Graduate Students, Sarah Wolff (mathematics) and Robert Chávez (social neuroscience program), have been awarded National Science Foundation fellowships from the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). The GRFP is NSF’s oldest program, dating to the Foundation’s first fully funded year of 1952. Since then, the GRFP has supported over 42,000 US citizens, nationals, and permanent residents to pursue advanced degrees in science and engineering. Among its alumni are over 30 Nobel Laureates, 440 members of the National Academy of Sciences, thousands of science and engineering faculty, and many notable individuals in industry, government, and the non-profit sector. Sarah Wolff also presented a poster on Asymptotic Growth of Associated Primes of Graph Ideals at the recent Graduate Poster Session.