Sara Huzar is a member of George Mason University’s Honors College Class of 2019 and is one of its nineteen members to receive the prestigious University Scholarship. She graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Global Affairs and History. While an undergraduate, she held numerous leadership positions in on-campus organizations and spent the spring of 2017 living in Kyiv, Ukraine while interning at the US Embassy in the city. She has completed research projects on the discursive construction of Afghan women and on the role of ethnic otherization in Russian disinformation campaigns in Ukraine. Her research interests focus on nationalism and national memory at the intersection of international security and ethnic conflict.