Faculty within the college continue to reach achievements and receive accolades that reflect their prominent standing on the global stage. This spring, Dr. Thomas Vojta, professor in the physics department, was named Curators’ Distinguished Professor, while Dr. Dave Westenberg, associate professor and interim chair of the biological sciences department, received the Academy of Science of St. Louis’ Science Educator Award. Dr. Fiona Nah, professor in the business and information technology department, was recently named among a handful of “top women to watch” in virtual reality by Girls in Tech, a global non-profit organization focused on the engagement, education, and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. Dr. Shannon Fogg, professor and chair of the history and political science department, had her latest book, Stealing Home: Looting, Restitution, and Reconstructing Jewish Lives in France, 1942-1947, published by Oxford University Press. Finally, Dr. Jay Switzer, Donald L. Castleman/FCR Endowed Professor of Discovery in the chemistry department, and his team of collaborators, including several S&T students, as well as a Rolla High School student, published a ground-breaking paper titled “Epitaxial lift-off of electrodeposited single-crystal gold foils for flexible electronics” in Science, which is one of the world’s most influential and widely read scientific journals.