In 2009 the following persons received an RSC Research Grant for their projects:
- Michal Galan (University of Wroclaw, Poland), "United States Toward Palestinian Terrorist Movements in 1967-1973" (Ph.D);
- Tal Tovy (University of Haifa, Israel), "Did the United States Understand the Nature of the Vietnam War?" (independent research project);
- Robert Mason (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom), "Spiro T. Agnew and the Suburbanisation of the Republican Party" (independent research project);
- Hannah S. Vernooij (University of Leiden, Netherlands), "Dutch-American Relations During the Independence of Indonesia" (M.A.);
- Timothy R. Stanley (Sussex University, United Kingdom), "A Peasant's Revolt: Patrick Buchanan and U.S. Conservatism, 1964-2000" (independent research project);
- Sylvia Ellis (Northumbria University, United Kingdom), "Lyndon Johnson and the Civil Rights Movement" (book);
- Dayna Barnes (London School of Economics, United Kingdom), "American Wartime Planning for Postwar Japan, 1937-1947 (Ph.D);
- John A. Kirk (University of London, United Kingdom), "Arsnik: the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Arkansas, 1962-1967 (book);
- Charlie Horten-Middleton (Cambridge University, United Kingdom), "Social Policy and the Indian New Deal (independent research project).
European students seeking a masters or doctorate in American history as well as advanced scholars are invited to apply for a Research Grant. Application forms can be found here and relevant information on the RSC archival collections can be found here.