1. Nature - "Science in court: Smart enough to die?"
UNM psychologist, Kent Kiehl is compiling 3,000 brain scans of prisoners in what is already the largest collection of images of criminal minds in the world in an effort to assess factors such as psychopathy, or whatever it is that makes people commit crimes, but he also wants to develop a test to predict intelligence.

2. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - "School-Based Health Centers: A Bridge to a Healthier Future"
Elizabeth Dickson, MSN, RN, and fellow in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Nursing and Health Policy Collaborative at UNM, intends to focus her doctoral research interests and policy advocacy on the youth of New Mexico.

3. ABQ Business First - "CityLab continues examination of Downtown possibilities"
UNM architecture students present a “PechaKucha,” a display of 20 images each shown for 20 seconds as part of the ongoing Heart of the City initiative on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the CityLab.

4. EMSI.com - "The role of medical responders in the fight against human trafficking"
During a recent conference in Washington, D.C., Ramsey Tate, a fellow in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UNM, talked about the critical role EMS responders have in the fight against human trafficking. 

5. ABQ Journal - "UNM hopes to be in the 'Pink' tonight"
Proceeds from tonight's 'Pink' Lobo basketball game benefits the UNM Hospital Cancer Center and the Kay Yow foundation.

6. Media monitoring from Tuesday, Feb. 18

The following is provided by a media monitoring service, verbatim and unedited

2 KASA                7:00 AM

I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, BUT MY SON LOVES TO PLAY GAMES ON THE IPAD AND TV. THE STRUGGLE FOR MY HUSBAND AND I IS FIGURING OUT WHICH GAMES ARE APPROPRIATE FOR HIM TO BE PLAYING AT HIS AGE. HERE TO HELP US ALL OUT WITH THIS IS MICHAEL BROWN, PROFESSOR OF GAME DESIGN AT UNM. WELCOME! WE GO INTO A STORE TO PICK UP A GAME, WHAT'S THE FIRST THING WE SHOULD LOOK AT TO MAKE SURE IT'S SAFE FOR OUR KIDS? WHAT GOES INTO A RATING FOR A GAME? YOU SAY... WHAT'S APPROPRIATE FOR YOUR CHILD IS ULTIMATELY UP TO US AS AS PARENTS. MY SON IS FOUR. ANY GAMES YOU WOULD RECOMMEND FOR HIS AGE? FOR MORE ON THIS, VISIT KASA DOT COM AND CLICK ON THE KASA BLOG!

LAST HOUR, DAVID SHOWED US ONE OF THE SMALLER EXHIBITS AT THE NATIONAL CULTURAL CENTER, THIS NEXT ONE SHOWCASES ART MURALS AND A CRITICAL TIME WHEN THEY CAME ABOUT. WE'RE TALKING ART FROM THE 1930S ERA FROM ARTISTS EMPLOYED UNDER PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S NEW DEAL -- NEW MEXICO WAS ONE SPOT WHERE A LOT OF THESE MURALS WERE PAINTED, DAVID ROMERO SHOWS US WHAT'S ON DISPLAY. THE NEW DEAL -- IT WAS MEANT TO PUT THE U-S ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY AFTER THE GREAT DEPRESSION... SOME OF IT'S LASTING EFFECTS CAN BE SEEN RIGHT HERE IN NEW MEXICO. NEW MEXICO WAS REALLY LUCKY DURING THAT TIME TO HAVE A COUPLE OF REALLY STRONG POLITICIANS, CLYDE TINGLEY AND SENATOR DENNIS CHAVEZ GOT A LOT OUT OF THE WPA PROGRAM AND SO NEW MEXICO WAS REALLY TO HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL MURALS. ARTISTS PUT TO WORK MAKING THE BEAUTIFUL MURALS IN RATON AT THE POST OFFICE OR THE LIBRARY AT NEW MEXICO STATE OR THE LIBRARY HERE AT UNM REALLY PUBLIC BUILDINGS ALL OVER NEW MEXICO KEPT OUR ARTISTS WORKING A REALLY GOOD REASON FOR YOU TO COME CHECK OUT THIS EXHIBIT HERE AT THE ALL THROUGHOUT NEW MEXICO AND THEY ARE GATHERED HERE IN ONE LOCATION FOR YOU TO CHECK OUT. ANOTHER GOOD REASON IS THAT THE WORKS OF ART MAY BE GOING AWAY SOONER THAN YOU THINK POST OFFICES, UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS AND SO THIS IS A NICE COLLECTION TO SEE SOME OF THE BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK THAT WAS DONE WHAT AMOUNTS TO ALMOST 90 YEARS AGO NOW WHILE THOSE TYPES OF BUILDINGS MAY BE GONE SOMEDAY, PEOPLE CAN NOW HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE ALL THE ART PRESERVED IN PHOTOS. MILLIONS OF AMERICANS WERE OUT OF WORK INCLUDING ARTISTS AND REALLY WE NEEDED TO TRY AND GET OUR ECONOMY BACK EXHIBIT KIND OF SHOW THE BEAUTIFUL ART THAT THEY DID, BUT IT UNDERSCORES THIS IDEA THAT THE NEW DEAL WAS EMPLOYING PEOPLE, IT WAS PUTTING THEM BACK TO WORK AND THAT INCLUDED ARTISTS WHO DID SOME OF THESE FANTASTIC MURALS DAVID ROMERO, TWO KASA THIS MORNING. ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS ABOUT SEEING BOTH EXHIBITS DAVID SHOWED US THIS MORNING AT THE NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER, IS THAT THEY ARE FREE. YOU CAN HEAD TO OUR WEBSITE... KASA DOT COM AND CLICK ON THE KASA BLOG!

2 KASA                9:00 PM           

UNM IS MOVING FULL STEAM AHEAD AFTER SETTLING A COURT CASE TO BUY NEW LAND FOR ITS ATHLETIC FACILITIES. THE UNIVERSITY WILL PAY 1- POINT-2 MILLION DOLLARS TO BUY ACREAGE ALONG "SUNSHINE TERRACE" JUST SOUTH OF THE SOFTBALL FIELD ALONG UNIVERSITY. WITH THE SETTLEMENT, UNM NOW OWNS 50 OF THE 59 LOTS ON THAT ROAD. THE LAND WAS ORIGINALLY MEANT FOR HOMES BUT HAS BEEN VACANT FOR DECADES. UNM SAYS IT'S STILL WORKING ON BUYING OUT THE LAST NINE PRIVATELY OWNED LOTS. EVENTUALLY THE UNIVERSITY WANTS TO PAVE THE DIRT LOT FOR PARKING.

KOAT-7                5:00 AM                and        5:00 PM

ACTION 7 NEWS ANCHOR DOUG FERNANDEZ REPORTS THE FINDINGS OF A SCHOOL AUDIT COULD PUT SOME LAW STUDENTS, ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE LAW. UNM RELEASED THESE BANK ACCOUNT STATEMENTS MONTHS AGO, FROM AN OFF CAMPUS ACCOUNT USED BY THE UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION. DAVID HERRING/DEAN UNM. SCHOOL OF LAW SAYS: THIS IS A SERIOUS MATTER AND THAT'S WHY WE IMMEDIATELY TURNED IT OVER THE UNIVERSITY INTERNAL AUDIT DEPT. BECAUSE THE SCHOOL WANTS TO KNOW, IF THE ACCOUNT VIOLATES UNM POLICY. DAVID HERRING/DEAN UNM SCHOOL OF LAW SAYS:  WE TOLD ALL OF OUR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS NO MORE OUTSIDE BANK ACCOUNTS AND IF YOU HAVE THEM,YOU HAVE TO CLOSE THEM ALL DOWN IMMEDIATELY THE PROBLEM WAS DISCOVERED WHEN THE STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION STARTED ITS BUDGETING FOR THE YEAR, LAST SEMESTER. THE ALTERNATIVE ACCOUNT THERE WAS A FAIR AMOUNT OF MONEY MISSING FOR THAT WHICH WOULD HAVE BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT TO PAY BACK THE REGULAR ON-CAMPUS ACCOUNT. THE ON CAMPUS ACCOUNT IS TO PAY FOR STUDENT TRAVEL AND OTHER ORGANIZATION EXPENSES. BUT COULD THE STUDENTS WHO USED THE OFF CAMPUS ACCOUNT FOR UNAUTHORIZED EXPENSES, COULD BE SUSPENDED, EXPELLED OR WORSE? DAVID HERRING/DEAN UNM SCHOOL OF LAW SAYS: IF THEY ARE CURRENT STUDENTS IN THE STUDENT BODY I WOULD THINK THAT IS A POSSIBILITY YES THE FINAL AUDIT HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO UNM POLICE, AND THE SCHOOL OF LAW HOPES TO GET IT SOON. BUT CHANGES ARE ALREADY BEING MADE. DAVID HERRING/DEAN UNM SCHOOL OF LAW SAYS: MAKING SURE ALL EXPENSES ARE AUTHORIZED AND ALL REVENUE IS TRACKED IT'S NOT KNOWN WHEN UNM POLICE WILL ACT ON THE FINAL AUDIT.

NEW MEXICO SAW FEWER TRAFFIC DEATHS IN 2013. ACCORDING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND UNM, 307 PEOPLE DIED ON NEW MEXICO ROADS LAST YEAR. THAT'S MORE THAN 60 FEWER DEATHS THAN THE YEAR BEFORE. BERNALILLO COUNTY HAD THE MOST ROAD DEATHS WITH 53, FOLLOWED BY MCKINLEY AND SAN JUAN COUNTIES.

KRQE-13              5:30 PM            News

UNM HAS FINALLY CLOSED THE DEAL ON A BIG CHUNK OF LAND IT HAS WANTED FOR YEARS TO HELP ITS ATHLETIC FACILITIES. THE UNIVERSITY JUST SETTLED A COURT CASE FOR 1- POINT-2 MILLION DOLLARS.. TO BUY UP A FEW ACRES OF LAND ALONG "SUNSHINE TERRACE". UNM NOW OWNS 50 OF THE 59 LOTS ON THE ROAD.. WHICH IS JUST SOUTH OF THE SOFTBALL FIELD ALONG UNIVERSITY. THE LAND WAS ORIGINALLY MEANT FOR HOMES.. BUT IT SAT VACANT FOR DECADES. UNM SAYS IT'S STILL WORKING ON BUYING OUT THE NINE REMAINING, PRIVATELY OWNED LOTS. EVENTUALLY THE UNIVERSITY WANTS TO PAVE THE DIRT LOT FOR PARKING.