Revised Student Competitions

The Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists Inc. convened for a meeting on 3/15/20 to discuss evaluating and recognizing our talented imaging and therapy students that submitted applications and entries into the 88th TSRT annual conference.

In light of the Covid-19 social distancing guidelines advised by the CDC, the executive board decided that all students that met the membership, application, and competition requirements for the desired competition by February 1, 2020 will have the opportunity to submit the following files so that their project can be properly evaluated for judging.

It has been decided that students will have the opportunity to submit and compete in applicable competitions remotely. Qualifying students may submit presentations/projects in the appropriate format at by April 4, 2020 6pm. All competition material will be reviewed and judged accordingly by April 26, 2020. The winners of each competition will be announced via website on May 1, 2020

Click HERE to see the 2020 Student Competition Winners

Student Competition Revisions


A video presentation capturing the speaker and the PowerPoint (PowerPoint 2000 or newer).Judges/designee will time the presentation and their decisions are final. The topics must relate to the Radiologic Sciences or Radiation Therapy such as Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology, Ultrasound, Interventional, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiology, MRI, etc.), Radiation Therapy, Radioactive Events, Patient Care, Medical Diseases/Syndromes, and/or Professionalism

RAD Tees

A video presentation of 2 students from each program to present their T-shirt( front and back-if applicable). T-shirt must be presented in two minutes or less (presentations over two minutes will be disqualified). The shirts will be evaluated for the following criteria: 1. Design & Creativity 2. Presentation of shirt (2 minutes) 3. Promotion of Imaging Sciences

Scientific Display

A silent video presentation of the entire project (to include models) accompanied by detailed pictures of all text and image content. The judges must have the ability to read all of the subject matter to provide proper scoring

Award Merit

No additional requirements are necessary for the judges.

The Student Bee

The Student Bee competition will be held at the 88th Annual Conference when national administrators lift restrictions.

Submit Your Entry Application Below

Please note: Students must submit an application for each competition separately. Students competing in a group competition are only required to submit one application per group, per competition to including information for all group members.
If your submission is for RAD Tees, enter the School Name / Name or Theme of Desgin
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 20 files.
Upload the appropriate file(s) for your submission