Natural and Social Sciences
1st - Lindsey Brigham, "Dinner After Eden: Meat-Eating, Earth-Keeping, and Redemption"
2nd - Nathan Hadley, "What's a Wilderness Good For?"
3rd - Kate Wildman, "Faith on Fire: Intersection of Politics and Christianity"
Humanities and Theological Studies
1st - Paul Bartow, "The Lords Baltimore and Colonial Maryland: The First American Experiment in Religious Toleration"
2nd - James Van Tholen, "The Horseman of the Empire: Cavalry and Leadership in the Byzantine Reconquest"
3rd - Meghan Tabor, "Mark's Parable of the Mustard Seed: Jesus' Kingship Revealed"
Arts, Media, and Communications
1st - Lindsey Brigham, "Imagination from Desire"
2nd - Thomas Leng, "A Faceless Facebook"
3rd - Christabel Barry, "Borderlands in Simon Pokagon's Ogimawkwe Mitigwaki"
Andrew Hawthorne, "The Third Culture of Rudyard Kipling"