The ASUNM Senate established the Jenny Marie Ames Scholarship in memory of our former colleague, teacher, and friend to recognize students, like Jenny, who demonstrate outstanding character, vision, and leadership qualities.
Jenny served as Associate Justice for the ASUNM Court from August of 1996 until her untimely death on November 7th of the same year. During her time at UNM, she touched the lives of many students and staff. While serving on Student Court, she acted vigilantly to maintain the standards of our Constitution. She was both fair and impartial in her judgments and was working to revise the Judicial Code to make it more equitable and current.
ASUNM would like to keep Jenny’s memory alive by awarding these prizes in her name to those students who reflect the intelligence, community service, and determination that personified Jenny Marie Ames.
ASUNM Advocacy Scholarship-Application Here
Due: Monday, Septmeber 21st, 2020 by 5:00 pm. Final applications need to be emailed to email@example.com.
Purpose and Details:
The ASUNM Advocacy Scholarship will serve as an avenue for both students, as well as members of ASUNM to bring light to major issues that students encounter on campus on a daily basis, and how they themselves are working to improve it. The recipient of this scholarship will have their essay sent to the President of the University, Dean of Students, Director of Student Activities, and the members of the ASUNM Senate.
ASUNM Emergency Scholarship-Application Deadline has passed
Due: Saturday, April 18th, 2020 by 11:59 pm, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose and Details:
The ASUNM Emergency Scholarship was established to help provide financial relief for students who are experiencing financial difficulties due to this unprecedent time of COVID-19. We recognize that there are many uncertainties regarding employment and other financial obligations that students may have and as your student government we wanted to give back to our students and provide scholarships up to $500.