| Pittsburgh -- The student chapter of the American Marketing Association at Robert Morris University won the designation of Outstanding Small School chapter at the association's annual collegiate conference in New Orleans, the second consecutive year that RMU has earned this honor.
The chapter also earned the distinction of a Silver status school, based on its performance compared against the other collegiate chapters nationwide. The only other schools achieving this status were British Columbia Institute of Technology, Eastern Connecticut State University, Lansing Community College, Salve Regina University, State University of New York- New Paltz, University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, and the University of Nevada- Las Vegas. Also winning Outstanding Small School chapter designation were Eastern Connecticut State University, Salve Regina University and Northwood University.
From left to right: Eddie KaiKai, Josh Jardine, Candice Dougherty, Kelly Zekany, Shannon Glantz, Sara Meier, Meghan Flick
Eleven RMU students attended the conference in New Orleans:
Shannon Glantz, president
Kelly Zekany, vice president
Candice Dougherty, vice president, communications
Cassie Schnieder, vice president, community service
Josh Jardine, vice president, fundraising
Eddie Kai Kai, vice president, fundraising
Meghan Flick, vice president, professional development
Sara Meier, vice president, professional development