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Nevada Archaeological Association (NAA) and Am-Arcs of Nevada
Grants of up to $3,000 to Nevada individual students at IHEs to conduct studies in eligible subject areas that promote the preservation of the State's cultural heritage. Funding is intended to support projects conducted by both graduate and undergraduate students. Eligible studies include research on the archaeology of the Great Basin or American Southwest and its implications for the prehistory or history of Nevada. Additional funding may be awarded to successful applicants for travel to the research related conference and presentation meeting.
The Nevada Archaeological Association (NAA) and Am-Arcs of Nevada are pleased to announce the third Joint NAA/Am-Arcs Student Research Grant Competition.
In addition and new this year, students who are awarded the NAA/Am-Arcs Student Research Grant will be eligible for the Steve Daron Memorial Student Travel Grant, a separate grant to fund travel to the NAA annual meeting and the Am-Arcs meeting at which the recipient is required to present. This new grant will serve two purposes:
This year, NAA will also award $150 to the top student paper and the top student poster. Interested applicants should indicate student status when submitting an abstract. To be eligible, a student must be the lead author, but co-authored submissions are acceptable. If two or more students are co-authors, the prize money may be split.
GrantWatch ID#: 188158
- The NAA/AM-ARCS Student Research Grant award is up to $3,000.
- $150 will be awarded to the winner of the student competition for the top student paper and the top student poster.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Student Research Grant: Applications must be submitted electronically in pdf format to (Ms./Dr.) Sean McMurry at email@example.com (Subject = “2020 NAA Student Research Grant Application”).
For questions about the Student Research Grant, contact Sean McMurry at the above email address or Amanda Harvey (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Steve Daron Memorial Student Travel Grant: For more information or to reserve your slot for a free hotel room, please email NAA president Mark Giambastiani (email@example.com) beginning in January.
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