We have recently heard excellent news regarding applications for research fellowships. María Pascual Tudanca was awarded a CIN fellowship from the National Interuniversity Council of Argentina to conduct research with our group to finish her undergraduate studies at the National University of Cuyo. María is studying the impact of managed honeybee colonies on the pollination and reproduction of native plant species in Villavicencio Nature Reserve. In turn, Virginia Chirilá was awarded a CONICET doctoral fellowship to work on the role of pollinators as providers of pollination services in agro-ecosystems in the Andes of northwestern Argentina. Finally, Florencia Miguel was awarded a CONICET post-doctoral fellowship to study network motifs (frequent interaction modes) in mutualistic and antagonistic ecological networks and their temporal dynamics. Congratulations María, Virginia and Florencia!