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2016 RGC HPS Spring Technical Meeting and Continui...

March 20 & 21, 2016 Hotel Santa Fe 1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM The Rio Grande Chapter of the Health Physics Society is excited about our upcoming 2016 Spring Technical Meeting scheduled for March 21, 2016 and invites members of the Chapter, other interested professionals, and students of Health Physics and/or Nuclear Engineering to participate. As an extra incentive, on March 20, 2016, there will be two training...

2015 RGC HPS Fall Dinner Meeting

Thursday, September 17, 2015 Guest Speaker:  Dr. Robert Cherry Jr., CHP – HPS President-Elect Dr. Cherry is Radiation Safety Staff Officer for the US Army Installation Management Command since 2009. Born in Kentucky and raised in Detroit, when drafted out of graduate school, he instead enlisted for Field Artillery OCS in January 1969. He served in a nuclear-capable unit in the Netherlands as a second lieutenant. As a first...

Photos from the 10th Annual RGC HPS Outing to Isot...

Below are photos of Rio Grande Chapter of the Health Physics Society members and their beautiful children who attended the game!!! Date/Time: Friday, August 7, 2015 Game Time: 7:05 pm Event Start: 6:05 pm Place: Isotope’s Park (Google Map) 1601 Avenida Cesar Chavez Southeast Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106-3930 Details: The cost of $33.00 per person includes: Entrance to the Delta Dental Deck Seating Menu: All you can...

2015 RGC HPS Continuing Education Training Session...

The Rio Grande Chapter of the Health Physics Society would like to thank Jeff Whicker & Mark Miller (Environmental Heath Physics) and Elaine Marshall & Steven Farmer (Operational Accelerator Health Physics) for volunteering to conduct our continuing education training sessions on March 22nd! We would also like thank our presenters for during our technical meeting March 23rd!  Those members who were fortunate to...

After 65 years at Sandia, Harold Rarrick turns in ...

When Harold Rarrick receives the Order of the Nucleus award from the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center later this month, it will be the capstone to a career that began at Sandia in 1949 and ended just last October when he turned in his badge after almost 65 years. To read more please visit: ...