AIA Santa Fe Scholarship Program
The Chapter supports two scholarship programs for the University of New Mexico School of Architecture + Planning.
Both scholarships are funded by direct contributions from Chapter funds and matched by funds from the AIA National Component Scholarship grant program, if available.
UNM architecture students submit an application to the Scholarship Committee of the Architecture Program. Each submission is reviewed and evaluated by the Committee, which makes recommendations for awarding the scholarships.
The decisions of the Commiteee are ratified by the entire Architecture faculty at the final faculty meeting of the school year.
Recipients are recognized at the annual Honors and Awards convocation, held in the spring of each year, and also make a presentation at a regular monthly meeting of AIA Santa Fe.
AIA Santa Fe Bradley Kidder Endowed Memorial Scholarship (Established 1997)
The recipient must be a returning, full-time graduate student with at least two semesters remaining in the program. Preference is given to students emphasizing advanced technology skills used in their architecture studies. Preference is given to students from Santa Fe, Los Alamos, San Miguel, Mora, Harding, Union, Colfax, Taos and Rio Arriba counties.
AIA Santa Fe Endowed Scholarship (Established 1999)
The recipient must be a returning graduate student with at least two semesters remaining in the program. The recipient must be a student whose work is exemplary in the area of exploration of sustainable issues in the architecture of New Mexico or the desert Southwest.