How to Apply

A GRANT-IN-AID FOR GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH
The Archaeological Society of South Carolina offers grants-in-aid up to $1,000 to any graduate student working on a master's thesis or doctoral dissertation that addresses the archaeology of South Carolina, both historic and prehistoric as well as terrestrial and underwater. Applicants must have a committee-approved topic for thesis research. The grant application consists of (1) a two page description of the research to be conducted, including the problem orientation or hypothesis and its significance, expected data, and methods to be employed; (2) a budget page of anticipated expenses; (3) a letter from the thesis or dissertation advisor endorsing the research project; (4) the applicant's curriculum vita; and (5) a cover letter of self-introduction and intent. Upon completion of the thesis or dissertation, the recipient is expected to submit for publication a summary article to the Society's journal South Carolina Antiquities. The aid of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina should be acknowledged in any publications related to the funded research.

Upon acceptance, grants will be awarded within four weeks after the application is received. Each grant recipient also will be a guest to the lunch at the Annual Conference on South Carolina Archaeology held during April in Columbia, South Carolina. Grant proposals may be submitted at any time throughout the year.
Proposals for the 2014 grant are due by 4:00 PM on February 14, 2014. 

Send application materials either electronically or via U.S. Postal Service to either of the Co-Chairs:


Aaron Brummitt                                               M. Brooke Brilliant
620 Wando Park Boulevard                            121 E. First Street
Mt. Pleasant SC 29464                                   Clayton, NC 27520
                               
abrummitt@smeinc.com
                           brooke.brilliant@yahoo.com


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