-- Robert Morris University’s online master of science in information technology project management ranked number one according to College Choice for the country’s best online masters in management information systems degree programs. The deciding factors for these nationally recognized top 10 institutions are reputation, tuition rate, and career placement. This degree specifically focuses on giving students tools to become leaders in the upcoming and demanding IT industry, and the faculty focus on making the online students feel as though they are traditional students.
-- The Public Relations and Marketing Department has created the RMU Brand Toolkit for campus-wide access. The goal is to tell the RMU story with more ease through this self-serve toolkit that contains commonly requested digital items such as logos, photography, Word and PowerPoint templates, letterhead, and guidelines for branding and social media practices. You can also order business cards, envelopes, promotional products, and request a photographer for an RMU event.
-- Robert Morris University is participating for the first year in the Pittsburgh Green Workplace Challenge (GWC). This challenge focuses on tracking and measuring improvements in energy, water, waste, transportation, and other sustainability activities throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. The friendly competition between businesses, nonprofits, universities, and other organizations gives employers tools, information, and ideas for reducing various costs, earn points, and increase long-term sustainability in Pittsburgh. Anyone interested in helping with this effort should email Marcel Minutolo, associate professor of management, or call him at ext. 5451.
-- English Professor John Lawson will be giving a poetry reading on Saturday, Sept. 17, as part of the Versify series at the East End Book Exchange. That event gets underway at 7 p.m.
-- RMU'S Media Arts Gallery presents WHAM! BANG! KA-POW!, a sequential art exhibition featuring the comics art of nationally renowned and Pittsburgh-based creators George Broderick, Christopher Moeller, Pat Olliffe, Jim Rugg and Tom Scioli. Curated by Professors Andrew Ames, Tim Hadfield and Christine Holtz.
Exhibition Dates: Now through Sept. 21, 2016
Closing reception and comics signing: Tuesday, Sept 20, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The Media Arts Gallery is in the Wheatley Center and is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., or by appointment.
Friday, Sept. 2
Women's Volleyball vs. Buffalo (5 p.m./Sewall Center/free admission)
Saturday, Sept. 3
Women's Volleyball vs. Coppin State (11 a.m./Sewall Center/free admission)
Women's Volleyball vs. Bucknell (7 p.m./Sewall Center/free admission)
Sunday, Sept. 4
Men's Soccer vs. Hartwick (1 p.m./North Athletic Complex/free admission)
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