University of Arkansas, Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST)
Deadline: April 15, 2011
These NEH-funded, semester-long residential fellowships at the University of Arkansas provide junior scholars in archaeology with advanced training in geospatial technologies. Fellows enroll in specialized courses and receive access to CAST facilities and resources to pursue independent research projects. Fellowships provide tuition, housing, and a stipend for the semester of residence as well as funding to support participation in field projects.
Qualified applicants should be advanced PhD students or have received a PhD in archaeology within the past five years. Consult the program website for application information and program details. Direct questions to program director Prof. Jesse Casana email@example.com
Prof. Jesse Casana