Health Physics Student Ian Lake Wins Dade Moeller Scholarship Award

Master of Health Physics student Ian Lake was awarded this year’s Dade Moeller Scholarship Award for graduate studies in Health Physics. His scholarship includes $3,500 for academic expenditures and $1,500 for travel to the 2016 Health Physics Society meeting in Spokane, Wash., where he will be honored at an awards banquet. Lake is founding president of the Health Physics Society student chapter at Illinois Tech and is employed full time at ChemStaff, a Chicago area start-up consulting firm, working on commercial nuclear power plant projects.

Dade Moeller & Associates sponsors the HPS Dade Moeller Scholarship program through funds donated to the Society’s Dade Moeller Fund. The late Dade W. Moeller, the company’s founder, was an active member of the HPS and served as its president in 1971. The Dade Moeller Fund was established by the company in 2009 to honor Moeller’s belief that continued education, sharing of knowledge, exposure to new ideas, and strong professional relationships are essential to an individual’s career success. In addition to the scholarship, the fund sponsors the HPS Dade Moeller Lecture Series.

For more information on the Dade Moeller Scholarship, visit the website.