Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 Edna English Trust Archaeological Research Grants!
The Edna English Trust has awarded two 2014 grants for archaeological research at the UO. The awards, channeled through the Oregon Community Foundation and administered by the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, were made to:
Dennis Jenkins and the Northern Great Basin Archaeological Field School ($3601) for the “Purchase of Equipment and Labor to Establish a Computerized “ARCHIE” Field Data Entry Network” which will provide UO archaeology students training in state-of-the-art computer-based data management methods in the field;
John T. O’Connor ($2455) for an “Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of the Island of Niuafo’ou, Kingdom of Tonga.”
Congratulations to the recipients and many thanks to the Edna English Trust for its’ long-term support of archaeological research by Department of Anthropology graduate students and Museum of Natural and Cultural History staff.