Recent Successes by Durham Archaeology Postgraduates
- Dan Lawrence has won a Digital Institute for Archaeology scholarship to spend six months studying at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) at the University of Arkansas.
- Emma Wells has been doubly successful. She has secured a prestigious Ochs Scholarship from the British Archaeological Association to help fund her research; she also recently won a Research Grant from the Society for Church Archaeology
- Ashild Vagene has been awarded a £1000 grant from the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO) for her proposed research project on non-metric trait and mtDNA relatedness in Yorkshire.
- Eleanor Standley has accepted the position of University Lecturer and Assistant Keeper in Medieval Archaeology, in the School of Archaeology and the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.
- Maria Correas (Year 2) was awarded the "Best Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Prize" in the "Vitae Yorkshire and North East Hub Poster Competition and Networking Event: Communicating to the Public".
- Louise Bertini has won an American Research Center in Egypt Fellowship for 2009-2010 for her work using Linear Enamel Hypoplasia to map Changes in Suid and Caprine Husbandry Practices in Dynastic Egypt.
- Adam Rogers, who recently completed his PhD with us, has been successful in obtaining a three year British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Leicester.
- Andy Shaw, who was awarded his PhD in January, has been offered a Leverhulme Early Career fellowship based at Southampton University for a reassessment of early Middle Palaeolithic collections from Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.