Tyler Phillips awarded INL Graduate Fellowship


Portrait of Computing PhD student Tyler Phillips
Computing PhD student Tyler Phillips. Photo by Emma Thompson

Tyler Phillips has been awarded a two-year Graduate Fellowship from INL. Tyler is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Computational Science and Engineering Emphasis. The fellowship will provide a $60,000 yearly salary and cover Tyler’s tuition expenses while he conducts research in infrastructure security under the management of Scott McPride and mentorship of Craig Rieger at INL. Tyler will continue to work in collaboration with his advisors, Dr. Hoda Mehrpouyan and Dr. John Gardner.

The INL Graduate Fellowship Program identifies exceptional students in research areas that align with INL’s strategic agenda. The fellowship program is a collaboration between INL and universities and provides financial support and mentoring for outstanding students.