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Museum Fellowship

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Gustav Jeeninga Museum Fellowship for Archaeology

Purpose

The Gustav Jeeninga Museum Fellowship for Archaeology is established for the purpose of developing scholars in the field of archaeology and biblical studies. The intent of this fellowship is that recipients will become engaged in the field of archaeology, establish a chosen career in this field or in biblical studies, or broaden their biblical knowledge through practical experience with archaeological fieldwork.

Application for Gustav Jeeninga Museum Fellowship for Archaeology [PDF]

The following is a list of past recipients of the scholarship:

Year of FellowshipFellowship RecipientFellowship Location
2008Shannon New-SpanglerTel-Dan, Israel
2009Haley McCrackenBethsaida Excavation Project, Israel
2010Nicole RechRamat Rachel, Israel
2011Lisa KahlKhirbet Qieyafa, Israel
2012Robert HeatonTel Hazor, Israel
2013Dane LeitchAbel Beth Maacah, Israel
2014Rimoun AbdallaTel Megiddo, Israel