Arizona State University is now accepting nominations to the annual Origins Project Postdoctoral Award Lectureship through November 1, 2015. This award, the largest of its kind in the world, is given annually to an outstanding junior scholar chosen from all countries, from any field of study relevant to The Origins Project, and consists of a $10,000 USD award, travel to/from Tempe, Arizona, and accommodations during a week-long visit. In addition to participating in the awards ceremony, the winner will give 4 talks on his or her research, as well as participate in other Origins Project events. Adrian Liu from the University of California, Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics, was the inaugural winner. Watch his talk on Observing Our Origins in the First Galaxies. For more information visit the Origins Project Postdoctoral Award Lectureship website. An overview of the award is available in a PDF.