Each year at graduation, the College awards a graduating student the John Nolan Diagnostic Imaging Award. It is awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding skills in x-ray and analysis. And like the awards namesake, the student must also show outstanding personal integrity and overall performance, including the willingness to help fellow students.
The award, named after pioneering Chiropractor John Nolan, who passed away at the age of 86, is a living testament to his memory and his contribution to the profession to make x-rays safer for patients.
Read about John’s legacy.
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