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New Scholarship to Help Native American College Students Complete Field School

Crow Canyon Archeological Center campus. (Photo: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center)

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is proud to announce the creation of a new scholarship to help promising Native American college students complete their archaeological field school training.

Recipients of the Native American College Field School scholarship will receive $4,100 to support their Crow Canyon College Field School fees, as well as $330 to support six credit hours of tuition offered by Adams State University.

The purpose of the scholarship is to assist Native American undergraduate and graduate students who show promise in making a significant contribution to archaeological knowledge and/or Native American cultures of North America. Crow Canyon will be offering a single scholarship for the 2017 field season.

Applicants for the Native American College Field School Scholarship at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center must be enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program at a recognized university in North America. Students whose major is focused on the archaeology of North America, ethnography, Native American studies, or museum studies/education will be given preference.

To apply, please send a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by April 1, 2017. Letters of interest should comment on how participating in the College Field School will be of benefit to the applicants future career, academic studies, and/or involvement in their home communities.

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