Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 1985
Extra Curricular: Work study in the Library
Most Helpful Courses: Calculus 1, 2, 3. It was when everything clicked. I finally understood why I took all the prerequisites (algebra, geometry and trig).
Courses You Wish You Would’ve Taken: More computer. Computer was actually just starting, so it was very new.
Most Helpful Experiences: Studying abroad. It got me away from Witt and made me want to finish and move on.
Graduation Year: 2006
Grad School: National Louis University
Degree: Masters in Business
First Job: Military, USN, Engineering Laboratory Technician
Current Job: Radiation Safety Officer
Responsible for the radiation safety activities in a Broad Scope Medical Center. Assures regulatory compliance and safe working conditions, supervises the monitoring of radioactive and chemical wastes, maintains radiation detection and safety equipment, performs routine audits on all survey records and other documentation of radiation safety program, monitors QC/QA requirements for Radiology, monitor and maintain Laser Safety program and maintains facility safety programs to comply with all applicable local, State and Federal Regulations and Medical Center Standards. Participates in Bio-Safety Committee, Environment of Care Committee, Laser Safety Committee, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, and Radiation Safety Committee.
New Hobbies: Landscaping.
Email: gsullivan AT childrensmemorial.org
Currently Living in: Chicago, Illinois Updated 4/13/09