Funds by Category: School of Architecture & Planning
School of Architecture & Planning
AIA New Mexico and Professor Stephen Dent share a passion for sustainable design. This scholarship supports an architecture graduate student at the UNM School of Architecture + Planning who has shown excellent design skills with a serious and committed interest in sustainable design. Your support will fuel this passion.
Edie Cherry, FAIA taught architecture at UNM from 1972 until 2000. Jim See, AIA graduated from UNM in architecture in 1969. Jim and Edie, husband and wife, founded Cherry/See Architects in 1977. This named scholarship honors their life legacy and is awarded annually to a full time student enrolled in the Architecture Department who maintains... Read more »
Landscape Architecture is a platform for the cross-pollination of ideas, a tool for positive social and environmental change, and a living narrative that connects us to our surroundings. At the University of New Mexico, the Landscape Architecture Department prepares students with the tools to think and act critically, enabling them to understand the complexity of... Read more »
Professor Don Schlegel established an endowed scholarship, which is awarded to a graduate student in the Masters of Architecture program. The student recipient displays awareness of integration and technology in design, two aspects of the architecture profession that Professor Schlegel was passionate about.
Giving to the Schoeman Travel Fellowship will help provide students in the architecture graduate program an outstanding opportunity to further their education through domestic or foreign travel. Additionally, having this fellowship for SA+P students, it is a strong recruitment component for the program.
To support scholarly and research activities, as well as faculty and graduate assistants for Indigenous Design and Planning.
Join the Alumni Chapter! The Alumni Chapter is an opportunity for graduates of the School, student members, honorary members, and members of the design community to have an active role in supporting the students, faculty, and staff. Opportunities include professional outreach and mentorship, career days and portfolio reviews, networking, student tours, post-lecture receptions, student relief,... Read more »
School of Architecture and Planning Dean’s Fund – The Dean’s Fund is designed to provide a wide range of educational opportunities for our truly amazing, always surprising and extraordinarily energetic students and faculty. It allows the Dean to respond to emerging opportunities and new initiatives directed toward long-term student success.
Every institution has its heroes; those exemplary and iconoclastic individuals who have an impact that is felt for years to come. George Anselevicius was one of those people. Dean of the School of Architecture Planning for more than a decade and an active studio teacher, George’s influence and impact was extraordinary. To honor George for... Read more »
The Michel Pillet Endowed Memorial Scholarship provides architecture students with a valuable and memorable travel experience to enrich and nourish their passion for design. A faculty member for many years, Michel himself probably said it best: “Everything you do, every where you are, whatever you see, listen to, or even taste and smell relates to... Read more »
The Robert Walters Fund for Exhibitions supports gallery shows and exhibitions in George Pearl Hall. Exhibitions are an important component of the School’s educational offerings to our students. The fund honors the late Robert Bob Walters, architect and artist, who played a critically important role in the education of several generations of students at the... Read more »
The Student Success & Leadership Fund supports the activities of the School’s chartered student organizations and their leaders. The Fund was created to help foster a robust student culture at the School. There are currently six very active student organizations.
The Tir Comin Graduate Fellowship is for a Native American graduate student enrolled in Community and Regional Planning master’s program at the School of Architecture and Planning. To help complete the required credit hours to receive a MCRP.