In 2023, the Körös Regional Archaeological Project, the Prehistoric Interactions on the Plain Project and the Vésztő-Mágor Conservation and Exhibition Program will offer multiple opportunities for students to participate in archaeological fieldwork in Hungary. These projects are funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Foundation for the Study and Preservation of Tells in the Prehistoric Old World (FSPT), and the Faculty Research Grants in Humanities and Arts Program at the University of Georgia and directed and/or co-directed by Drs. Danielle Riebe and Attila Gyucha. One to four students will be selected for each of the programs and most of the costs (airfare, room, board, in-country travel) will be covered by the projects. In some instances, students may work with the directors to apply for additional internal or external funding opportunities. Selection of students will be based on the completed application. Applications are due by December 20, 2022.
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