A chapter of the HPS along the Front Range
The CRMCHPS has approximately 90 members, representing academia, government, and the private sector. All members of the (national) HPS residing in Colorado or Wyoming are automatically considered members of the CRMCHPS upon receipt by the Chapter Officers of an Application Form and payment of Chapter dues. Any person engaged in a field related to health physics or with an avid interest in the profession, as well as persons outside of Colorado and Wyoming, can join the Chapter by submitting an application to the Secretary. Upon receipt of annual Chapter dues, the applicant shall be entitled to all the privileges of membership (except the right to hold specific offices).
Members of the Chapter receive information about Chapter activities and have a great opportunity to meet others interested in radiation safety and to learn about current projects in the area.
Current Chapter Information
Professor F. Ward Whicker, now a professor emeritus at Colorado State University, is a pioneering figure in the field of radioecology and related human health risks. As a mentor to countless students, he helped pave a bright future for graduates of the Health Physics program. Your gift to the F. Ward Whicker Health Physics fund will honor a distinguished professor and provide support for students enrolled in the Colorado State University Health Physics program. Your donation can qualify as a charitable contribution; please consult with your tax adviser to determine the tax-deductibility of your gift.
Meeting Related Information
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO - April 7, 2016
Vicki Biera, Michael Corradinia, Robert Youngbloodb, Caleb Roha, Shuji Liua
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S. Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Department of Energy (DOE), Idaho Falls, Idaho
U.S. Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management PSAM 12, June 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii
Presented to the Chapter on February 25, 2016.