Sara Bobok (Social Studies, 2019) – Understanding Far Right Mobilization of Hungarian Youth through Civil Society.
Katherine Brady (Social Studies, 2019) – German Politics and Historical Memory on a Monumental Stage, Berlin's Memorial to the Murdered Jews.
Emily Brother (Music, 2019) – Preparing to Analyze, Perform, and Discuss Frédéric Chopin's Preludes Op.28.
Thomas Chatzieleftheriou (Social Studies, 2019) – Petty Corruption as a Defense Mechanism against Populism.
Nicholas Colon (Comparative Study of Religion, 2019) – Exploring the Spiritual Growth of Young Adults on Pilgrimage in Modern Europe. * Real Colegio Complutense Grant Recipient
Aidan Connaughton (Government, 2019) – Effects of Language Translation and Ethnolinguistic Identity on Political Survey Responses.
Eliza Ennis (Social Studies, 2019) – The Politics of International Refugee Aid in an Era of Xenophobia and Public Morality. * Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient
Julia Fine (History and Literature, 2019) – The Incorporation of South Asian Cuisine into the Victorian Palate.
Fiona Fitzgerald (History and Literature, 2019) – Archival Research on Historical Memory of Italian Colonialism.
Jocelyn Hernandez Vazquez (Romance Languages and Literatures, 2019) – The Foundations of Catalan Independence Discourse in the Parliamentary Speeches of the ERC,1978-2017.
Hannah Johnston (History of Science, 2019) – Women in Early Modern Medicine.
Bella Roussanov (History and Literature, 2019) – Anti-Turkish Nationalism in Bulgaria during the Renaming Campaign of 1984.
Arthur Schott Lopes (History, 2019) – A Colonial Imperialism: Gilberto Freyre and the Luso-Brazilian Confederation, 1915-1965.
Wonik Son (History, 2019) – Public Consumption of Disability: Constructing Postwar Photography, Film, and Visuality.