Field schools are an exciting opportunity for students to get out of the classroom, to learn new skills, and to get an immersive experience in a different culture. There are field schools available that focus on all of the disciplines within anthropology, including archaeology, ethnology, bioarchaeology, primatology, paleoanthropology, ethnomusicology, as well as related disciplines like museum studies and conservation science. Field school announcements and notifications are regularly distributed to the Anthropology list-serve as well as being posted in the department. If you are interested in attending a field school, please consult with your Anthropology faculty advisor.
Funding/Scholarships for Field Schools
The following is a list of institutions that offer scholarships for student attending field schools. When you start thinking about going to a field school, make sure you take a look through these opportunities.
Society for American Archaeology
Minority Scholarship in Classics and Classical Archaeology
Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship: This offers a scholarship to students attending their first archaeological field school.
Institute for Field Research: This site contains a number of different funding opportunities, some of which are restricted to field schools offered through the IFR.