Estimating ancient Marine Radiocarbon Reservoir Effects to develop better Arctic settlement histories. A. M. Krus and W. D. Hamilton (Research Incentive Grant, Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland). £6,415. 2016–2017.
Orkney: 'Beside the Ocean of Time'. N. H. Downing, R. D. Irvine, L. Lopez-Merino, C. J. Fearnley, and A. M. Krus. (Research Grant, Arts and Humanities Research Council, AH/N007182/1). £63,830. 2016–2017.
Sensations of Roman Life: Reconstructing and Experiencing a Multi-Sensory Virtual Reality Environment. I. J. Ewart, H. Platts, and A. M. Krus. (Research Grant, Arts and Humanities Research Council, AH/N00714X/1). £63,790. 2016–2017.
Future Faculty Teaching Fellowship. Department of Anthropology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. $18,000 (Tuition fees and stipend). 2012-2013. Instructor of record for Prehistory of North America (Spring 2013) and Human Origins and Prehistory (Fall 2012, Spring 2013)
Mathers Museum of World Cultures’ Conference Travel Award. $350. 2012.
14C AMS Dates on Aztalan's Palisade. A M Krus (Research Award, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources). $1,800. 2011-2012.
Chronology and comparison of Mississippian-era palisades with bastions in the lower Ohio River Valley and Green River Valley. A M Krus (Skomp Research Award, Indiana University). $1,880. 2011-2012.
Associate Instructorship. Department of Anthropology, Indiana University. $16,100 (Tuition fees and stipend). 2011-2012. Associate Instructor for How to Think Like a Scientist (Spring 2012) and Human Origins (Fall 2011).
The context of the Angel Site’s (12-VG-1) fortification system. A M Krus (Skomp Research Award, Indiana University). $2,620. 2010-2011.
Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology Fellowship. Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University. $83,400 (Tuition fees and stipend). 2009-2011.