AIA News

May 31, 2024

Jane C. Waldbaum Field School Scholarship Winners Announcement

This year, 10 students have been selected to receive the AIA’s Jane C. Waldbaum Field School Scholarship, a fund that supports undergraduate Juniors and Seniors as well as first-year graduate students attend their first archaeological field school.

These Waldbaum scholars are preparing to embark on field school programs around the world. Learn more about the winners and their field schools below.

Brizeida Alvarez Arana (Senior, UCLA): Monastic Midlands Excavation, Ireland

Sophia Andrade (Junior, New York University): Yeronisos Field Project, Cyprus

Sydney Berenson (Junior, College of Wooster): Proyecto Arqueologico Waka’, Guatemala

Shayla Faminow (Senior, University of Victoria): Eastern Boeotia Archaeology Project (Ancient Eleon), Greece

Emma Iracondo (Junior, University of Georgia): Vesztö-Mágor Conservation and Exhibition Program, Hungary

Kira Klonel (Junior, UC Santa Cruz): Spain Cova Gran, Spain

Aayush Umesh (Junior, University of Georgia): Antiochia ad Cragum Archaeological Research Project, Turkey

Alexandria Velasco (Junior, UCLA): Monastic Midlands Excavation, Ireland

Lucy Walaszek (Junior, Columbia University and Trinity College Dublin Dual BA program): Hadrian’s Villa, Italy

Bridget Zhang (Junior, University of Southern California): Liulihe Archaeological Project, China

Want to support future Waldbaum scholars? Donate to the Waldbaum scholarship fund today.

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