Wilkie Application

Application: Nancy Wilkie Emergency Funds for Heritage Preservation

  • Provide a description (200 words maximum) of the project.
  • Provide a short paragraph (3-5 sentences) explaining how your project impacts your research area, your discipline, and beyond, including society in general
  • 2-3 sentences
  • Summary

  • Site Information

  • (500 words maximum)
  • (500 words maximum)
  • Project Details & Proposed Outreach Activities

  • (1,000 words maximum)
  • A maximum of 10 images, including maps, drawings and photos can be included.
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    Accepted file types: jpg, pdf, gif, png, Max. file size: 5 MB, Max. files: 10.
    • Activities can include educational programs for the local community, educational programs for local schools, specialized training programs, local economic development, or online presence. (500 words maximum)
    • Budget

    • Please provide a complete project budget, including an indication of what AIA funds will be intended to support. As a reminder, the AIA does not allow for Site Preservation Grant funds to be allocated to indirect or overhead costs. The grant funds that are awarded by the AIA are intended and should be used for direct costs associated with the designated project. The AIA does not fund: archaeological surveys; archaeological excavation (or the supplies to accomplish this); field schools; salaries; excessive administrative expenses or travel costs; the development of management plans.
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    • Permissions

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