1 July 2019

Funding success for Archaeology PhD Students

Congratulations to our students who have succeeded in securing funding for their PhD research.

Logo: The White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities - Universities of Leeds, Sheffield & York

Three of our students have secured funding from the White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH). The White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities is a Doctoral Training Partnership between the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. It provides AHRC-funded studentships each year to undertake doctoral study at the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield or York.

Aimee Barlow (UK)

Coming of age: a biocultural investigation of reproductive practices in Industrial Britain

Supervisor: Dr Lizzy Craig-Atkins & Dr Katie Hemer

Ben Wigley (UK)

A bioarchaeological examination of the impact of early life stress on later health outcomes using procrustean assessment of dental fluctuating asymmetry

Supervisor: Dr Lizzy Craig-Atkins

Tracey Platts (UK)

Butchery practices in the Roman World: Rome, Romanitas and the western Empire

Supervisor: Professor Umberto Albarella

We're really pleased with the success of our PGR students in the WRoCAH funding competition.

PhD scholarships

There are lots of different types of scholarships available, from full awards covering fees, living expenses and research costs to partial fee scholarships.