Cheung will spend 2016-17 at the American Academy in Rome as a Rome Prize fellow. She will continue work on her dissertation, "Storage and Packing for an Empire: Agricultural Economies in West-Central Italy, c. 200 BCE -- 200 CE," supervised by Professor Ted Pena. The formal announcement and list of all 2016-17 Rome Prize winners can be found here.
Cradic will spend 2016-17 at the Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem as an Educational and Cultural Affairs Research fellow. She will continue work on her dissertation, "Transformations in Death: Funerary Practices and Personhood in the Bronze Age Levant," supervised by Professor Benjamin Porter. A formal announcement of the Albright fellowship winners will be made in September.
Congratulations to Caroline and Melissa!