Archaeology and Art History Awards and Scholarships
Archaeology and art history majors have the opportunity to apply and compete for awards and scholarships both within and outside the university to help fund archaeological field schools, summer internships, and research.
Every year the department awards money to select students with the following:
Shirley J. Schwarz Prize
For the best undergraduate research paper on an art historical topic.
Art History Internship Award
For an art history major or minor who has been accepted into a summer internship program.
Browning-Miller Advancement of Archaeology Award
For archaeology, art history, or classical studies majors who have been accepted into a summer excavation or internship program.
University-wide opportunities include:
UExplore Undergraduate Research Grant
For full-time undergraduate students undertaking a project that contributes to the existing body of knowledge in the discipline, has originality and potential for publication, and will be presented or exhibited.
UE Honors Program
For highly motivated and talented students, this program offers the opportunity to participate in unique and stimulating academic experiences alongside peers and faculty who share the love of learning and desire to excel. The Honors Program project is the capstone of the Honors experience and provides a unique opportunity for students to explore an area of study about which they are passionate. Honors Program students may apply for an Honors Program Undergraduate Research Grant to receive funding support for their Honors projects.
Our majors have been awarded competitive scholarships from these outside organizations:
American Schools of Oriental Research
Excavation grants and dig fellowships are provided that allow individuals to participate in excavations in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Biblical Archaeology Society
BAS offers scholarships every year to a few people who would otherwise not be able to volunteer on excavations throughout Israel, Jordan, and other parts of the Mediterranean world.
Center for American Archeology
The Center for American Archeology pursues a mission of education, research and public service in archeology. Their Kampsville Legacy Scholarship program provides scholarships for students attending the Adult Field School at Kampsville, Illinois.
Archaeological Institute of America
The AIA offers a scholarship established in honor of AIA Honorary President Jane Waldbaum intended to help students who are planning to participate in archaeological field work for the first time.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Seventy-five $1,000 grants are awarded each year. Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale and do not need to be members of the society.
- Elizabeth Long ('16)
Honors Program Grant