- Joseph Cazier (Center for Analytics Research & Education) “Bee Data Standardization: Collecting Data to build Global Data Standard for Beekeepers”
- Jeffrey Hirst (Mathematical Sciences) “Dagstuhl Seminar 18361
- Brian MacHarg (Office of Academic Civic Engagement) “From Student Mobilization to Service-Learning: Kuliah Kerja Nyata in Indonesian Higher Education”
- Scott Relyea (History) “Learning to be Colonial: 'Effective Occupation' and Early Twentieth Century Chinese Settlement of Eastern Tibet"
- Dinesh Paudel (Sustainable Development) "The politics of the post-earthquake reconstruction and emerging community resilience in Nepal"
- Xiaorong Shao (Belk Library & Information Commons) "Resource Guide and Case Study of China’s Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)"
- Kin Yan Szeto (Theatre & Dance) "The Art of Crossing Cultures: Performing Literature in Chinese and American Perspectives"
- Xiaofei Tu (Languages, Literatures, & Cultures) "War Memories in Japan and the Yasukuni Shrine"
- Emily Daughtridge (Theatre & Dance) Travel to India to study traditional dance & yoga
- Kara Dempsey (Geography & Planning) “The European Migration Crisis: Perceptions, Reception and Integration in Europe”
- Jari Eloranta (History) “Equality and Convergence? Comparative Mirrors on Nordic Economies in the Long Run”
- Cameron Lippard (Sociology) Travel to Costa Rica to investigate migrant labor conditions in the coffee industry
- Cynthia Liutkus-Pierce (Geology) Travel to Kenya to study geographic distribution of primates in the Early Miocene
- Jill Ehnenn (English) "Bernard Berenson and the influence of Renaissance art on Michael Field's Catholic Poems"
- Jeremiah Kitunda (History) "The African Proverb Project"
- Derek Martin (Geography & Planning) "Losing the Connection: Monitoring the Geomorphic Conditions of Amazonian Headwater Streams in Anticipation of Andean Hydropower Development"
- Benno Weiner (History)
- Jeffrey Bortz (History) "The Mexican Labor Regime from Revolution to Defeat"
- Suzanna Bräuer (Biology) "Linking Microbial Community Composition to Methane and Carbon Dioxide Flux: Assessing Climate Change in Boreal North America"
- Susan Lappan (Anthropology) "After the Fires: Long-Term Responses of an Endangered Ape Population to Anthropogenic Habitat Damage"
- Tatyana Ruseva (Government & Justice Studies) "Renewable Energy Development in Southeastern Europe: The Case of Bulgaria"
- Sarah Carmichael (Geology) "Geochemistry of an Early Human Footprinted Ash - Tanzania"
- Chuanhui Gu (Geology) "Heavy metal Leaching from Land Application of Biosolids in Mudflats of China"
- Tom Hansell and Patricia Beaver (Center for Appalachian Studies) "After Coal: Welsh and Appalachian Mining Communities"
- Andrew Heckert (Geology) "Analyzing Aetosaurs from Argentina: An International Triassic Paleontology Project"
- Rosie Tighe (Geography & Planning) "Gaining an International Perspective on Gentrification"
- Johnny Waters (Geology) "Climate Change, Mass Extinctions, Predation and Changes in Biodiversity"
- Kin-Yan Szeto (Theatre & Dance) "Making Theatre out of Historical Tragedy: The Politics of Trauma and Healing in East-West Perspectives"
- Kathleen Schroeder (Geography and Planning) "Regional Newspapers at Sources of Spatial Data in Bolivia"
- Chie Sakakibara (Geography and Planning) "Tales of the Whale: Climate Change and Cultural Response in the Azores"
- George Ehrhardt (Government and Justice Studies) "Religious mobilization in Japanese elections"
- Cynthia Liutkus-Pierce (Geology) "Searching for Human Origins in Southern Africa: An expedition to document Quaternary hominin footprints in the Namibian desert"
- Brian Zimmer (Geology) "Cementing Our Place in History: Providing Age Constraints and Regional Context for Early Hominid Footprints in Volcanic Ash"
- William Anderson (Geology) "Groundwater Research in the United Kingdom: Coastal Groundwater Modeling and a New Tool for Reconstructing Past Changes in Sea Level"
- Eli Bentor (Art) "Historical Study of Aro Masquerade Performance"
- Vicky Grube (Art) "Authentic Art Making in Two Cultures"
- L. Baker Perry (Geography and Planning) "Climatological and Ecological Investigations in the Cordillera Vilacnota, Peru"