Student BEE

Awards

First Place          $150.00 Cash Award

Second Place     $100.00 Cash Award

Third Place         $  50.00 Cash Award

The TSRT Student Bee is an academic competition between students from diagnostic medical imaging schools.

Eligibility

Magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, radiography, or sonography/ultrasound students currently enrolled in an accredited radiologic science or medical imaging program are encouraged to enter this competition.

Students registered in a primary medical imaging modality (magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, radiography, or sonography/ultrasound, etc.) regardless of enrollment status, will be qualified as a registered technologist; therefore, the individual is ineligible to compete with non-registered student technologists. This standard will be applied according to the status during the time of competition.

The following individuals/groups are prohibited from entering this competition:  Companies, School Employees, Faculty Members, Educators, TSRT Board Members, Judges, and companies or individuals with TSRT Contracts.

Rules

  1. Competing students are gathered into one (1) room and seated near the front close to the presentation screen and the moderators.
  2. Competition may be divided into groups, depending on participation volume.
  3. Students will be asked multiple-choice questions related to the medical imaging and radiologic science curricula. Each question will be displayed on the presentation screen(s).
  4. Each student will need an internet capable smart phone or electronic device to access the competition platform (i.e. Kahoots, etc.). Students will use these items to identify their selected answer for each multiple-choice question.
  5. A set amount of time will be given for the competing students to select their answer for each question.
  6. The correct answer will then be displayed on the presentation screen.
  7. The competition may be transacted in one (1) comprehensive round or a series of rounds.
  8. If a series of rounds will be transacted, the competition coordinator will identify and communicate the following specifications:
  • The number of rounds
  • The qualifying range for competition advancement (i.e. first round – top 50% highest scorers or the top 25 highest scorers, etc.)
  • The number of rounds and qualifying ranges will be contingent on the projected number of student participants to ensure time effectiveness, equity and equality, and organization.
  1. The elimination process will continue until the designated number of students have remain in the competition, initiating the final round.
  2. If multiple sessions of each round are transacted to accommodate a larger competitor population, the winners of each of the preliminary rounds will advance to the final round.
  3. The final round will continue the multiple choice question process until a winner is determined.
  4. First, second, and third place winners will be recognized and awarded prizes.

Presentation of Awards

  1. Awards/winners will be announced during the Awards Ceremony. Winners are encouraged to attend.
  2. If the winning student is unable to attend the Awards Ceremony, their award will be mailed to their Director of their educational.  It will be the responsibility of the director/institution to forward and distribute the award to the recipient.