Health Physicists Rob and Susan Winslow visited Tracy Kintner's second grade class at Christ the King school in Richland for a 50 minute demonstration on March 4, 2011. The Winslows brought radiation detection instruments and personal protective equipment to give the students a hands-on look into the science of radiation protection. The students learned that some everyday items like bananas and certain rocks emit radiation, and they watched their teacher dress up in a protective suit.
Dade Moeller is headquartered in Richland and is a major employer in the Tri-Cities. The company believes in adding value to the local community through educational activities such as school presentations. The Winslows are 18-year residents of the Tri-Cities.
To invite Dade Moeller scientists to your speaking event, email contact Paula Tumlinson.