Humanities & Fine Arts

1st Place: Victoria Korotchenko

The Fate of the Motherland's Children: Youth Action, Trauma, and Experiences within the Russian Revolution (1917-1923)

Victoria Korotchenko

2nd Place: Cheyenne Assil

MoMA and American Art: A Re-Evaluation of the Museum of Modern Art and its Presumed Eurocentric Attitude
Cheyenne Assil

Social Sciences

1st Place: Liz Munday

Visualizing Race: How Stereotypes Activate Racialized Thinking When Racial Cues Are Not Present
Liz Munday

2nd Place: Leila Katibah

The Politics of Pegasus Spyware: Examining the Impact of Surveillance on Journalism
Leila Katibah

Science & Engineering 

1st Place: Hally Zhou & Harry Hebeler

Methods of Assessing Air Pollution and Economic Development in Colombia
Hally Zhou & Harry Hebeler

2nd Place: Kareena Johnson

PC1-p15 Expression Does Not Induce Mitochondrial Fission via DRP1 Phosphorylation in Polycystic Kidney Disease
Kareena Johnson