Noah Snavely is the recipient of a 2011 Microsoft Faculty Fellowship. The prestigious Microsoft Research Faculty fellowships are given to researchers who advance computing science in novel directions, with the potential for high impact on the state of the art, and who demonstrate the likelihood of becoming thought leaders in the field. The fellowship includes a cash award of $200,000 given over two years and access to Microsoft resources such as software, invitations to conferences and engagements with Microsoft Research.