Peyton and Douglas Wright Memorial Fellowship
A $1000 yearly award that allows an Archaeology graduate student to undertake a research project leading to a master's or doctoral degree.
Posted: March 21, 2006
The Peyton and Douglas Wright Memorial Fellowship
The Peyton and Douglas Wright Memorial Fellowship is a $1000 yearly award that allows an
Archaeology graduate student to undertake a research project leading to a master's
or doctoral degree. The purpose of this fellowship is to provide support for a
specific scholarly investigative project. It is intended to cover costs associated with
that research project.
Peyton Wright was a graduate of the Department of Anthropology and a professional
archaeologist. In his memory, his family and friends have established a fellowship
program to aid other students in completing their graduate work in Archaeology.
Your application should include the following:
(1) an application form, which can be found in the Department of Anthropology, or
an electronic copy can be obtained by request to Heather Nathanson-Flowers at
(2) a description of the proposed research (no more than two double-spaced typed
(3) a one-page resume including a description of any special qualifications of the
applicant to conduct the proposed project;
(4) a list of other present or pending support; and
(5) an itemized budget.
Preference will be given to applicants who have applied for research funds from
outside of the University.
Completed applications will be reviewed in the spring semester.
Successful applicants will be expected to submit a five-page report on their
research at the completion of the field research.
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2006.
Department of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station C3200
Austin, TX 78712-0303
512-232-2180 fax: 512-471-6535