The Society is committed to encouraging archaeological research and has established this Trust to encourage students to undertake post-graduate studies (including Honours degrees) in archaeology or closely related fields, in topics with relevance to the Australian Capital Territory and region. The Student Prize is merit based, and is awarded at the discretion of the panel established by the CAS Executive.
Details of the Award
CONDITIONS OF THE STUDENT PRIZE:
The Award has been established to provide financial assistance to those individuals who:
In receiving the Student Prize:
These awards will be up to $500 depending on the perceived relevance and scope of the project. A successful applicant may apply in subsequent years.
The Trustees may:
The award is offered annually. Applications are invited from 10 February and must be received by 10 April. The successful applicants will be advised of the outcome by 10 May.
Please fill in the form below, your supervisor must endorse this application and confirm your project.
1 - Summary of Research:
In your application, attach a summary of your research (maximum 1500 words) to this application outlining:
2 - Budget:
A budget outlining the use of the funds should be provided, including any quotes/receipts relevant to the provision of funds
3 - Student application for an award and Supervisor endorsement for an award
The following form must be filled in by the student and the supervisor. The document can be completed digitally or by printing it out.
Previous Prize Recipients
2017 - Liam Norris
Bachelor of Archaeological Science (Honours) - The Australian National University