William P. McHugh Memorial Fund

The William P. McHugh Memorial Fund provides a modest $600 grant to pre-doctoral students regardless of nationality to encourage the study of Egyptian geo-archaeology, paleo-archaeology and prehistory. The McHugh family established the fund decades ago in honor of archaeologist, Dr. William P. McHugh, who passed away in 1989. Egyptian dissertation scholars are encouraged to apply. Research must be conducted in Egypt. Applicants may apply for this funding as a stand-alone fellowship or combine it with other funding sources.