Student Scholarship/Stipend Deadline - February 1, 2020
The Council for Maryland Archeology is currently accepting applications for a $250.00 stipend to a student presenting a paper at the Mid-Atlantic Archeological Conference (MAAC) in Ocean City, Maryland. This stipend is awarded annually to assist participating students with conference expenses.
Criteria for this award include the following:
- The applicant must be a graduate or undergraduate student at a college or university.
- Successful applicants will be registered to give a paper at the MAAC (the MAAC registration deadline is December 15).
- Applicants must show interest in participating in Maryland Archeology outside of the classroom.
To apply send a letter containing the following:
- Contact information (name, address, e-mail, and telephone number).
- An explanation or description of your participation/interest in Maryland Archeology.
- Your MAAC abstract.
- A reference from a professional working in Maryland Archeology.
This application should be submitted via email to the members of the Education Committee of the Council for Maryland Archeology: Tara Tetrault, Marian Creveling, and Jeanne Ward
Application for Student Scholarship (pdf)
Please copy all three addresses:
Deadline = February 1, 2020
Previous Stipend Recipients:
2019 - Olivia Hamilton (Salisbury University), "Zooarchaeology of Colonial Sites in Somerset, Maryland"
2018 - Sarah Grady (University of Maryland, College Park), "1930 Mill Swamp Rosenwald Type School"
2017 - Craig Stevens (American University), "Using GIS to Interpret the Josiah Henson Site"
2016 - Rebecca Webster (St Mary's College of Maryland), "Analysis of Glass and Shell Beads from 16th to 19th Century Sites in Southern Maryland"
2015 - Zachary Singer (University of Conneticut), "Re-analyzing the Higgins and Nolan's Ferry Paleoindian Occupations "
2015 - Matt Nicholson (University of Baltimore), "Comparing Prehistoric Contexts at the Lost Towns Project"
2015 - Catherine Dye (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "Comparing Childhood Habitation and Burial Contexts"
2014 - Jarrett Smith (Howard University), "Reviewing African American Sites Using Compliance Archaeology Reports"
2014 - Kaiolani Siregar (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "The Chemical Signature for Morgan Jones Ceramics using XRF Spectrometer"
2013 - Skylar Bauer (St. Mary's College of Maryland), "'pallizaded in the defense:' The Architecture of Conflict in the 17th-Century Chesapeake"
2012 - Jennifer Allen (University of Maryland, College Park), "Benefiting the Public Through a More Curation Focused Archaeology"
2011 - Jenna Zimmerman (University of Maryland, College Park), "Eighteenth-Century Plantation Landscapes in Anne Arundel County, Maryland: Establishing a Model for the Location of Slave Quarters"
2010 - Kate Birmingham (The George Washington University), "The Boyd Family of Queen Anne Town: Social Mobility and Material Culture in 18th Century Maryland"
2010 - Emily Swain (University of Maryland, College Park), "Sites, Surveys, and Stewardship: Discovering the Potential of Prince George's County"