The faculty of the radiologic technology program is dedicated to student success. There are two full-time faculty; Terry Konn, Ph.D., and Kathleen Taggart, MS. Dr. Konn has been teaching radiologic science for over 28 years and has been a program director for 24 years. She has taught all courses within the curriculum and has taught outside of the U.S. as a visiting professor at the Kigali Health Institute in Rwanda, Africa. Her doctorate dissertation investigated medical imaging regulation and how it impacts the quality of medical imaging services in New Jersey. Dr. Konn has also conducted research on the learning styles of medical imaging students in New Jersey and in Africa. She helped to develop the first medical imaging program in Rwanda after its 1994 genocide. She has made numerous presentations on medical imaging topics to students, professionals, and physicians around the world.
Ms. Taggart has been teaching radiographic procedures for over ten years. She continues to work as a radiologic technologist at a local area hospital.
In addition, the program has a full-time laboratory coordinator, Bianca Shumanov, and 12 part-time laboratory and clinical instructors. Our laboratory facilities are open 8 a.m. 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.to 3 p.m. on Friday to radiologic technology students. The college laboratory is also open on Saturdays during the Fall semester. These instructors work directly with students in the college laboratory and in the clinical settings to supervise and evaluate students.
Terry M. Konn, Ph.D. – Program Director
Kathleen Taggart, MS – Clinical Coordinator
Bianca Shumanov, MS – Laboratory Coordinator