1. ABQ Journal - "120 credit hours now enough at UNM"
UNM lowers the minimum number of credit hours required to obtain a bachelor’s degree from 128 to 120, bringing the university in line with other institutions nationwide.

2. Cherokee Phoenix - "Interior secretary selects Cobell scholarship trustees"
Pamela Agoyo, director of UNM's American Indian Student Services and special assistant to the president for American Indian Affairs, selected by Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to serve on the Cobell Education Scholarship Fund board of trustees.

3. ABQ Journal - "UNM regents give cautious OK to AIMS campus in RR"
UNM Regents Academic/Student Affairs & Research Committee approve an “agreement in principle” to allow the Albuquerque Institute for Mathematics and Science to open an expansion campus at UNM West, Rio Rancho, with certain provisos.

4. News Wise - "UNM Cancer Center Scientist Uses Physics (Again) to Fight Cancer"
Vittorio Cristini, professor in the Department of Pathology at the UNM School of Medicine and Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Professor in Molecular Modeling of Cancers use physics in cancer research.

5. Life Script - "Does Diabetes Cause Incontinence?"
Article compiled from 101 Tips for Staying Healthy with Diabetes by the UNM Diabetes Care Team.

6. Salon - "500 drugs updated with directions for child use since 2002"
Scott Carroll, child psychiatry professor at UNM, shares concerns regarding the risk of improper dosing and usage of drugs prescribed for children.

7.  No media monitoring from Monday, March 10