The Dean of the college has funds every year for travel to meetings where you are presenting. Both UG and MA students may apply. There is a set amount each year distributed on a first-come, first-served basis until the money runs out. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for the funds as soon as you have your abstract accepted for your presentation.
Support for student participation in anthropology and other social sciences is awarded to multiple field sites every year by the National Science Foundation. The selected sites offer stipends (~$3000) to help offset the cost of attendance. The list of sites include research in New Mexico, Hungary, Ethiopia and at the Smithsonian Institution.
List of Opportunities
DEADLINES: Most are early March
A variety of Scholarships are available to help cover the cost of attendance. However, you have to submit the application for the field school and be accepted before you apply for the scholarship.
The National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE) administers an internship program for upperclassmen/women and graduate students in the fields of history, historic preservation, cultural resource management, archeology, and other related fields (e.g. ethnography, art history, museum studies, etc.)
Cultural resource opportunities for students during summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Students of any level may apply.
Past examples of internships are:
- Cultural Application of Spatial Data Internship
- Homestead Project Historic Preservation Internship
View the Zintellect site for search for current opportunities.