ASOR offers excavation scholarships for 2011

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ASOR is pleased to announce that it will once again offer scholarships for individuals to participate in excavations during the 2011 summer field season. ASOR anticipates awarding approximately 30 scholarships through its Heritage and Platt Fellowship programs. Fellowships will typically be for $1,000 each. Applications are due by February 15, 2011.

In order to apply, individuals must be student, retired, or professional members of ASOR or students enrolled at an ASOR-member school. Applicants are encouraged to apply for both Heritage and Platt Fellowships. While two applications must be submitted, applicants may use the same information on both applications. Details on the fellowship programs can be found at the following URLs:

Heritage fellowships: http://www.asor.org/fellowships/heritage.html

Platt fellowships: http://www.asor.org/fellowships/platt.html

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2 Comments for : ASOR offers excavation scholarships for 2011
    • David Shapira
    • December 30, 2010

    Dear sir/Madam

    Yesterday I have subscribed (proffesional)

    but I am not able to enter to the Jornals.

    Could you help me on this

    Thanks

    David

    • Dear David,

      It usually takes up to two business days for the membership staff to process new memberships and send them along to Atypon. Access is then almost instantaneous. We had a limited staff over the holidays, so the time may be a little longer. If you are already not in the system, please contact Kevin Cooney (director of membership, subscription, and publication services) at asorpubs@bu.edu or at 617-358-4376. He'll be in the office on Monday, January 3rd.

      Thanks for your membership in and support of ASOR.

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