Funds by Category: UNM Branch Campuses
UNM Branch Campuses
The African American Student Services Fund is used to provide integral personal, academic, and educational support to our students at UNM. The Fund will also be used to facilitate AASS programming, including (but not limited to), the Black Cultural Conference, academic lectures, visiting guest speakers, the BEST Summer Academy and the Bridge Program.
This fellowship supports Anthropology graduate students during the final, write-up phase of completing their doctoral degree, including the dissertation defense and award of the PhD. Anthropology graduate students in any of the four subfields of Ethnology, Archaeology, Public Archeology, and Evolutionary Anthropology are eligible for consideration.
The LAII has embarked on a project that will locate, translate, annotate, and publish a multi-volume set of previously unused documents pertinent to Benjamin Franklin that are in the archives of Spain. A team of five scholars from New Mexico and Spain will be working on this project and have already selected the documents for... Read more »
CSI conducts world-class research by scientists and students across numerous disciplines at UNM, promotes partnerships within the scientific and academic communities, creates awareness of the increasing importance and impact of stable isotope research, and enhances opportunities for educational support for student training programs in the collection, preparation, and interpretation of samples and results. Your support... Read more »
Each year, the Joseph V. Scaletti Catalyst Lecture brings a leading biomedical researcher to the UNM campus to interact with students and colleagues, accelerating the rate of forward progress in the areas of biomedical research, healthcare education, innovative healthcare delivery, and state-of-the-art patient care. The Catalyst Lecture series honors the contributions of Dr. Joseph V.... Read more »
Now, more than ever, we need to help New Mexicans reduce health risks and realize healthier outcomes. The challenge is daunting. Social and economic forces play a greater role in health than does the healthcare system, and New Mexico suffers the highest burden of adverse social and economic indicators of any state. Contributions to the... Read more »
For seventeen years, the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Prevention Program has been working statewide to prevent a birth defect that is 100% preventable. The program does this by educating New Mexicans, both young and old, about the hazards of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Your donation will help save children from being born with lifelong challenges.... Read more »
Franklin Garber was a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Frank was an executive for Zanios Foods and was widely known in the food and beverage industry. He was an accomplished and dedicated musician and especially loved playing guitar for all of his friends and family. Established by his daughter, Christi Garber, the fund will support... Read more »
AFRICANA STUDIES gives students of all races, ethnicities, and backgrounds a full understanding of the global linkages between peoples of Africa and other African descended people in the Southwest, the contiguous United States and throughout the Black diaspora. Your contributions will support the creation of a Distinguished Chair in Africana Studies.
Established by Jean McKinney Gratton and Patrick Gratton, this endowment supports the Patrick J. F. Gratton Scholarship in Earth & Planetary Sciences, and the Katherine G. Simons Scholarship in English. The Patrick J. F. Gratton Scholarship is awarded to biannually to a student demonstrating both academic excellence and financial need, with an interest in natural... Read more »
This endowed award is given annually to a senior midwifery student who shows evidence of community building in midwifery, or interest in a career in midwifery education, or who demonstrates exemplary leadership while in the midwifery program. The award honors the retirement of Julie Gorwoda, CNM, MSN who was employed at UNM for 31 years... Read more »
This fund supports the multidisciplinary mission of the Liberal Arts and Integrative Studies Programs in University College, including support for experiential education, outreach to the community and expansion of services to branch campuses and partners throughout New Mexico.
This discretionary fund is used to provide program and activities support, and to meet the initiatives and unexpected needs of the Linguistics Department.
La Tierra Sagrada Society is a member-driven organization, dedicated to investing in the healthcare providers of tomorrow by supporting students today. One hundred percent of your contribution supports a need-based scholarship for a student in the UNM Occupational Therapy Program. Gifts of any denomination will be accepted and greatly appreciated. An annual gift of $1,000... Read more »
Support the Maxwell Museum’s exploration of the human experience by contributing to exhibitions featuring unique and fascinating anthropological collections, objects, and images and the rich stories that they tell.
The University of New Mexico Memory and Aging Center (UNM-MAC) is dedicated to the treatment of patients with all types of dementia. UNM-MAC provides treatment for cognitively impaired individuals and, through research, brings new treatments to the state. One of its main goals is to provide patient access to the highest quality research and the... Read more »
Funds from this endowment may be used for scholarship, research or travel related to the field of comparative sociology or cross-national sociology at the discretion of the Department of Sociology.
This fund supports the Museum of Southwestern Biology Fishes Division by providing unique opportunities under the discretion of the Curator of the Fishes Division to conduct field expeditions to obtain and curate new specimens, support students, and to meet strategic goals and unexpected needs of the division.
This fund supports the Museum of Southwestern Biology Herbarium Division by providing unique opportunities under the discretion of the Curator of the Herbarium Division to conduct field expeditions to obtain and curate new specimens, support students, and to meet strategic goals and unexpected needs of the division.
Nancy Morton, RN, CCRN, MSN (L), joined the UNM College of Nursing (CON) in Fall 1994. While there, she served as Level Coordinator, Undergraduate Committee Chair, and Undergraduate Program Director. She also participated in and chaired the clinical and curricular design committees for the statewide New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) and worked tirelessly to... Read more »
Join with the UNM Physician Assistant alumni community and sponsor a PA student’s first white coat and stethoscope – two important symbols of their entry into the medical profession. With the gift of $200, you will have the opportunity to provide a student with their new white coat and stethoscope and you can share a... Read more »
Lead the way for change and innovation by supporting the Physics & Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Science (PAÍS) project, a new facility delivering state of the art research and training infrastructure, as well as high-end technological capabilities designed to advance UNM’s strong tradition in interdisciplinary research and scholarship, providing UNM students the experiences necessary for their... Read more »
To honor Rudolfo Anaya, and to continue the tradition of excellence in Chicana/o literature at the University of New Mexico, this endowment will provide support for a student enrolled in the MFA Creative Writing Program. Anaya is known as the dean of Chicano writers; his teaching and writings have impacted a generation of writers, literary... Read more »
UNM’s Employee Wellness offers a variety of programs focused on health, well-being, and personal development to 8,000+ staff/faculty as well as the UNM community. The Stadium Stair Challenge is a public event held at the DreamStyle Stadium where participants will challenge themselves by running/jogging/walking the 1,668 stadium stairs. All proceeds from the Stadium Stair Challenge... Read more »
This fund is used to support expenses related to maintaining the Statistics Clinic, including student stipends, conference and travel expenses, and the creation and promotion of publications and research materials.
The Sustainability Studies Program utilizes experiential learning, research, and service activities to implement practical solutions for a sustainable future on the UNM campus, in the state of New Mexico, and for the Earth as a whole. Sustainability Studies integrates knowledge and methodologies from the Sciences, Humanities, and Arts to provide a roadmap for students that... Read more »
Established in memory of Dr. Benjamin Sacks, Professor Emeritus of History at UNM from 1929 to 1963, the purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students participating in a study abroad program of the UNM Global Education Office, majoring in history with a focus on European, British or African History.
This fund is used at the discretion of the Gallup Branch Executive Director for activities and other needs benefiting the UNM Gallup Branch Campus.
UNM-Los Alamos offers a number of outstanding programs and services to meet a variety of student needs and interests 14 certificate programs and 18 associate degree programs; community education and customized training courses; small business development seminars through our Small Business Development Centers Los Alamos and Sandoval Counties ; Adult Basic Education programs including General... Read more »
At UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center, we are committed to putting you and your health first. In addition to providing the highest caliber of healthcare services available, our team is dedicated to delivering compassionate, personalized care that makes our guests feel welcome, appreciated, and respected. UNM SRMC is driven by a value structure that emphasizes... Read more »
This fund is used at the discretion of the Taos Branch Campus Director for activities and other needs benefiting the UNM Taos Branch Campus.
The UNM-Valencia Campus Annual Fund supports the fundraising efforts of the development office as well as support of campus projects and student needs. The latter includes paying for students to take their GED, emergency support of students, and support of campus clubs.
This scholarship was established in memory of Jonathan M. Suarez who was a native of Gallup and graduated from the University of New Mexico with a B.A. in Political Science. Jonathan’s legacy is one of unwavering love for his family, a deep compassion for others, and everlasting relationships with those who were drawn to his... Read more »
This endowment’s primary purpose is to provide temporary financial assistance to UNM Valencia Campus students whose academic performance could be affected by unexpected challenges such as home eviction, a car accident, delinquent utility bills, or a family tragedy. It is also established as a seed fund to encourage additional donations for this purpose.
This discretionary fund provides support for the initiatives, activities and needs of the Women Studies Program.