Andrew Sherratt Fund
The Department of Archaeology now invites applications for grants from the Fund for use in 2023. Applications can be for amounts up to £1,000, and should be received by the deadline of 31st March 2023.
Application to the Andrew Sherratt Fund
In celebration of the gifted vision of our colleague Prof. Andrew Sherratt regarding old World Prehistory, a memorial fund was established after his death in 2006 by the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, to support international scholarship, particularly for students at the beginning of their careers.
The purpose of the fund is to assist postgraduate students (Masters / PhD) in Old World Prehistory, from academic institutions anywhere in the world, to travel or gain access to resources that would otherwise be unavailable to them.
The Department of Archaeology now invites applications for grants from the Fund for use in 2023.
Applications can be for amounts up to £1,000, and should be received by the deadline of 31st March 2023.
Submit your application online using this Google form
You will be required to provide your name, affiliation and qualifications, the name and email address of a referee, and a statement explaining in no more than c. 300 words (2000 characters) how much you are applying for, exactly what you need it for and the relevance and importance of the proposed research trip to your current research project.
Decisions on the award of grants will be made by 30 April 2023 and successful applicants notified shortly after. Payment of the grant to successful applicants will be made upon supply of receipts accompanied by a 750 word report on the project plus at least one photograph relating to the project. The deadline for submission of reports and grant claims is 31 December 2023.
The Department of Archaeology reserves the right to publicise the names of recipients of the grants, and we will choose from the reports received a selection to appear on our departmental website along with accompanying photograph.
Please contact Prof. Sue Sherratt if you have any questions about the fund: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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