2015 Contest Winners

The National Radon Poster Contest winners have been chosen! 

Visit the page to see State Contest Winners from 26 states!

Winning Submissions

Below is a list of the 2015 Radon Poster Contest Winners. To view the full list see the 2015 Contest Winners page; to view individual posters click the appropriate link.

National Winners

1st Place
Radon Attack of the Silent Killer

Radon woman says be hero check your home for radon today
Sunny, Age 14 of Louisville, KY

2nd Place
Can You Spot the House with Radon?

Can you spot the house with radon

Teah, Age 13 of Kapolei, HI


3rd Place

Radon radioactive cancer invisitble lungs
Clara, Age 14 of Social Circle, GA


Special Mention
Danger Radon

Danger Hear No See No Smell No Taste No
Sofiel, Age 14 of Salina, KS

Other Top 10

2nd Leading Cause of Lung Cancer
2nd Leading cause of lung cancer radon sosradon.org

Vienna, Age 9 of New York, NY

Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers
Nonsmokers can't get lung cancer right? Wrong
Aishani, Age 14 of Plano, TX

Radon the Silent Killer
Radon the silent killer causes lung cancer
Brandon, Age 13 of Minden, NV

Make Sure Radon is Gone
Make sure radon is gone test your home
Emily, Age 14 of Clear Lake, IA

Toe Tag: Rae Dawn
Toe Tag: Rae Dawn

Helena, Age 13 of Ramona, CA


R.I.P. Cause: Lung Cancer

Micaela, Age 10 of Chassell, MI

National Radon Poster Contest is Closed

The National Radon Poster Contest is closed and judging is completed for the last time. 

There will be no national contest conducted in 2015 by Kansas State University. State contests may continue - check our poster contest contact page for whom to contact in your state to determine the status.


Fact Sheet - Lung Cancer Screening for Radon Exposure History

Engineering Extension at Kansas State University has developed this fact sheet with review and input from numerous resources in the radon community. We welcome feedback to improve the information available to the public about radon risks. Work remains to be done in terms of screening recommendations and we hope that will happen soon so guidance can be updated.  You are welcome to make copies and use the document appropriately. We hope this will help with meeting the needs of those serving the public to reduce radon exposure risks.

Fact Sheet on Lung Cancer Screening for Radon Exposure

Reducing Radon In Your Home

Reducing Radon in Your Home

Reliable techniques exist for reducing radon levels in homes. Experience with radon mitigation systems has developed to the point that virtually any home can be fixed, either by a trained radon contractor, or in some cases, by homeowners who accomplish the repairs themselves. One out of 15 (6%) homes nationally may have elevated indoor radon levels that should be lower.  The percentage of elevated homes in your state may be much higher. The only way to know a house is elevated is to test.


National Radon Program Services

National Radon Program Services Information Sheet

Kansas State University (K-State), as a partner in the Midwest Universities Radon Consortium, provides national radon services and projects for the US EPA. Responsibilities include the National Radon Poster Contest, National Radon Hotlines, referrals to State Radon Programs, Radon Test Kit Orders and Coupons, Radon Mitigation Promotion, and other technical assistance and outreach activities.

Contacts for Program Information

You can call the National Radon Hotline at (800) SOSRADON or (800) 767-7236.   You may also contact the National Radon Program Services by email at radon@ksu.edu.  
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