Graduate student Ningfang Mi was recently received the Incogen Award for Excellence in Scholarship in the Natural and Computational Sciences at the 7th Annual Graduate Research Symposium of the College of William and Mary. This corporate sponsored award was open to all students from the College of William and Mary and visiting institutions. To be eligible for this award, graduate students had to present at the Graduate Research Symposium and submit a 10-12 page paper describing their research. The papers were judged blindly by an independent panel of William and Mary faculty and Graduate Studies Advisory Board members. Her paper was titled Performance Impacts of Autocorrelated Flows in Multi-tiered Systems. This is a $1000 cash award and certificate of achievement.