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RMU in the News

Thursday, July 6, 2017

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

June 2017

The Chonicle of Higher Education invited President Howard to share his thoughts, among a handful of other presidents, on executing change in higher education:

Several media outlets noted President Howard's appointment to the committee planning the 150th anniversary of college football:

RMU was front and center in an Ozy story about Pittsburgh being a hub of 3-D printing innovation:

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review tapped health care economist Steve Foreman for a story about the impact of an aging population on the health care system and Medicare:

WalletHub talked to Athletics Director Craig Coleman about enjoying ice hockey without breaking the bank:

Val Howard, dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, weighed in on a controversy at Duquesne University involving an exam required for nursing students to graduate:

University Professor of Mathematics Monica VanDieren talked cycling on this Fitness Lab Pittsburgh podcast:


Men's Basketball

Woodall Had Coaching On The Brain Since The Eighth Grade:

Despite Dambrot Ties, Josh and Jon Williams Reunite at Robert Morris:

After Heavy Offseason Attrition, Robert Morris Is Adjusting To New Faces:

Former Xavier Guard Dante' Jackson Brings A Winning Pedigree To Robert Morris:

Women's Basketball

Robert Morris Hopes Japanese Basktball Recruit Is First of Many:

Men's Ice Hockey

Podcast: Brady Ferguson On Penguins Development Camp:

Track & Field

Shaler Grad Boody Up To The Challenge At Robert Morris: