Five graduate students from the department of chemistry and biochemistry have won prestigious awards for their thesis research. The Rohm & Haas Outstanding Graduate Student Award for 2005 has been jointly awarded to Dugald MacDougall and Eric Folker. Bill Paquette has been awarded the Proctor and Gamble Graduate Fellowship for Summer 2005. Chris Fennell has won the SGI award for computational research for his discovery of a new ice structure, and the Center for Applied Mathematics has named Teng Lin as a Research Fellow for 2005. These graduate students are doing cutting-edge research and the department is proud of their accomplishments.