-- RMU has partnered with The Community College of Beaver County, Geneva College, and Penn State Beaver to launch the Bridges and Pathways College Partnership
, a consortium dedicated to improving the lives of Beaver Valley residents through access to education, cultural events and economic opportunities. This historic partnership is a response to the Beaver Valley’s rapidly changing economic identity and the institutions’ collective vision to serve the educational, workforce development and quality of life needs of residents and businesses in the area.
BREAKING NEWS -- Remember, Faculty Convocation is canceled today and rescheduled for January 26.
-- SAVE THE DATE for the Women's & Transformational Leadership Symposium on January 11 at 5 p.m. in Yorktown Hall. We will hear from Christy Uffelman, Partner at Align Leadership, who will be presenting "Getting Unstuck: Navigating Through Your Current Challenges."
On Friday, January 12, on day 2 of the Women and Transformational Leadership Symposium, The WLMP will host two panel discussions with subject matter experts who will discuss and explore what it means to be a women leadership. The first at 10 a.m. "Women Entrepreneurs: Navigating and shaping the marketplace", and the second at 1 p.m., "Women, Medicine, and Leadership." These panels discussions will be held at Rogal Chapel and are open to the public:
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: NAVIGATING AND SHAPING THE MARKETPLACE
Join us for a panel on women entrepreneurs facilitated by Eliada Griffin, Director, Massey Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Come explore the creativity and accomplishments of these established women entrepreneurs as apart of the third annual Women and Transformational Leadership Symposium.
WOMEN, MEDICINE AND LEADERSHIP
A panel facilitated by Amanda Neatrour, WLMP Program Manager, exploring contributions of women leaders in research, administration, education, and clinical practice. Join us for a panel on what it means to be a woman in medicine. The WLMP will host skilled professionals from across the medical field for this panel discussion part of the third annual Women and Transformational Leadership Symposium.
-- Join us at the All Graduate & Doctoral Programs Open House, January 17, at the RMU Island Sports Center, Hat Trick Club. Anyone considering a graduate or doctoral degree can drop by between 4:30 t0 6 p.m. to meet with Program Directors & Graduate Admissions.
-- Amanda Neatrour, program manager for the Women's Leadership and Mentorship Program has been chosen to represet RMU as a member of Pittsburgh's Gender Equity Commission.
-- Jillian Harrington, assistant professor of health services administration, was named a Fellow of the American Academy of Professional Coders. AAPC Fellows are highly experienced in their position within the business of healthcare, and fellowship indicates professional achievement and continuous adherence to the ethical and professional standards of the industry.
Thursday Jan. 4
Men's Basketball vs. St. Francis Brooklyn (7 pm/AJ Palumbo Center/tix 412-397-4949 or rmutickets.com)
Friday, Jan. 5
No. 9 Women's Hockey vs. Syracuse (7:05 pm/Colonials Arena-Island Sports Center/tix 412-397-4949 or rmutickets.com)
Saturday, Jan. 6
Women's Basketball vs. LIU Brooklyn (1 pm/PPG Paints Arena/tix 800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com)
No. 9 Women's Hockey vs. Syracuse (3:05 pm/Colonials Arena-Island Sports Center/tix 412-397-4949 or rmutickets.com)
Men's Basketball vs. LIU Brooklyn (4 pm/PPG Paints Arena/tix 800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com)
Monday, Jan. 8
Women's Basketball vs. St. Francis Brooklyn (7pm/NAC Student Rec Center/free admission)
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