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  • The Phil Davis Scholarship Fund in Civil Rights

    The purpose of the Phil Davis Fund for Scholarship in Civil Rights, established after Phil Davis’ sudden death in January 2022, is to provide an annual award to a University Of New Mexico School of Law student with exemplary dedication to the furtherance of civil rights law in New Mexico. Phil Davis graduated from the… Read more »

  • Sharon Melchert, Lynne Schendel, Betty Seals, Susie Singer and Mona Williams Endowed Scholarship for Women’s Basketball

    Donations to this fund in honor of Susie Singer will be used to help fund athletic scholarships for student-athletes participating in Women’s Basketball at The University of New Mexico. The funds may be used to support tuition, room and board, books, lab fees and any other educational expenses that will help to enhance the student-athlete… Read more »

  • ASM Faculty Excellence Fund

    Funds will be used in our ongoing effort to attract and retain the best faculty talent available

  • ReACT Award Fund

    The (Hella and Lothar Wandinger) ReACT award recognizes the Research Advancement, Creativity, and Talent of UNM Health Sciences graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

  • Project: Recruit, Retain, Graduate

    Gifts from caring donors to this project will help the College respond to the pandemic and the school staffing shortage. The Project’s focus is to recruit, support and graduate a diverse workforce of teachers and staff for New Mexico schools because every child deserves a highly qualified teacher.

  • Dr. James and Mrs. Beth Wiggins Endowment for Obstetrics and Gynecology

    The Dr. James and Mrs. Beth Wiggins Endowment for Obstetrics and Gynecology provides support for an obstetrics and gynecology library and for other purposes deemed appropriate by the Department Chair.

  • Urogyn Research Projects

    The Urogyn Research Projects fund will be used to further the Trimosan Gel Trial research project.

  • Randolph V. and Eleanore F. Seligman Endowed Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology

    The Randolph V. and Eleanore F. Seligman Endowed Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology supports the research of students, residents, and fellows pursuing careers in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

  • Prenatal Genetics Patient Needs Fund

    The Prenatal Genetics Patient Needs Fund provides funding for genetic testing for patients with financial need.

  • Pinon Group Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow Support Fund

    The Pinon Group Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow Support Fund will be used to support advancement of the education of Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellows.

  • OBGYN URO Research Education Fund

    The OBGYN URO Research Education Fund supports research and education within the Urogyn division of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

  • OB/GYN School of Medicine

    The OB/GYN School of Medicine fund provides support for research & development and salary support for faculty, staff, or residents of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology to be used at the discretion of the Department Chair.

  • OB/GYN Research Fund

    The OB/GYN Research fund supports the research within the Department.

  • OB/GYN Faculty Service

    The OB/GYN Faculty Service expedites funding of items for special events such as Resident’s Day and the OB/GYN Post-Graduate Seminar.

  • OB-GYN Doula Program

    Funds will be used to support the OBGYN’s Doula program.

  • Maternal Fetal Medicine

    The Maternal Fetal Medicine fund brings in professors to give lectures.

  • Family Planning Research Fund

    The Family Planning Research Fund supports research related activities and costs such as travel, nooks, conference registration fees, medical equipment, facility rental costs, participant incentives, and printing.

  • Family Planning Fund

    The Family Planning Fund provides program and research support for fellowships in OBGYN.

  • T.E.A.M. Approach Reducing Child Obesity

    The T.E.A.M. Approach Reducing Child Obesity fund supports the project “Can you Imagine Me” to prevent childhood obesity. The goal of the project is to develop and implement strategies targeted to addressing the specific health needs of African American children to aid in the prevention of childhood obesity and reduce the incidence of Type II… Read more »

  • International Projects for ASM Students

    Anderson has a long history of supporting students to use business and management skills to shape the global agenda. Please support out fund and learn more about what international projects we are currently working on. These projects include student projects that include providing international experiences to our diverse student population. For information about previous student… Read more »