Fellowships and Grants
The Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science provides funding to scholars researching archaeological questions relating to Greece and the broader Mediterranean. Funding both for the full academic year and for short-term research is available. The 2014-2015 fellowships and grants will be announced in the fall 2014. Expect that the application deadline for all Wiener Laboratory funding programs will be January 15, 2015.
Wiener Laboratory Fellowships
Fellowships are awarded annually to graduate students or postdoctoral scholars from any college or university worldwide with question-driven research projects involving materials from archaeological contexts in Greece. Research fellowships are available in the following possible fields:
- Human Skeletal Studies (The J. Lawrence Angel Fellowship)
- Faunal Studies
- Environmental Studies
Both a presence in the Wiener Laboratory and contribution to the School’s academic program are expected of Wiener Laboratory Fellows. The stipend awarded ranges from $15,500 to $27,000.
Funding for projects of shorter duration that involve limited scientific investigations in Greece are also available for scholars of archaeological science from any college or university worldwide. The value of these grants is up to $7,000 each.
Travel Grant of up to $2,000 is available to graduate or post-graduate students from North American colleges or universities to conduct a research project in archaeological science in Greece.