AIA Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships
The AIA is pleased to offer fellowships for travel and study to deserving scholars and a number of scholarships and grants for students, publications, and AIA Societies. AIA scholarships, fellowships, and grants are open to members of the Archaeological Institute of America. If you have any questions, contact the Fellowship Coordinator at 617-358-4184 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AIA website also lists grants and fellowships from other sources. Click here to view.
To support study at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
To support a project relating to Aegean Bronze Age archaeology.
To support a Rome Prize Fellowship for the study of archaeology or classical studies
To honor the memory of John R. Coleman by supporting travel and study in Italy, the western Mediterranean, or North Africa.
For travel and study in Greece, Cyprus, the Aegean Islands, Sicily, southern Italy, Asia Minor, and Mesopotamia.
To support projects relating to the archaeology of Portugal
The Archaeological Institute of America and the German Archaeological Institute (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut) offer reciprocal study fellowships. The program encourages and supports scholarship on various aspects of archaeology and promotes contact between North American and German archaeologists.
To provide excavation support for professional AIA members working around the world.
The AIA's Site Preservation grants are awarded to innovative projects that use outreach and community development alongside direct conservation to sustainably preserve archaeological sites.
The Outreach and Education Grant is to encourage societies to undertake activities such as a teachers' workshop, a kids' archaeology fair, a symposium or event in a local library, or other project promotes archaeology and the AIA's objectives for local community outreach.
Please note that the AIA is no longer offering this grant.
These grants fund publication preparation, or research leading to publication, undertaken by professional members of the AIA.
This program offers subventions from the AIA's von Bothmer Publication Fund in support of new book-length publications in the field of Greek, Roman, and Etruscan archaeology and art history.
These grants are to assist graduate students presenting papers at the AIA Annual Meeting with their travel expenses.
A scholarship established in honor of AIA Past President Jane C. Waldbaum to assist students with the expenses associated with participation in archaeological field schools