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Rob and Susan Winslow volunteer to teach Richland students about radiation

March 4, 2011


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.


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Ed Maher Installed as President of Health Physics Society

Aug. 11, 2010


Senior professional Edward F. Maher has been installed as President of the Health Physics Society, a national scientific organization whose mission is to promote the practice of radiation safety. Maher has a Doctor of Science degree from Harvard University and is a Certified Health Physicist [radiation protection scientist]. He has been a Dade Moeller employee since 2004.

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Mitzi Miller Earns National Recognition

July 6, 2010


Vice President of Environmental Programs Mitzi Miller has received the 2010 “Assessor Choice Award” from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). This award recognizes Miller’s “skills and contributions as an A2LA assessor.” Miller, a technical expert in the environmental field, has performed more than 100 laboratory assessments for A2LA since becoming an assessor in 1993.

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Bill Kennedy Re-Elected to National Radiation Protection Council

March 22, 2010


Secretary and Executive Vice President William E. Kennedy, Jr., was re-elected as a Council member of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).  This will be the second term for Mr. Kennedy, who has been a Council member since 2004. The Council consists of 100 voting members who serve 6-year terms, and are selected based on their scientific expertise. Council members serve as individuals, not representatives of any particular organization. 

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