The Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology is pleased to announce the 2017 ACUA George Fischer Student Travel Award. This award of $1,000.00 (USD) will be offered to help fund travel costs for the upcoming 2017 SHA Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas, USA, and will be granted to an international student presenting a paper on an underwater or maritime archaeology topic at this Conference. Conference abstracts must be submitted directly to the Conference Organizers as outlined in the Call for Papers. Please refer to http://sha.org/conferences/ for complete details on abstract submission and deadlines.
To be eligible for consideration, students interested in applying for this award must currently be enrolled, and in good academic standing, in a graduate degree program (includes full-time, part-time, or thesis/dissertation hours only). Preference is given to international students. International students are considered to be those students residing or studying in a country other than the country where the conference is being held.
To apply for this award you must submit the following:
Short covering letter
A copy of your conference abstract, along with confirmation of submission
Submissions will be judged on academic merit and relevance to the field of underwater and maritime archaeology.
All Award application materials must be sent to the ACUA at email@example.com by 15 September 2016.
Here’s a great opportunity to conduct research abroad, supported with a $5000 award for travel and accommodation expenses, research related expenses, and stipend (award is in the form of a research grant to the student’s Canadian supervisor). The partner countries: Brazil, mainland China, India, Mexico, and Vietnam.
Review the tabs on Eligibility, How to Apply, and Program Administration. There is also a FAQs.
Although applications are accepted at any time, the recommended deadline is September 28, 2015. Applications are submitted directly but they must be reviewed by the university’s Office of Research Services; in this case, VIU’s Research and Scholarly Activity Office.
If you are planning on attending the American Anthropological Association annual meeting, held in Denver, CO, consider applying for these awards. These are specific to the Archaeology Division. More than one award is available in each of the two categories!!
Applications for the following should be sent to the AD Secretary, Jane Eva Baxter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Diversity Travel Grant: Four awards of up to $600 are available to help cover the travel costs associated with attending the AAA meeting. These grants are intended to increase participation in AAA sessions and in archaeology more widely by students from historically under-represented populations. African American, Alaskan Native, American Indian or Native American, Asian American, Latino and Latina, Chicano and Chicana, and Pacific Islander students in archaeology are encouraged to apply for these travel grants. Archaeology students with disabilities are also eligible for this grant. For more information see: http://www.aaanet.org/sections/ad/awards/#Student_Diversity. The deadline for application is September 15.
Applications for the following should be sent to the AD Student Member-at-Large, Lindsay Montgomery: email@example.com
Student Membership award: The AD awards the next year’s membership in both AAA and AD to up to 20 students who present archaeological papers or posters at the annual meeting. All undergraduate and graduate students who present an archaeological paper or poster at the annual meeting are eligible to apply for this award. For further information please see: http://www.aaanet.org/sections/ad/awards/#Student_Membership. The deadline for application is September 15.
The CAA/ACA is able to offer assistance to student conference participants to offset their travel costs. Grants apply only to the travel portion of conference expenses and not accommodation. Grant applicants must be members in good standing and must participate directly in the scholarly program of the Annual Conference by presenting a paper or poster for which they are the first (primary) author, or by being a Session Discussant or an Invited Presenter.
Applicants must submit a completed application form (you must be logged in to access the application form on the Members Only page) along with original travel receipts for travel expenses claimed, no later than July 1st of the year in which the conference was held. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for funding. All eligible applications will receive an equivalent percentage of their expenses. Preference will be given to student members who have not received support in immediately preceding years.
Archaeology Division, American Anthropological Association
Student Diversity Travel Grant
These grants are intended to increase participation in AAA sessions and in archaeology more widely by students from historically under-represented populations. These travel grants help defray costs associated with attending the AAA meeting. Archaeology students with disabilities are also eligible for this grant.
Up to four grants, of up to $600 each, will be awarded. Applications will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
First priority is given to students presenting a paper or poster.
Within that group, priority is given to students presenting a paper or poster for the first time at the AAA.
Within that group, priority is given based on the distance a student must travel to the meeting.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY SEPTEMBER 15 to the AD Secretary
The Archaeology Division (AD) seeks to support student membership in the AAA and in the AD to maintain and strengthen the representation of archaeology within the AAA. The AD will award the following year’s membership in both the AAA and AD to up to 20 students who present archaeological papers or posters at the annual meeting. This award has a value of between $75 and $135, depending on a student’s AAA membership status.
All students who present an archaeological paper or poster at the annual meeting are eligible to apply for this award. Up to three awards will be allocated specifically for undergraduates.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY SEPTEMBER 15 to the Student Member at Large