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Minority Recruitment Subcommittee
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ChargeTo increase the number of women and minority in medical physics, to create new activities geared towards the recruitment of women and minority faculty and students at various levels in the field of medical physics, to establish a collaboration of women and minority physicists that will coherently emphasize the impact of medical physics in under-represented groups and to offer opportunities to students in pursuing higher degree education in the field of medical physics.
Bylaws:Not Referenced.Rules: Not Referenced.
Approved Date(s)Start: 9/21/2005
Committee Keywords: Diversity and Inclusion, WMRSC
Chair

Stephen Avery
Subcommittee Chair


Members - 2014 Roster

(dates shown below are beginning date of position) View 2015 Roster

There are 4 members and guests.
=complete and up-to-date, =complete, out-of-date, =incomplete conflict of interest statement.
Stephen M. Avery, PhD

out-of-date
7/11/2011  Subcommittee Chair -
Ashley . Cetnar, MS

up-to-date
12/8/2010  Member - Students Co-Coordinator (nonvoting)
Paul L. Gueye, PhD

out-of-date
9/7/2011  Member -
Manuel A. Morales, PhD

up-to-date
7/25/2009  Member -

Staff Assigned to Committee - 2014 Roster

(dates shown below are beginning date of position)
There are 1 staff.
Ogburn, Jacqueline 

up-to-date
3/25/2008  AAPM Staff - Education Manager - (ex officio, nonvoting)


Individual Appointments

the individuals listed below report to, but are not necessarily members of, this committee as individual appointments
Avery, Stephen M    - [conflict of interest information]       [Individual appointment reports summary]
     1/1/2010-12/31/2014 Committee on Workforce Diversity and Disparity Outcomes, American Society for Radiation Oncology
Avery, Stephen M    - [conflict of interest information]       [Individual appointment reports summary]
     1/1/2014-12/31/2016 Liaison Group on Under-Represented Minorities, American Institute of Physics