1. Interactive Intelligence - "$2.2 Million UTEP-Led Research to Design 3-D Printer for Aerospace Systems"
UNM part of a team awarded a grant to further 3-D printing technologies for rapid manufacturing of aerospace systems.

2. Prospectus News - "College recruiters give low-income public campuses fewer visits"
UNM recruiter Gary Bednorz makes a pitch to high school students in California, taking advantage of the state's cutbacks on universities to recruit students.

3. ABQ Business First - "New Mexicans get app to help with ACA"
Nick Flor, a faculty member at UNM Anderson School of Management and others develop a free app to assist New Mexicans navigate the Affordable Care Act and determine whether they’re eligible for subsidies under the law.

4. Slashdot - "Regulations Could Delay or Prevent Space Tourism"
Dirk Gibson, associate professor of communication at UNM and author of multiple books on space tourism explains how space travel for civilians could be delayed by federal regulations.

5. Santa Fe New Mexican - "Archdiocese plans to take over Newman center at UNM"
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe to assume leadership of the Aquinas Newman Center at UNM.

6. Indian Country - "Coyote Thoughts: How To Be Resilient in 2014"
Beau Washington’s therapeutic approach to “cognitive distortion” is innovative, according to Dr. John Gray at UNM. Washington’s therapy is being piloted in the Primary Care Clinic setting at the UNMH.

7. Media Monitoring from Tuesday, Jan. 21

KOB-4                   5:00 PM

UNM IS IN A TIME CRUNCH TO FIGURE OUT FUNDING FOR LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIPS. IT'S CONCERNED THERE'S NOT ENOUGH MONEY TO COVER THE SPRING SEMESTER FOR STUDENTS...BUT WON'T KNOW IF MORE FUNDING IS APPROVED UNTIL THE LEGISLATURE TACKLES IT. IN A LETTER TO STUDENTS, THE SCHOOL STATES THAT THE NEW MEXICO HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT BELIEVES THAT CURRENT FUNDING MAY NOT BE ENOUGH TO COVER THE SPRING SEMESTER... IT STARTED TODAY AND SO DID THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION. UNM DOES SAY LEGISLATION WILL BE INTRODUCED THAT WOULD FULLY FUND ELIGIBLE SPRING TUITION AWARDS. UNTIL SOMETHING IS DECIDED ...UNM SAYS IT WILL FOOT THE BILL AND FUND ALL ELIGIBLE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS.

KOB-4            6:00 PM

AS THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION KICKS OFF, EDUCATION OFFICIALS ARE WARNING UNM STUDENTS THAT THE LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIP MAY NOT COVER ALL OF THEIR SPRING TUITION IF LAWMAKERS DON'T DO SOMETHING TO SAVE IT. AS WE'VE REPORTED -- STATE LAWMAKERS HAVE FAILED TO COME UP WITH A PLAN TO KEEP THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND SOLVENT. IN A LETTER TO STUDENTS, UNM OFFICIALS SAY THEY PLAN TO PAY THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE SCHOLARSHIP TO QUALIFYING STUDENTS. BUT IF THE FUNDS RUN SHORT, THOSE STUDENTS MAY END UP HAVING TO PAY UNM BACK.

KOB-4            10:00 PM

THE ARCHDIOCES OF SANTA FE IS ASSUMING LEADERSHIP OF UNM'S AQUINAS NEWMAN CENTER, WHICH SERVES THE UNIVERSITY'S CATHOLIC STUDENTS. THE CENTER HAS BEEN STAFFED BY DOMINICAN FRIARS SINCE 1950...BUT THEY'RE NOW BEING FORCED OUT. IN A STATMENT TODAY, ARCHBISHOP MICHAEL SHEEHAN SAID THE DECISION TO ASSUME LEADERSHIP WAS A TOUGH ONE. HE HOPES IT WILL IMPROVE RELATIONS WITH UNM'S CATHOLICS, AND LEAD TO MORE PRIESTS COMING FROM THE UNIVERSITY. FATHER MICHAEL DE PALMA OF SAN YSIDRO PARISH IN CORRALES, WILL BE APPOINTED THE CENTER'S NEW PASTOR.

KOAT-7          5:00 AM

A NEW STUDY IS GAINING TRACTION IN THE NATIONAL MEDIA, AND IT'S NOT PAINTING A GLOWING PICTURE OF NEW MEXICO, SPECIFICALLY OUR ECONOMY. IT CITES A HUGE INCOME DISPARITY, HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LARGE DEPENDANCE ON FEDERAL DOLLARS. KOAT ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER MIKE SPRINGER TAKES A LOOK AT WHY THE STATE IS TOPPING SO MANY "RST OF" LISTS. NEW MEXICO: THE HOME OF HATCH GREEN CHILES, THE NUCLEAR BOMB AND ...NOW A SPUTTERING ECONOMY. I THINK PEOPLE ARE STRUGGLING TO GET BY THAT'S ACCORDING TO A STUDY BY A UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ECONOMIST THAT'S BEEN PICKED UP BY ONE OF THE NATION'S LARGEST NEWSPAPERS, THE WASHINGTON POST. IT RANKS THE STATE 48TH IN JOB GROWTH, SAYS NEW MEXICANS DEPEND HEAVILY ON FOOD STAMPS AND MEDICAID, MAKING US VULNERABLE TO FEDERAL CUTS, AND HAS A DISAPPEARING MIDDLE CLASS. IT'S LIKE FOR SOME YEARS, I'VE THOUGHT ALBUQUERQUE IS LIKE TWO DIFFERENT TOWNS OVER AT JOY JUNCTION, WHICH CALLS ITSELF THE STATE'S LARGEST HOMELESS SHELTER, DOCTOR JEREMY REYNALDS SAYS THE GAP BETWEEN THE HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS IN NEW MEXICO IS GROWING. ACCORDING TO THE STUDY, NEW MEXICO TOPS THE LIST WHEN IT COMES TO THE BIGGEST INCOME INEQUALITY BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER CLASSES. BEATING OUT STATES LIKE MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND GEORGIA. AN INCOME GAP THAT HITS HOME AT PLACES LIKE JOY JUNCTION, WHICH SAYS THE NEED FOR ITS SERVICES HAS GROWN OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS. WE SAW THE NUMBER OF MEALS WE SERVED INCREASE BY FIFTY THOUSAND MEALS. THAT'S A HUGE AMOUNT IT'S NOT ALL BAD NEWS FOR NEW MEXICO. THE STUDY GOES ON TO SAY THE STATE IS DOING WELL IN AREAS OF TRANSPORTATION, OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGY BUT IT ALSO SAYS NEW MEXICO MUST FIND WAYS TO GROW AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES IF IT WANTS TO TURN THINGS AROUND. ONE PROBLEM...IT DOESN'T GIVE ANY DETAILED SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN. THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE SAYS, ITS INTERNAL REPORTS SHOWS 8 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND OVER A YEAR OF JOB GROWTH. THE CITY SAYS IT'S WORKING TO DIVERSIFY THE ECONOMY AND ADD MORE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MANUFACTORING JOBS. YOU CAN READ THE FULL REPORT AND THE CITY'S RESPONSE ON OUR WEBSITE KOAT DOT COM.

KOAT-7          5:00 AM, 5:36 AM, 6:35 AM

COLLEGE STUDENTS, INCLUDING SOME AT UNM, ARE BECOMING "SUGAR BABIES". ACCORDING TO OUR PARTNERS AT THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL, THE DATING WEBSITE "SEEKING ARRANGEMENT DOT COM" SAYS UNM IS 16TH, ON ITS LIST OF FASTEST GROWING "SUGAR BABY" SCHOOLS. THE SITE SAYS FEMALE STUDENTS CAN LAND A "SUGAR DADDY" WHO PROVIDES GIFTS AND ALLOWANCES. ONE STUDENT EVEN SAID HER "SUGAR DADDY" GIVES HER 1 TO 3 THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH. THE WEBSITE'S RANKINGS ARE BASED ON THE NUMBER OF USERS WHO REGISTER WITH A "UNM DOT EDU" EMAIL ADDRESS, BUT ADMITS MANY OF THOSE E-MAIL ADDRESSES DON'T BELONG TO ACTUAL UNM STUDENTS.

05:35:14

A NEW REPORT IS PAINTING A BLEAK ECONOMIC PICTURE FOR NEW MEXICO...AND IT'S GETTING NATIONAL ATTENTION. THE REPORT BY AN ECONOMIST AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO HAS BEEN PICKED UP BY THE WASHINGTON POST. IT SHOWS OUR STATE RANKS 48TH IN JOB GROWTH, AND HAS THE LARGEST INCOME DISPARITY BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER CLASSES OF ANY STATE. THE REPORT ALSO SAYS NEW MEXICO HAS A HEAVY DEPENDENCE ON FEDERAL DOLLARS AND ASSISTANCE. IT'S LIKE FOR SOME YEARS, I'VE THOUGHT ALBUQUERQUE IS LIKE TWO DIFFERENT TOWNS I THINK PEOPLE ARE STRUGGLING TO GET BY THE NEWS IN THIS REPORT IS NOT ALL BAD FOR NEW MEXICO. THE REPORT SHOWS THE STATE IS EXCELLING WHEN IT COMES TO TOURISM, TECHNOLOGY AND GAS AND OIL PRODUCTION.

KOAT-7          6:00 PM

SOME UNATTRACTIVE NEWS ABOUT NEW MEXICO IS GETTING NATIONAL ATTENTION. KOAT ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER MIKE SPRINGER SHOWS US THE DIFFICULTIES, NOW IN THE SPOTLIGHT. NEW MEXICO: THE HOME OF HATCH GREEN CHILES, THE NUCLEAR BOMB AND ...NOW A SPUTTERING ECONOMY. I THINK PEOPLE ARE STRUGGLING TO GET BY THAT'S ACCORDING TO A STUDY BY A UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ECONOMIST THAT'S BEEN PICKED UP BY ONE OF THE NATION'S LARGEST NEWSPAPERS, THE WASHINGTON POST. IT RANKS THE STATE 48TH IN JOB GROWTH, SAYS NEW MEXICANS DEPEND HEAVILY ON FOOD STAMPS AND MEDICAID, MAKING US VULNERABLE TO FEDERAL CUTS, AND HAS A DISAPPEARING MIDDLE CLASS. IT'S LIKE FOR SOME YEARS, I'VE THOUGHT ALBUQUERQUE IS LIKE TWO DIFFERENT TOWNS OVER AT JOY JUNCTION, WHICH CALLS ITSELF THE STATE'S LARGEST HOMELESS SHELTER, DOCTOR JEREMY REYNALDS SAYS THE GAP BETWEEN THE HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS IN NEW MEXICO IS GROWING. ACCORDING TO THE STUDY, NEW MEXICO TOPS THE LIST WHEN IT COMES TO THE BIGGEST INCOME INEQUALITY BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER CLASSES. BEATING OUT STATES LIKE MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND GEORGIA. AN INCOME GAP THAT HITS HOME AT PLACES LIKE JOY JUNCTION, WHICH SAYS THE NEED FOR ITS SERVICES HAS GROWN OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS. WE SAW THE NUMBER OF MEALS WE SERVED INCREASE BY FIFTY THOUSAND MEALS. THAT'S A HUGE AMOUNT IT'S NOT ALL BAD NEWS FOR NEW MEXICO. THE STUDY GOES ON TO SAY THE STATE IS DOING WELL IN AREAS OF TRANSPORTATION, OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGY BUT IT ALSO SAYS NEW MEXICO MUST FIND WAYS TO GROW AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES IF IT WANTS TO TURN THINGS AROUND. ONE PROBLEM...IT DOESN'T GIVE ANY DETAILED SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN. YOU CAN READ THE FULL REPORT AND THE CITY'S RESPONSE, ON OUR WEBSITE KOAT DOT COM.

KOAT-7          10:00 PM

PARISHIONERS ARE MAKING THEIR VOICES HEARD, ABOUT CHANGES AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AT UNM. ARCHBISHOP MICHAEL SHEEHAN IS TELLING DOMINICAN PRIESTS, WHO LEAD THE NEWMAN CENTER, THAT THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY OUT. OUR PARTNERS AT THE JOURNAL REPORT, CHURCH MEMBERS GATHERED 700-SIGNATURES ON A PETITION OPPOSING THE PLAN. SHEEHAN IS TELLING THE DOMINICAN PRIESTS FROM CHICAGO, THAT THEY MUST LEAVE BY JULY 1ST. THE ARCHBISHOP SAYS HE WANTS UNM TO PRODUCE MORE MEN, WHO ASPIRE TO BECOME PRIESTS.

KOAT-7          10:00 PM

NEWSCASTIC DOT COM HAS A LIST OF 20 THINGS TO DO IN NEW MEXICO BEFORE YOU DIE.... OF COURSE THERE ARE THE EXPECTED ONES - TAKE A HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE, TOUR ROUTE 66 ALONG CENTRAL AVENUE, STARGAZE, AND ATTEND A U.N.M/NEW MEXICO STATE GAME AMONG OTHERS.... WELL SHELLY, ERIC AND I WENT THROUGH THE LIST. I'VE DONE 8 ON THE LIST.....SO HAS SHELLY, BUT ERIC COMES IN THIRD, WITH 6 OF THE MUST DO'S, IN ALL FAIRNESS SHELLY AND I HAVE BEEN HERE LONGER THAN ERIC.

KRQE-13        5:00 AM, 6:21 AM

THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL'S TALKING ABOUT SUGAR BABY'S AND UNM. TAKE A LOOK...THE COVER PHOTO SAYS IT ALL. THE JOURNAL SAYS THE WEBSITE...SEEKING ARRANGEMENT DODOT COM... LISTS UNM AS 16TH... IN THE TOP 20 FASTEST GROWING SUGAR BABY SCHOOLS. WE FIRST TOLD YOU LAST WEEK ABOUT THE WEBSITE...WHERE OLDER GUYS PAY COLLEGE STUDENTS ONE TO THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH TO GO OUT WITH THEM. UNM SAYS ITS IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW IF WHAT THE WEBSITE CLAIMS IS TRUE.