Ralph and Marion Marshall Curation Award ($1,500)
This award, created in memory of Ralph and Marion Marshall, commemorates their affection and enthusiasm for archaeological curation..There are three awards of $1,500 each for Fall 2013. The award will be made available to new and continuing Anthropology undergraduate and graduate students each semester who demonstrate a commitment to the curation of archaeological artifacts. ANTH 491 requires 120 hours of supervised training. Recipients must complete these hours at the John D. Cooper Center in Anaheim. Recipients typically work on curation projects for a minimum of 8-10 hours per week throughout semester at the Cooper Center under the direct supervision of Cooper Center staff. .
Please email the application and supporting materials to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, David McKenzie (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 8:00 a.m. on Monday August 19, 2013.
Requirements for completion of applications is available on-line at http://anthro.fullerton.edu/scholarshipsandawards/anthAwards.htm#Curation