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    • Dining

      Tipsy Cow: Outdoor seating. Artful menu of bar bites & burgers. http://www.tipsycowmadison.com/menus/tipsymenuf11.pdf Pig in a fur coat: Hip coxy bistro serves small & large Mediterranean plates, beer & wine. http://apiginafurcoat.com/menu DLUX: Upscale haunt serving gourmet burgers and artisan cocktails. http://dluxmadison.com/menu/?menu=main

    • Events and Activities Around Madison

      Visit one of the Nations Admission Free Zoo. Henry Vilas Zoo is open Year round and is a great place for kids and adults. Http://www.vilaszoo,org Bringing the Kids: Visit Madisons Children's Museum: http;//madisonchildrensmuseum.org Visit the Olbrich Botanical Gardens: Stroll 16 acres of outdoor gardens. http://www.olbrich.org Enjoy Music?? Concerts on the Square has your beat ! On Wednesday Evening visit the Capitol Lawn with a glass of wine in hand listening to the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. Bring a blanket and enjoy food from various vendors or bring your own food. Enjoy this free concert starting at 3 PM. Visit the famous State Street ! Stroll down 8 blocks from the Capitol Square to the Library Mall. This street is pedestrian friendly. This street is the go to for shopping and dining. Boating on the lake. Wingra Boats and Brittingham boats offers: Stand up Paddle boards, SUP Yoga, Lakeside yoga, canoe and Kayak Rental. Or is you want to go on a cruise enjoy a cruise on the lake with Betty Lou Cruise. http://www.brittinghamboats.com http://www.wingraboats.com http://bettyloucruises.com

    • Concerts in the Square

      Wednesday evenings from late June to early August are best spent on the capitol lawn with a beverage in hand, food from a local vendor, and listening to the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. It is a perfect opportunity for a summer picnic and enjoy good music. After a day with your colleagues at the annual meeting you can meet some friends at the concert. If you are interested in checking out the orchestra, view the schedule here: https://wisconsinchamberorchestra.org/performance-listing/category/concerts-on-the-square July 10th at 7pm is FINLANDIA 7:00 PM | King Street Corner of the Capitol Square CONCERTS ON THE SQUARE | 2018-19 SEASON featuring Sergei Belkin, accordion

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    • Jacksonville, FL Annual Meeting 2021 | WWW.AEIRS.ORG

      2021 Annual Meeting More Details Coming Soon! Hotel Website Hyatt Hotel Global Care & Cleanliness Committment

    • Fellows | WWW.AEIRS.ORG

      AEIRS Fellow Information The highest honor the AEIRS can bestow on a member is the designation of Fellow. The Fellow category was established to honor AEIRS members who have made exceptional contributions to AEIRS, radiologic sciences education, and the profession. We encourage members to review the Fellow applications on the AEIRS website to determine whether you meet the established criteria in each category to qualify for elevation to Fellow status for 2020. This year we transition to the revised criteria that were amended with input from members of the Academy of Fellows to place greater emphasis on service to AEIRS. The application is below. It can also be downloaded from the member's area on the website once you are logged in. The application deadline for the 2021 installation of Fellows is February 1, 2021. One of the most important tasks in preparing the application is gathering the supporting materials (proof of points). It is never too early to begin the process of organizing this documentation. We encourage members to review the application to determine whether you meet the established criteria in each category to qualify for 2021. Applications must be completed electronically with verification/proof of points scanned and sent with the application. Once submitted, applications are forwarded to the members of the Fellows Committee for evaluation. All applicants will be notified of the Committee’s decision, and Fellow designation will be bestowed upon those members who qualify for Fellow status at the 2020 AEIRS Annual Meeting in Madison Wisconsin. If you have questions after reviewing the application or need assistance in the process, please don’t hesitate to contact one of us. ​ 2020-2021 Fellow Committee Joy Renner jrenner@med.unc.edu Bruce Long blong@iupui.edu Kim Metcalf bcdkmetcalf@yahoo.com FELLOW APPLICATION FAQS FELLOW FAQs FELLOW MEDALLION POLICY FELLOW APPLICATION

    • Election | www.aeirs.org

      AEIRS 2021-2022 Election Coming Soon! Nominations for the 2021-2022 AEIRS election are now CLOSED. The following positions will be filled by election: President-Elect, Secretary-Treasurer, and Director-at-Large. All active AEIRS members who have served on the AEIRS Board of Directors are eligible for the position of President-Elect. The term of service is three years for this position (one year each as President-Elect, President, and Chair of the Board). President-Elect: All active AEIRS members are eligible for the Secretary-Treasurer position. The term of service is two years. Secretary-Treasurer: All active members of AEIRS are eligible for the Director position. The term of service is three years for the Director position. Director-at-Large: ​ ​ ​ Are you interested in and ready to take on an AEIRS leadership role? AEIRS values the leadership potential of all members from all areas of expertise and at all levels of experience. AEIRS welcomes those who are interested and qualified. Self-nominate or nominate a colleague for one of the open positions. AEIRS values diversity, including geographical diversity, on the Board of Directors, as we represent medical imaging and radiologic science educators internationally. ​ This nomination process also allows AEIRS to identify and mentor future association leaders. We are a voluntary operation, and this is a great way for you to become more involved with the wonderful people in this organization. ​ Each position has unique commitments and responsibilities. As a board member, you will give time, expertise, and will collaborate, network, and gain valuable experience. If you are interested in running for office, or if you know someone you think would be an ideal candidate, please contact Tiffani Walker, Chair of the Nominations Committee. She would be happy to discuss the requirements and/or the process with you. ​ ​ ​ Now is the time. You are the right person. Get involved. Self-nominate today! Tiffani Walker Nominating Committee Chair Twalker@gurnick.edu Downloadable Declaration of Nomination Electronic Declaration of Nomination Click Here to Read Each Position Details

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