Awards from the Department of Classics
The Robert Lamberton and Susan Rotroff Fund in Classics supports any form of summer study by undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Classics, or by undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Art History and Archaeology whose primary interest is in ancient Greece and/or Rome.
The Kevin Herbert Memorial Fund in Classics supports special study opportunities related to Classics for undergraduate or graduate students, including research, travel, and internships.
Other Awards at Washington University
The purpose of the George R. Throop Endowment is to promote studies of Western Classics and Archaeology. The income from this endowed fund is to be awarded annually to a student(s) or academic for preparation of an accepted Classics study or participation in a recognized archaeological project. The award is administered by faculty in the Interdisciplinary Program in Archaeology.
Washington University's Office of Undergraduate Research provides funding and other resources for WashU undergraduates wishing to carry out independent research.
The Research Scholarships are available to undergraduate students at Washington University to undertake an original independent research project in Europe prior to graduation, whether during the summer break or in addition to a structured semester abroad program.
Any eligible student or member of the Danforth Campus faculty and staff with an open mind and sense of adventure is invited to apply for the Newman Exploration Travel Fund. Travel for the fund should be for the purpose of intellectual, cultural, and/or scholarly development, personal growth and expanded awareness, counducting research toward academic or personal learning goals, and/or service or contribution to the greater good.
Awards from Professional Organizations
The purpose of the scholarship is to further students’ preparation in classics or classical archaeology with opportunities not available during the school year. Eligible proposals might include (but are not limited to) participation in classical summer programs or field schools in Italy, Greece, Egypt, etc., or language training at institutions in the U.S, Canada, or Europe.
Open to undergraduates with Eta Sigma Phi membership who will be rising juniors, seniors, or newly graduated and to members who have received a Bachelor's degree within the eight years prior to application. The scholarship is intended for archeological fieldwork conducted between the spring and fall semesters.