The Annual Program at the Albright sets us apart as an institution. Fellowships are enhanced by a varied and high-level schedule of field trips, lectures, and workshops, allowing fellows to engage a wide range of experts and scholars.
Ever since the founding of the Institute in 1900, field trips and lectures have been a major part of the program. In his day, William Foxwell Albright himself would lead the fellows into the countryside to explore the world of the Bible. Many of these trips resulted in major survey, excavation, and research projects, as they continue to do today.
Small contributions make a big difference at the Albright. This year, we began a phased plan to subsidize the Resident Fellows’ field trip program. Fellows who come to study at the Albright have the major advantage of location, and we want our fellows to benefit from this proximity to sites and experts. Check out photos from some of the recent trips in our Facebook photo albums.
Many of you have benefited from the Albright program over the years. Now is your chance to secure that experience for the next generation of Albright Fellows.