Deadline to be considered for assistantships and graduate fellowships – January 15 annually
Our teaching assistantships offer a wide range of teaching opportunities. Students assist professors in large lecture or writing-intensive courses, lead discussion sections, or team-teach with faculty in the introductory Latin sequence. Students may also teach their own classes, as they become available; these include classes in the introductory Latin sequence, Greek and Latin in English (AMS 1050), and (typically in the summer session) Classical Mythology (AMS 1060), Greek Culture (AMS 2100), or Roman Culture (AMS 2200). Opportunities for online teaching and course development are also available.
Research assistantships occasionally become available to AMS graduate students. Such assistantships may involve working closely with AMS faculty in a research-capacity or (for archaeology students, in particular) an internship in Archaeometry at the MU Research Reactor.
Three-month, semester, or full-year award for travel for graduate students studying archaeology.
A scholarship to support travel of AMS graduate students who are participating in the summer program of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens or in an equivalent program.
A one-year fellowship to support completion of a Classical Languages dissertation. The successful candidate teaches at the “half-time” (.25) level in each semester but receives “full-time” (.5) funding for the academic year.
A fellowship supporting AMS graduate student travel.
A fellowship recognizing and encouraging outstanding graduate students in archaeology whose aptitudes and attitudes demonstrate a desire to pursue a lifelong professional career (not necessarily academic) in the field of archaeology.
A scholarship to support travel for graduate students in AMS languages programs.
A fellowship awarded for one year of graduate study to newly admitted graduate students in AMS who have exhibited special merit or to support travel related to long-term study or research of current graduate students.
An annual award for outstanding graduate students with a strong commitment to classical archaeology.
An annual award, renewable for up to three years, for graduate students studying archaeology, with preference of renewal given to those whose financial circumstances would otherwise prevent them from continuing graduate studies. Eligibility: students who have completed at least 24 credit hours of study in archaeology at the university level.
A fellowship typically awarded to MA/PhD or PhD Classical Languages candidates in the first year of graduate study (but may be awarded in years other than the first year of study). Recipients shall be selected with preference given to those pursuing one or more of the following: ancient rhetoric/oratory, Cicero, Lucretius, Ovid, the Hellenistic age, medieval literature.
A fellowship to cover expenses related to conducting archaeological research abroad. Preference shall be given to doctoral students in archaeology who propose to conduct a year of dissertation research abroad.