Grants for Doctoral Students Reach a Higher Level with Free Money for School Grants and scholarships support college students on their way to undergraduate degrees, but there are also significant financial hurdles for those who continue into graduate school programs. Thankfully, a large number of organizations are vested in supporting student research efforts that benefit them. Qualified students conduct original research that requires dedication and long hours.
Ignacio De La Torre.
Read the previous two entries in the series. During my undergraduate studies, I received training in Palaeolithic Archaeology, Human Evolution and cognate courses. Towards the end of my undergraduate studies, I did a hands-on analysis of Oldowan and Acheulean assemblages excavated by Mary Leakey at Olduvai Gorge and wrote a dissertation on the transition from the Oldowan to the Acheulean.
My participation enabled me to receive world-class research skills in conducting archaeological research projects. My newly learned skills were applied to conduct an independent research project, written up as a Masters Dissertation in August Although the goal is to better understand Homo erectus technological behaviour at Olduvai Gorge, my research will also increase our understanding of the Leakey collections and adds new knowledge in Palaeolithic research in East Africa.
More importantly, the results of my study will provide a new understanding of Acheulean assemblages from Olduvai and Homo erectus behaviour.Reach a Higher Level with Free Money for School.
Grants and scholarships support college students on their way to undergraduate degrees, but there are also significant financial hurdles for those who continue into graduate school programs.
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The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc. is a private operating foundation dedicated to the advancement of anthropology throughout the world.
Located in New York City, it is one of the major funding sources for international anthropological research and is actively engaged with the anthropological community through its . Alexander Kabelindde received his undergraduate degree from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Thanks to the Wadsworth International Fellowship he will continue his training with a PhD in archaeology at University College London supervised by Dr.
Ignacio De La Torre. Read the previous two. Professional Development Opportunities. EPA provides support for research fellowships and professional development opportunities to encourage students to obtain advanced degrees in the environmental sciences and pursue STEM-related careers.
Uppdrag. Research Associate for the project “Transformations of the State” (Sonderforschnungbereich Staatlichkeit im Wandel), University of Bremen –Germany Associate Professor (Docent) at the Faculty of Law, Stockholm University Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Stockholm University A variety of the Foundation's grants support students enrolled in doctoral programs leading to a Ph.D.
(or equivalent), including grants for dissertation research.