John Mather shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2006 for his work leading the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) satellite and confirming the Big Bang. He used part of the prize money to establish the John Mather Nobel Scholars program which rewards a small group of NASA summer research interns with money to be used for conferences and research travel.
On numerous occasions, photographs of the winners have been used to announce the awards.
I have been the photographer for this event since 2015 (not held in person in 2020).
My SmugMug galleries for the luncheons:     
2019, at the College Park Aviation Museum, including Stela Ishitani Silva via Twitter:
2017, including Kristine Romich & Society of Physics students (for which she kept a blog of her NASA intern experience):
2017, at the Johns Hopkins University faculty club, including Michael DeLuca & University of Colorado Boulder Engineering School: