Two of our Physics faculty, Xiaoliang Qi and Leonardo Senatore, were awarded New Horizons in Physics Prizes, each of which are paired with a $100,000 prize. Xiao-Liang Qi, an associate professor of physics was recognized for "outstanding contributions to condensed matter physics, especially involving the use of topology to understand new states of matter." Leonardo Senatore, an assistant professor of physics, was honored for his "outstanding contributions to theoretical cosmology."