Schrader Archaeological Endowment – Funding for Grad Students

Announcement of Potential Funding for Archaeological Field Work in Classical Archaeology

Pre-proposals must be submitted by Feb. 28, 2011.

The Edward A. Schrader Endowment Fund of the Program in Classical Archaeology may have some funds available to assist IU students and faculty in conducting field research in prehistoric and  historical Greek and Roman archaeology in summer 2011. If other obligations permit, the Schrader Committee may award up to $2500 per undergraduate, $4000 per graduate student, and $6500 per faculty to assist them with the expenses of doing *research* that will lead to some tangible product, e.g., thesis, dissertation, honors paper or other publication. This does not include general travel or participation in a field project.

The committee, therefore, invites the submission of brief pre-proposals not to exceed one page in length, of projects to be considered for funding by Feb. 28, 2011. Send the pre-proposals to: K. D. Vitelli, Chair, Schrader Committee, via e-mail at “”. Depending on the availability of funds and the quality of the pre-proposal, individuals may be asked to submit more substantial proposals and budgets in early March, with final decisions and awards to be announced by late March.

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