CWRU Sociology alum Noah Webster (PhD., 2011) was this year’s recipient of the Society for the Study of Human Development’s Early Career Award, presented at the society’s biennial meeting held in Austin, Texas, October 16-18, 2015. This award honors an early career scholar whose work has made a significant contribution to the understanding of significant and critical aspects of human development. Noah also was co-author of a paper that received the society’s Erin Phelps Award, also presented at the society’s biennial meeting. The award was established to honor Erin Phelps, a seminal editor for Research in Human Development, and to honor the best article published in the journal within the past three years. The following paper was the recipient of the award: Fuller-Iglesias, H. R., Webster, N. J., & Antonucci, T. C. (2013). Adult family relationships in the context of friendship. Research in Human Development, 10(2), 184-203.