- Jessie Cortesi (History), “Authority and Orthodoxy: The Establishment of Catholic Temporal Power”
- Joshua Fisher (History/Secondary Education), “John Wyclif: Papal Reformer”
- Rebecca Jacobs (History), “Spain’s Complex Image: The Connections Between the Black Legend and the Spanish Inquisition”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. Suzanne LaVere (History)
9:45-10:45 AM Panel: "State Institutions and Extermination: Practices in Nazi Germany"
- Heather Dewey (History), “Male Homosexuality during the Third Reich: Expanded Persecution through Pre-Existing Prejudices”
- Evan Frauhiger (History), “The Einsatzgruppen and Himmler: The Psychological Driving Force of the Holocaust”
- Tina Gasnarez (History), “The German National Railway (Reichsbahn) Under the Nazi Regime: The Transformation from a Glorified Past to an Enduring Legacy of Horror”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. Ann Livschiz (History)
10:55-11:35 AM Panel: "State Building and War"
- Patrick Casey (History/ German), “Die Opfernation: Victimhood and Austrian National Identity”
- Christopher A. Reilly (Education), “Failure in Somalia: Conditions, Decisions, and Apathy That Led to a Failed State”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Malanson (History)
11:40 AM -1:00 PM Panel: "America as a Work in Progress"
- Sara Jackson (History), "A Dinner Party is Not a Revolution: The Founders, The Agendas, and the Compromise of 1790”
- Madison Prall (Secondary Education), “Discovering the Relationship between Sex and Progressivism in the Quest for Women’s Sexual and Emotional Agency”
- Alexander Allison (History), “The NAACP and the Dyer Bill: A Campaign to End Lynchings”
- Lisa Bebout (Secondary Education), “The Mythology of Ronald Reagan”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. David Schuster (History)