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RMU in the News

Friday, May 1, 2015

A monthly selection of media coverage of Robert Morris University during the previous month.

APRIL 2015

The Chronicle of Higher Education wrote about the RMU College Affordability Academy:

The Beaver County Times published a story about the RMU Polling Institute's findings on Americans' worries about retirement:

Several local media outlets reported that David Jamison has been named interim president of RMU:

The Pittsburgh Business Times wrote about the launch of RMU's online criminal justice degree:

RMU faculty weighed in on a range of health care issues, including the impact of the Affordable Care Act on local hospitals as well as the never-ending Highmark/UPMC dispute:

Gender equity in nonprofit organizations was the focus of "The Great Debate," an event hosted by the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management:

Brian O'Roark has practically become the resident economist at WESA-FM, and he recently weighed in on fastfood workers' fight for a $15 hourly wage:


Men's Basketball

Robert Morris Signs Toole to 2-Year Extensions (4/15/15):

Robert Morris Announces Toole Extension (4/15/15):

Robert Morris, Toole Agree to Extensions (4/16/15):

McConnell Prepared to Make an Impact at RMU (4/19/15):


Sleith Rewriting Robert Morris Records (4/19/15):