CURRENT FUNDINGARCE is deeply grateful for the support offered by a variety of stakeholders without whom we could not maintain current levels of scholarship, publication, training, conservation, and membership services. ARCE depends on a combination of governmental, foundation, corporate, institutional and individual contributions.
USAIDARCE has been actively helping to conserving Egyptian monuments since 1993. With funds generously provided by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and in close collaboration with Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), over fifty projects have now been completed.
Recognizing that the future of Egypt's monuments must rest ultimately with Egyptian archaeologists and conservators, ARCE's conservation initiatives include a significant emphasis on training. The Egyptian Antiquities Conservation Project (EAC) is the latest series of projects to be implemented under an agreement with USAID. In 2007, ARCE received funding for a number of specific conservation and training initiatives. Learn More about Featured Projects >>
NEHEach year the NEH generously supports ARCE fellowships for two to four senior scholars wishing to study and complete research in Egypt. The National Endowment for the Humanities is an independent grant-making agency of the United States government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONARCE has received two very important 4 year grants from the Department of Education in recent years. These grants support the work of the center including funding of a series of international seminars, funding improvements to the library, some staff salary assistance, and the purchase of furniture and computers for the use of ARCE fellows and Arabic language students.
CAORC/ U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT, BUREAU OF EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSThe Council of American Overseas Research Centers has been a staunch supporter of ARCE's fellowship program for many years, providing funding for US pre-doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars to study in Egypt. In recent years, CAORC has also supported the digitizing of ARCE's Cairo library catalog for inclusion in the Digital Library for International Research. Most recently, ARCE has received generous grants from CAORC to run an intensive Summer Arabic Language Training Program in Cairo for American college and graduate school students.
ARCE is a member of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC). Founded in 1981, CAORC is a private not-for-profit federation of 22 independent overseas research centers that promote advanced research, particularly in the humanities and social sciences, with focus on the conservation and recording of cultural heritage and the understanding and interpretation of modern societies.