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  • Cardiology Fellows Fund

    The Cardiology Fellows Fund provides financial resources to provide the highest quality education and professional development opportunities of Cardiology Fellows. This fund enhances UNM’s ability to recruit residents and provide the highest quality Fellowship experience. Please support our fellows.

  • Betty and John Skipper Memorial Research Fund

    Dr. Skipper was faculty in this department before Family Medicine was even a specialty. She was a biostatistician by training with a PhD degree from Case Western Reserve University and was a faculty member at UNM from 1967-2016, 49 years! As Associate Chair of the department, she spearheaded the Promotion and Tenure process and was… Read more »

  • Marilee B. and Maurice W. Wildin Jr., Endowed Scholarship

    Description of Fund: A fifty to sixty word description of the fund. This text will appear as entered by you, so please proofread it carefully Dr. Wildin served the UNM School of Engineering for 36 years, before retiring in 1997. His scholarship was created to benefit undergraduate mechanical engineering students.

  • UNMH Volunteer Birth Companion Program

    The UNMH Volunteer Birth Companion Program provides free birth companions to families birthing at the University of New Mexico Hospital. Birth companions provide emotional, physical and informational support during pregnancy, labor and birth. The program aims to provide respectful, compassionate, and non-judgmental care to people who may not otherwise be able to access continuous birth… Read more »

  • Marilee B and Maurice W Wildin Jr. Endowed Scholarship

    Dr. Wildin served the UNM School of Engineering for 36 years, before retiring in 1997. His scholarship is created to benefit undergraduate mechanical engineering students.

  • Friends of Glenda PNMGC Scholarship

    This scholarship was established in honor of Glenda Lewis by her many friends. Glenda was a Ph.D. Candidate in Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies. Through her years as a student and a student leader, Glenda’s circle of friends was large and included students, staff, faculty, and administrators. As a dedicated Lobo, she invested in other… Read more »

  • Tomorrow Needs You Scholarship

    Tomorrow needs you. As well as every day after that. A saying that has come to mean so much to us after watching ones we loved lose their battle against mental illness. Tomorrow needs you is a two-way street. Not only do we need those battling mental illness to keep fighting; reach out for help… Read more »

  • Ridenour/Mason New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) Fund

    The purpose of the fund is to maintain a sustainable, efficient, state-wide collaborative nursing curriculum that supports the needs of students and addresses the nursing shortage in New Mexico. As the principal balance of the fund grows the designation and name will change to become the Ridenour/Mason NMNEC Faculty and Graduate Fellowship, Visiting Professor, Professorship,… Read more »

  • Maternity and Family Planning at UNMH

    UNM Health System provides patient centered maternity care for women as they bring new life into the world. Our team of certified nurse-midwifes, board-certified family medicine physicians or board-certified obstetricians provide guidance, support and medical care through the journey toward childbirth.

  • Busch, Cooper, Roderick Fund for Teaching Enhancement

    This fund will create teaching assistantships for graduate students interested in a career teaching nuclear engineering. The fund would also support professional development opportunities for faculty that are designed to enhance teaching.

  • Forbes Lawton Family Scholarship

    Dean Geraldine Forbes Isais, created a family scholarship with love, in honor and memory of Gilberto Churchill Forbes and Susan Lawton at the School of Architecture + Planning. The scholarship designated for a graduate student who displays financial need, selected by committee and approval by the dean. Preference may be given to eligible students with… Read more »

  • Breast Cancer Research Fund

    The Breast Cancer Research Fund supports cutting-edge research focused on basic, clinical, survivorship and/or quality studies which directly impacts women and men affected by breast cancer.

  • Douglas T. Mac Neil Memorial Fund

    This fund provides assistance to graduate students in the Latin American Studies program with unmet financial need. The preference is for students pursuing a dual degree, like Douglas T. Mac Neil, in international management.

  • New Mexico Credit Unions Connected Academy at UNMCH

    New Mexico Credit Union’s Connected Academy provides education to the patients at UNM Children’s Hospital with an accredited full-time teacher at the Mimbres School – a state-accredited, year-round elementary and high school which operates in a hospital setting. This program allows patients to continue their education in a safe setting while learning at their own… Read more »

  • Lobo Food Pantries Future Fund Endowment

    To address food insecurity issues among students at UNM, the Lobo Food Pantries offer food and supplies to students facing basic needs. Beginning in 2014, the Lobo Mobile Food Pantry partnered with the Road Runner Foodbank to start monthly fresh food distributions to the UNM community. As the demand and numbers of recipients grew, the… Read more »

  • Comfort for Kids at UNMCH

    The University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital is the only hospital in the state of New Mexico with the specialized providers and staff that are able to provide complete medical assessments of children and adolescents who are alleged victims of physical and sexual abuse as well as neglect. Additionally, UNMH provides a primary care clinic… Read more »

  • Mitzi R. Begay Four Corners Endowed Scholarship

    This endowed scholarship fund is named in honor of Mitzie R. Begay, esteemed elder member of the Diné tribe (Navajo Nation), and former long-serving social worker at the Fort Defiance Indian Hospital, Fort Defiance, AZ (Tséhootsooí Medical Center). Native American students from the Four Corners region (NM, AZ, CO, and UT) will receive priority consideration.… Read more »

  • Anderson School Information Systems

    To support the learning and programs within Information Systems and Information Assurance. Gifts will be used to support student learning opportunities and faculty within these academic programs.

  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Chairman’s Fund

    Every day, our faculty, trainees, and staff dedicate their work to our mission of Patients First through Clinical Care, Education, and Research. Operating on the thinnest margins, we take our responsibility seriously to serve diverse socioeconomic and medically complex patients. During the time of the pandemic, and for the foreseeable future, we would welcome your… Read more »

  • Sabrina Hopkins Endowment Fund for Epilepsy Research

    This fund was established in December, 2020 to honor the memory of Sabrina Laurel Wiman Hopkins, who suffered from epileptic seizures from the age of four, underwent brain surgery at age 10, and passed away unexpectedly and suddenly after a major seizure three days after her 42nd birthday. Sabrina was a wonderful mother and wife,… Read more »