Greg London was a beloved son, brother, and friend who passed away in 2019 after battling mental illness. He was a 2017 graduate of the University of New Mexico while majoring in Chemistry and Biology. During his life, Greg exhibited a profound level of compassion and kindness that truly made the world a better place.
Unfortunately, mental illnesses are common and affect the lives of one in five adults in the U.S. Despite the prevalence of mental illnesses, there is still a significant stigma and lack of support around mental health struggles, which prevents many people from seeking help.
This scholarship seeks to honor the life of Greg London by supporting students who have been affected by mental illness and is pursuing a career related to mental health or related field.
Any undergraduate or graduate student at the University of New Mexico who has personally been affected by mental illness and is studying to work in mental health or related field such as psychology, medicine, or science may apply for this scholarship.
To apply, tell us how your experience with mental health has affected your beliefs, relationships, and career goals.