Ogdensburg woman receives Clarkson University PT scholarship
Clarkson University doctor of Physical Therapy student Paige Weston ‘23, Ogdensburg, has been awarded the Kafka-Phillips Memorial Scholarship.
The scholarship was created to celebrate Kathleen Kafka, and Reed Phillips who shared a strong dedication to the physical therapy profession, and is awarded annually to a first-year DPT student.Dr. Vicki LaFay, program director of the PT Program says, “Paige is a strong and committed student, who clearly shares many of the traits exemplified so well by Reed and Kathleen. She seeks to support her peers, makes herself available to others inside and outside the classroom, and finds ways to demonstrate her dedication to the profession even now as a first-year DPT student. We are proud to have her and the other excellent candidates for this scholarship representing our program in the community and beyond.”