The Microscopy Society of America (MSA) was created at a 1942 meeting in the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. During its first fifty years, the MSA was entirely devoted to the electron microscope. Today, the organization is broadly concerned with a wide range of microscopes, and its website is a great place to learn about this work. First-time visitors should look over the Latest News to get a sense of the MSA's activities. Other sections are widely varied, and include Resources, Membership, Educational Opportunities, and President's Blog. The Resources area is a great find, as it comprises the popular Ask a Microscopist area, along with fun posters and an image gallery. Of course, young scholars shouldn't miss the Awards & Scholarships section, which contains links to materials about fellowship opportunities and the Society's undergraduate research scholarship program.