Marilyn J. Goske, M.D. (left), was surprised Monday with the 2014 Butterfly Award of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging, recognizing outstanding dedication to the cause of radiologic protection for pediatric patients around the world. Dr. Goske, founding chair of the alliance, announced during a meeting Monday that she was stepping down in July 2015. In his first remarks as incoming chair, Donald P. Frush, M.D., detailed Dr. Goske's achievements, including safety campaigns in CT, fluoroscopy, interventional radiology, CR/DR and safety in pediatric dentistry. Dr. Frush then surprised Dr. Goske with the Butterfly Award—she had thought she was to present it to someone else. Children of the world are safer because of Dr. Goske's work, Dr. Frush said.