealing with difficult students

  • Strategies to develop new educators/ how to develop & mentor faculty members

  • Classroom management strategies


Tiffany Roman

2022 Annual Meeting Vice Chair

Call for 2021 AEIRS Annual Meeting Poster Presentation

Share your expertise! The Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences invites you to submit a proposal to present a poster presentation at the 2021 AEIRS Annual Meeting.


Posters are research reports summarizing information using written statements and graphic materials, such as graphs, charts, figures, and photographs, and are an excellent mechanism to facilitate the communication of imaging and radiologic science research. They should visually guide viewers through the basics of the study displayed while the presenter focuses on explanation and clarification of the key elements of the work and answers viewer questions.  The poster presentation format is less formal and more interactive than an oral platform presentation because it provides the opportunity for viewers to engage in discussion and to have one-on-one interactions with both fellow reviewers and the presenter.  As a result, poster presentations offer the potential for new collaborations to develop among colleagues.

check back for the AEIRS Poster Presenter Application.  


A total of ten posters will be accepted for presentation at the 2021 Annual Meeting. The submission deadline is January 1, 2021, once the application is available.  

Tiffany Roman
Chair, Honors Lecture Committee




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