Cynthia Gibbs has been employed at Morehead State University
since 1990. She currently serves as the
Program/Educational Coordinator for the Computed Tomography/Magnetic Resonance
Program. Ms. Gibbs came to MSU from the
University of Kentucky Medical Center where she served as the radiology manager
of the Special Procedures Department. She maintains her clinical skills by
practicing as a PRN technologists at St. Joseph Hospital in Mount Sterling,
A native of Montgomery County, Ms. Gibbs received her Master
of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Associate of Applied Science from Morehead
State University. Ms. Gibbs is certified
by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in radiography,
mammography, computed tomography and magnetic Resonance.
Ms. Gibbs is a member of the American Society of Radiologic
Technologists and Kentucky Society of Radiologic Technologists. She has served the Kentucky Society of
Radiologic Technologists as a member of the board, President, President –Elect,
Treasurer and Secretary. Ms. Gibbs has
shared her expertise in computed tomography by serving as a consultant to the
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
In addition to her service to numerous professional organizations, she
serves as a site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Education in
Radiologic Technology. Ms. Gibbs has
provided numerous presentations at the national, state and regional level.
Ms. Gibbs has been actively involved in the new General
Education Reform by serving on the University Faculty General Education
Advisory Committee (FGEAC) and currently serving on the General Education
Council (GEC). In addition, Ms. Gibbs worked on the initial development of the
First Year Seminar course proposal for the new General Education Reform, by
serving on the FGEAC subcommittee on the Freshman Experience and First Year
Seminar. She currently serves on the General Education Council First Year
Seminar subcommittee. She also teaches a
First Year Seminar course.