Graduate Students Win NSF Fellowships


Dartmouth graduate students Sarah Wolff and Robert Chávez have been awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships. The three-year fellowships, awarded to promising scholars in the early stages of their graduate work, promote study in mathematics, sciences, and engineering, and are designed to support the continued education of women and underrepresented minorities. Wolff is a mathematics student and Chávez is in the social neuroscience program.

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