Josh Lucio

Program Associate for Scholarships and Programs
(Zuni pueblo)

American Indian Graduate Center

As the Program Associate, Josh is responsible for the oversight of AIGC scholarships and fellowships for undergraduate and graduate level students throughout the country. He will assist with the application processes, respond to academic inquiries including financial aid issues, and assist with outreach efforts.

Josh is Zuni Pueblo from Zuni, New Mexico. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology with two minors in Chemistry and American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona. He was also an active member of the American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) and Beta Sigma Epsilon, an American Indian Fraternity. Josh joined AIGCS in September 2014 having served seven years administering the Zuni Tribal Scholarship program and coordinating various training opportunities for Zuni Tribal Members. In addition, Josh served a number of years as a Reader for the Gates Millennium Scholars Program, an Adjunct Instructor for the University of New Mexico-Gallup branch campus, and former Chairman with the New Mexico Tribal Higher Education Commission. He volunteers his time serving on the board of directors for College Horizons and Graduate Horizons, Inc. Josh enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with his lovely wife and two daughters.

Email Josh or call (505) 881-4584 ext. 125 (Toll free at 1-800-628-1920).