Bill received the annual Winston Family Honors Faculty Award at the Honors College Spring Citation ceremony yesterday. This award recognizes outstanding faculty advising, mentorship, and supervision of Honors students at the University of Maryland. It came after nearly two decades of serving as Director for the Entomology Honors program, and four years of teaching the course, HONR 208D, "Insect Biodiversity: The Good, The Bad and The Weird." He has mentored 19 honors students in all in his lab, including two at present. To quote Prof. Peter Mallios, Director of the Honors College, "your qualitative ability to inspire, empower and mentor all those you have worked with shines through." Testimonials from former Honors students "extolled everything from your careful editing of written work to your empowerment of women students, to qualities of passion, focus, vast knowledge and enthusiasm, highest standards in research, and your dedication to mentoring Honors students regardless of the specific field a student may actually have majored in." Congratulations, Bill!