Megan Williams ’04 received the 2012 Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce Rising Star Award. The award is given to a chamber member under the age of 40 who demonstrates business success and community involvement. Williams is president of Hardy Girls Healthy Women, a central Maine nonprofit. * Noah Charney ’02 gave TED talks in December (“How to Steal From the Louvre”) and March (“Leonardo da Vinci and the Treasure-Hunt Instinct”); spoke on “Traffickers, Forgers, and Thieves—Crime in the World of Art” at the Quick Center for the Arts in Fairfield, Conn., in March; coauthored the eBook The Wine Forger’s Handbook; and finished writing The Book of Forgery, to be published next year. * Katherine Jacobs ’03 was selected for the 2013 Fulbright International Education Administrators program in Japan. She is assistant dean of international studies at Providence College. * Lauren Smith Camera ’05 was named a 2013-14 Spencer Fellow in Education Reporting at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She will use her fellowship to examine the Obama administration’s competitive grant programs. Camera is an education policy staff writer at CQ Roll Call.