May 14, 2024

In an impressive showing at this year’s North Carolina Society of Radiologic Technologists (NCSRT) Annual Conference, student Will Winfrey clinched the 2024 Winslow Cup. The award, which was presented during the Honors Luncheon, recognizes the student from the senior class who achieves the highest score on the Mock Registry Exam.

The Winslow Cup, initiated in 1995, is a key highlight of the NCSRT Annual Conference. It serves as an important marker of excellence in the academic and practical preparation of radiologic technologists. This year, Will Winfrey distinguished himself from his classmates by securing the top score on this challenging exam, which is designed to simulate the conditions and content of the national certification exam for radiologic technologists.

Will’s achievement not only underscores his deep understanding of radiologic technology but also highlights the rigorous training and educational standards upheld by his program. This recognition at the NCSRT Annual Conference marks a significant achievement in Will’s budding career and sets a high standard for his future endeavors in the field.

A woman sits with her arm under a radiography machine while another woman positions the machine

“We are so proud of Will for winning the Winslow Cup, and being such a great student to teach. I’m excited to see what trails he will continue to blaze throughout his healthcare career.”

Renee Harrison, Dean of Health Sciences at Forsyth Tech

Forsyth Tech’s highly competitive radiography program, which accepts a limited number of students each term, prepares students to become radiographers, giving them hands-on opportunities to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to produce diagnostic medical images. Students learn about anatomy, radiographic techniques, patient positioning, and radiation safety.

It is one of Forsyth Tech’s health sciences programs and has a strong job growth rate, with 8.6% projected growth in the Piedmont Triad.

Congratulations to Will Winfrey on his outstanding performance and best wishes for his continued success in the world of radiologic technology.