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Paige Boyle earns USU's Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship

Paige Boyle

Ms. Paige Boyle, recently admitted to USU as a Center for Water Efficient Landscaping Fellow, has also earned a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship from the university.  In addition to financial support, USU’s Presidential Doctoral Research Fellows benefit from an exclusive set of opportunities including events with university leadership and special guests, seminars from the premier researchers at USU, and interdisciplinary networking opportunities with other fellows and their mentors.

Ms. Boyle’s Ph.D. advisor, Dr. Kelly Kopp, stated, “With her acceptance into the Plants, Soils & Climate department, Ms. Boyle brought a uniquely diverse academic and research background that truly mirrors the diversity of disciplines that exist in the department.  In addition, her forthcoming research in the field of urban ecology will foster collaboration across multiple campus departments and colleges.”

 Congratulations, Paige!