Established in 2018, the Nancy Coinman Grant Awards are an essential component of the mission of the Grant County Archaeological Society: to recognize and support students of anthropology and archaeology in their efforts to analyze, preserve, and protect archaeological resources and culturally significant places and objects.
Current Grant Awards:
For 2020, two awards in the amount of $1000 each were offered to PhD candidate(s) and/or Master's-level student(s). The time period to apply expired on March 1, 2020.
Only one applicant was selected for a Grant Award in 2020: PhD candidate Danielle Romero received an award of $1000. Read her research proposal here.
Past Grant Awards:
For the second half of the 2018-2019 academic year, two awards in the amount of $750 each, were provided to one PhD candidate and one Master’s-level student:
Read the progress report of Samantha Bomkamp, our 2018-2019 Coinman Grant Award recipient, here.
Read Samantha Bomkamp's May, 2020, Master's thesis Download Bomkamp-Thesis-Casas-Grandes-Pottery-MPM-2020.pdf (15666.2K)">here.
Read the progress report of Thatcher Rogers, our 2018-2019 Coinman Grant Award recipient, here.
Learn more about Nancy Coinman's remarkable life and her and her family's generosity toward the GCAS's mission, here.
Review the rules and criteria for the GCAS/Nancy Coinman Grant Awards, on our Application Information page.
Complete an Application Via Email for a Coinman Grant Award.
Alternatively, candidates may print, complete, and submit an Application Via Standard Mail.