Arthur Adkins Summer Research Fellowship
Targeted to third-year undergraduates who are bound for graduate school, this fellowship provides means and opportunity for the writing of a superior research paper on any aspect of the ancient world from the Bronze Age through Late Antiquity. It may be used for travel to classical sites and collections or to other research centers, and/or for living expenses during a summer devoted to research between the third and fourth year.
Deadline: Friday, April 7, 2017
Third-year undergraduates, but this Fellowship is not limited to Classics majors and minors, or even to students of Greek and Latin, and although it may be used for research abroad, it does not require such research. It does require that a student have a well-developed research project by the time of application.
Applicants must submit to the Classics Secretary (by Monday, April 4, 2016) a transcript, a statement (2-3 pages) outlining their project and its relationship to existing knowledge in the field, a plan of research together with a provisional budget for the summer, and a letter from a faculty supervisor. A written report of what was accomplished during the period of the Fellowship must be submitted to the Director of Undergraduate Studies by the first week of the following Autumn Quarter.