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RMU in the News

Sunday, February 1, 2015
A monthly selection of media coverage of Robert Morris University during the previous month.


The RMU Polling Institute earned the university coverage in the New York Times and USA Today, as well as KDKA Radio and WESA-FM among others. Some samples:

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an essay written by Holly Hampe, director of the Health Services Administration Program, about her first trip to Nicaragua with RMU nursing students:

Several media outlets previewed the RMU premiere of We Built This City: How the Allegheny Conference Remade Pittsburgh:

Pop City featured a story about RMU's prowess in 3-D printing:

The Beaver County Times published a story about the RMU School of Education and Social Sciences joining the NEA Academy:

RMU made its way into a story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review about U.S. News and World Report's rankings of online graduate programs. (We are No. 24 in computing programs):

Gerontologist and health administration expert Joe Angelelli lent his expertise to a couple of stories, including about the Highmark/UPMC agreements and an investigation into excessive overtime at county nursing homes:

Economist Brian O'Roark weighed in on falling gas prices on WESA-FM:

RMU's downloadable walking tours of downtown Pittsburgh, translated into several languages, were included in this travel story featured on the Good Morning America web site: