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Cinto Mejia, Elizeth

Cinto Mejia taking measurements on a bird
Cinto Mejia taking measurements on a bird
Cinto Mejia performing research in the field
Cinto Mejia performing research in the field

Elizeth Cinto-Mejia received her M.S. in Raptor Biology from Boise State University in August of 2017. She studied the impacts of noise pollution on the sagebrush ecosystem near Boise. Her research focused on bird and arthropod distributions.

After receiving her M.S. in Raptor Biology, Elizeth worked as a lab technician at Boise State University helping with fieldwork and data management. In 2018, she started her PhD at Michigan State University, working on plant-insect interactions in the Wetzel Lab. In June 2021, Michigan State University announced that Elizeth was a graduate recipient of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Association scholarship.

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